Friday, November 14, 2014

We Challenge You!

We're up in your face, Mook. You call yourself creative? Well, it's time to put up or shut up, know what we're saying?

Come up with something that can happen at Gallery 360. Art for the wall. A performance. An installation. A workshop, class or demonstration. An event.

We intend for the gallery to be a community center, a maker's space for art and ideas. Bring yours to us. We're ready. Are you?

Call: (501) 663-2222 
Text: (501) 993-0012

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Poets Scrounged

We'd like to thank everyone who came out to hear our gang of Scrounging Poets Friday night. The general consensus was that we need to do it again, and soon. And so we shall. 

Poetry slams have their place, but I prefer a reading to a slam. A gathering of writers should be more like a gymnastics event than a hockey game. It can be hard to listen when you're competing. Friday night was a sharefest. The worders were in top form. Thanks go out to all of them and to our intrepid emcee and host, Kelley Naylor Wise.

I understand the volume of the online stream was pretty low. Sorry about that. We're on the lookout for an inexpensive sound system for these and similar events. We have a mic and stand; if anyone knows where we can pick up a cheap amp and speakers, let us know. Email us at

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Enter Poets!

Gallery 360 is now accepting poetry submissions for a night of spoken word called Poets Scrounging.

How to play:
1. Register your Name, Email and Contact Phone Number at
2. Submit an example of your work in your email.
3. Watch your inbox for the line-up and details.
We will be streaming live!
4. Tell all your friends.
5. COME READ YOUR MASTERPIECES and join the FREE party next Friday, OCTOBER 24 at 7pm.

The deadline for submissions is Oct. 22.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Say You'll Never

'Say You'll Never' 
mixed media by Ming Donk


Many thanks to all who attended the opening of "Artists Scrounging" last Saturday. It was so much fun filling the space, first with art and then with people. We love our artists and our art lovers.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Button Rings

You can be sure our resident jewelry artist, Kelley Naylor Wise, will always find a way to match her abilities to whatever themed show we come up with. So, this time, she has up-cycled antique buttons into Sterling silver rings. I understand she's also converted nuts and bolts into jewelry as well, but she's keeping those under wraps until the opening. Come out Saturday to discover what she's been up to.