Due to a variety of circumstances, Gallery 360 will not be presenting a Dia de los Muertos exhibit this year. We apologize to the very few but dedicated artists who made pieces to show and we encourage them to be a part of Emergent Arts' Day of the Dead exhibit in Hot Springs provided they can act fast.
Saturday, October 5, 2013
Q: Are all of Amy Edgington's collages large and reasonably priced?
A: Noooo, they are not. Some are small and unreasonably cheap. We have a few dozen original Edgies in the form of personal note cards. Each are titled and signed by the artist with matching envelopes inside plasticine sleeves. They are each unique, one-of-a-kind creations that come complete with Amy's slightly skewed humorous take on the world, and they are all a mere $6.00. Do come peruse.
Thursday, October 3, 2013
The ides of October come bearing pixies.
Heather Dale and S.J. Tucker are two beautiful, badass myth-makers who sing Celtic folk-rock songs about mischief and magic. Hailing from Toronto and the Delta, their four-piece band (featuring Ben Deschamps on guitar and John Stadtlander on drums) tours all over North America & Europe — and you won’t want to miss their joyful, boot-stompin’ romp into the strange worlds of King Arthur, Fairyland, medieval France, Merry Olde England, Oz, Neverland, and our own hopeful hearts. Join in the magic Tuesday, October 15th at Gallery 360 as this fun and funky tour stops in Little Rock for one evening only. While you’re there, check out the gallery's current show, Edgy & Goofy, featuring work by artists Amy Edgington and Byron Werner.
Overflow parking is available next door at Vestcom. Admission is $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Go here to order tickets. Doors open at 7pm, and music starts at 7:30pm. Ages ten and up, please.