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Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events, Gallery Art Museum
    - BONFIRE is a collection of works which expresses Barbara’s growing concern for the Earth, a concern which started burning in 1971 when she started her first body of work, SEARCH FOR IDENTITY—THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, making ritualistic fiber sculptures for dances that celebrated nature. The last sculptures Barbara made in 1985 were Hair Hats, so named because they were made with horse and goat hair, a way to punish those who did not honor and take care of nature. The new hats made since 2015 document specific environmental disasters. Barbara will continue to document environmental incidents of her time, never running out of subject matter. Opening reception will be held Thursday, November 3, 5-7PM, free for members, $5 for nonmembers.
    Fort Smith Regional Art Museum
    1601 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa 479.784.2787 media@fsram.org
  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Special Interest, Fort Smith Regional Art Museum Legend John Bell
    - Two hundred years in the making, 2018 will mark the bicentennial of one of the oldest cities in the country, Fort Smith, AR. To help celebrate this historic event, RAM has organized an exhibition by Fort Smith legend and native, John Bell, Jr. (1937-2013).
    Bell was an acclaimed American painter and sculptor whose career spanned nearly fifty years. His memories and influences of western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma are the topics reflected in most of his works. Bell had a keen appreciation for the beauty of our state and the character of its people.
    This dynamic exhibit will showcase works by John Bell, Jr. that reside in private collections across our region, brought together to honor this truly unique artist and his works, that literally painted our local history.

    1601 Rogers Ave Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa/Casey 479.784.2787 info@fsram.org
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters first quarter phase at 5:20 PM, EST
     
           

Thursday, January 25th, 2018

  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events, Gallery Art Museum
    - BONFIRE is a collection of works which expresses Barbara’s growing concern for the Earth, a concern which started burning in 1971 when she started her first body of work, SEARCH FOR IDENTITY—THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, making ritualistic fiber sculptures for dances that celebrated nature. The last sculptures Barbara made in 1985 were Hair Hats, so named because they were made with horse and goat hair, a way to punish those who did not honor and take care of nature. The new hats made since 2015 document specific environmental disasters. Barbara will continue to document environmental incidents of her time, never running out of subject matter. Opening reception will be held Thursday, November 3, 5-7PM, free for members, $5 for nonmembers.
    Fort Smith Regional Art Museum
    1601 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa 479.784.2787 media@fsram.org
  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Special Interest, Fort Smith Regional Art Museum Legend John Bell
    - Two hundred years in the making, 2018 will mark the bicentennial of one of the oldest cities in the country, Fort Smith, AR. To help celebrate this historic event, RAM has organized an exhibition by Fort Smith legend and native, John Bell, Jr. (1937-2013).
    Bell was an acclaimed American painter and sculptor whose career spanned nearly fifty years. His memories and influences of western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma are the topics reflected in most of his works. Bell had a keen appreciation for the beauty of our state and the character of its people.
    This dynamic exhibit will showcase works by John Bell, Jr. that reside in private collections across our region, brought together to honor this truly unique artist and his works, that literally painted our local history.

    1601 Rogers Ave Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa/Casey 479.784.2787 info@fsram.org
  • - January 24, 1924. The first Winter Olympic Games opened at Chamonix, France, with athletes representing 16 nations. The ski jump, previously unknown, thrilled spectators. The Olympics offered a boost to skiing, which became enormously popular in the next decade.
     
           

Friday, January 26th, 2018

  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events, Gallery Art Museum
    - BONFIRE is a collection of works which expresses Barbara’s growing concern for the Earth, a concern which started burning in 1971 when she started her first body of work, SEARCH FOR IDENTITY—THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, making ritualistic fiber sculptures for dances that celebrated nature. The last sculptures Barbara made in 1985 were Hair Hats, so named because they were made with horse and goat hair, a way to punish those who did not honor and take care of nature. The new hats made since 2015 document specific environmental disasters. Barbara will continue to document environmental incidents of her time, never running out of subject matter. Opening reception will be held Thursday, November 3, 5-7PM, free for members, $5 for nonmembers.
    Fort Smith Regional Art Museum
    1601 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa 479.784.2787 media@fsram.org
  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Special Interest, Fort Smith Regional Art Museum Legend John Bell
    - Two hundred years in the making, 2018 will mark the bicentennial of one of the oldest cities in the country, Fort Smith, AR. To help celebrate this historic event, RAM has organized an exhibition by Fort Smith legend and native, John Bell, Jr. (1937-2013).
    Bell was an acclaimed American painter and sculptor whose career spanned nearly fifty years. His memories and influences of western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma are the topics reflected in most of his works. Bell had a keen appreciation for the beauty of our state and the character of its people.
    This dynamic exhibit will showcase works by John Bell, Jr. that reside in private collections across our region, brought together to honor this truly unique artist and his works, that literally painted our local history.

    1601 Rogers Ave Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa/Casey 479.784.2787 info@fsram.org
  • - Under President Woodrow Wilson, the area covering more than 1,000 square miles in Colorado became a national park.
     
           

Saturday, January 27th, 2018

  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events, Gallery Art Museum
    - BONFIRE is a collection of works which expresses Barbara’s growing concern for the Earth, a concern which started burning in 1971 when she started her first body of work, SEARCH FOR IDENTITY—THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, making ritualistic fiber sculptures for dances that celebrated nature. The last sculptures Barbara made in 1985 were Hair Hats, so named because they were made with horse and goat hair, a way to punish those who did not honor and take care of nature. The new hats made since 2015 document specific environmental disasters. Barbara will continue to document environmental incidents of her time, never running out of subject matter. Opening reception will be held Thursday, November 3, 5-7PM, free for members, $5 for nonmembers.
    Fort Smith Regional Art Museum
    1601 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa 479.784.2787 media@fsram.org
  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Special Interest, Fort Smith Regional Art Museum Legend John Bell
    - Two hundred years in the making, 2018 will mark the bicentennial of one of the oldest cities in the country, Fort Smith, AR. To help celebrate this historic event, RAM has organized an exhibition by Fort Smith legend and native, John Bell, Jr. (1937-2013).
    Bell was an acclaimed American painter and sculptor whose career spanned nearly fifty years. His memories and influences of western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma are the topics reflected in most of his works. Bell had a keen appreciation for the beauty of our state and the character of its people.
    This dynamic exhibit will showcase works by John Bell, Jr. that reside in private collections across our region, brought together to honor this truly unique artist and his works, that literally painted our local history.

    1601 Rogers Ave Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa/Casey 479.784.2787 info@fsram.org

Sunday, January 28th, 2018

  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events, Gallery Art Museum
    - BONFIRE is a collection of works which expresses Barbara’s growing concern for the Earth, a concern which started burning in 1971 when she started her first body of work, SEARCH FOR IDENTITY—THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, making ritualistic fiber sculptures for dances that celebrated nature. The last sculptures Barbara made in 1985 were Hair Hats, so named because they were made with horse and goat hair, a way to punish those who did not honor and take care of nature. The new hats made since 2015 document specific environmental disasters. Barbara will continue to document environmental incidents of her time, never running out of subject matter. Opening reception will be held Thursday, November 3, 5-7PM, free for members, $5 for nonmembers.
    Fort Smith Regional Art Museum
    1601 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa 479.784.2787 media@fsram.org
  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Special Interest, Fort Smith Regional Art Museum Legend John Bell
    - Two hundred years in the making, 2018 will mark the bicentennial of one of the oldest cities in the country, Fort Smith, AR. To help celebrate this historic event, RAM has organized an exhibition by Fort Smith legend and native, John Bell, Jr. (1937-2013).
    Bell was an acclaimed American painter and sculptor whose career spanned nearly fifty years. His memories and influences of western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma are the topics reflected in most of his works. Bell had a keen appreciation for the beauty of our state and the character of its people.
    This dynamic exhibit will showcase works by John Bell, Jr. that reside in private collections across our region, brought together to honor this truly unique artist and his works, that literally painted our local history.

    1601 Rogers Ave Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa/Casey 479.784.2787 info@fsram.org
  • | NATL - Sports and Entertainment
    - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY. 60th annual. Celebrating the best in recording arts and sciences, the Grammys cover more than 100 categories, from classical to jazz to pop and rock. Awarded by and to artists and technical professionals. National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.
     
           
  • | NATL - Sports and Entertainment
    - Camping World Stadium, Orlando, FL. The best football players from the AFC and NFC battle it out. Annually, the Sunday before the Super Bowl.
     
           

Monday, January 29th, 2018

  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Special Interest, Fort Smith Regional Art Museum Legend John Bell
    - Two hundred years in the making, 2018 will mark the bicentennial of one of the oldest cities in the country, Fort Smith, AR. To help celebrate this historic event, RAM has organized an exhibition by Fort Smith legend and native, John Bell, Jr. (1937-2013).
    Bell was an acclaimed American painter and sculptor whose career spanned nearly fifty years. His memories and influences of western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma are the topics reflected in most of his works. Bell had a keen appreciation for the beauty of our state and the character of its people.
    This dynamic exhibit will showcase works by John Bell, Jr. that reside in private collections across our region, brought together to honor this truly unique artist and his works, that literally painted our local history.

    1601 Rogers Ave Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa/Casey 479.784.2787 info@fsram.org

Tuesday, January 30th, 2018

  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events, Gallery Art Museum
    - BONFIRE is a collection of works which expresses Barbara’s growing concern for the Earth, a concern which started burning in 1971 when she started her first body of work, SEARCH FOR IDENTITY—THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, making ritualistic fiber sculptures for dances that celebrated nature. The last sculptures Barbara made in 1985 were Hair Hats, so named because they were made with horse and goat hair, a way to punish those who did not honor and take care of nature. The new hats made since 2015 document specific environmental disasters. Barbara will continue to document environmental incidents of her time, never running out of subject matter. Opening reception will be held Thursday, November 3, 5-7PM, free for members, $5 for nonmembers.
    Fort Smith Regional Art Museum
    1601 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa 479.784.2787 media@fsram.org
  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Special Interest, Fort Smith Regional Art Museum Legend John Bell
    - Two hundred years in the making, 2018 will mark the bicentennial of one of the oldest cities in the country, Fort Smith, AR. To help celebrate this historic event, RAM has organized an exhibition by Fort Smith legend and native, John Bell, Jr. (1937-2013).
    Bell was an acclaimed American painter and sculptor whose career spanned nearly fifty years. His memories and influences of western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma are the topics reflected in most of his works. Bell had a keen appreciation for the beauty of our state and the character of its people.
    This dynamic exhibit will showcase works by John Bell, Jr. that reside in private collections across our region, brought together to honor this truly unique artist and his works, that literally painted our local history.

    1601 Rogers Ave Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa/Casey 479.784.2787 info@fsram.org

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events, Gallery Art Museum
    - BONFIRE is a collection of works which expresses Barbara’s growing concern for the Earth, a concern which started burning in 1971 when she started her first body of work, SEARCH FOR IDENTITY—THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, making ritualistic fiber sculptures for dances that celebrated nature. The last sculptures Barbara made in 1985 were Hair Hats, so named because they were made with horse and goat hair, a way to punish those who did not honor and take care of nature. The new hats made since 2015 document specific environmental disasters. Barbara will continue to document environmental incidents of her time, never running out of subject matter. Opening reception will be held Thursday, November 3, 5-7PM, free for members, $5 for nonmembers.
    Fort Smith Regional Art Museum
    1601 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa 479.784.2787 media@fsram.org
  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Special Interest, Fort Smith Regional Art Museum Legend John Bell
    - Two hundred years in the making, 2018 will mark the bicentennial of one of the oldest cities in the country, Fort Smith, AR. To help celebrate this historic event, RAM has organized an exhibition by Fort Smith legend and native, John Bell, Jr. (1937-2013).
    Bell was an acclaimed American painter and sculptor whose career spanned nearly fifty years. His memories and influences of western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma are the topics reflected in most of his works. Bell had a keen appreciation for the beauty of our state and the character of its people.
    This dynamic exhibit will showcase works by John Bell, Jr. that reside in private collections across our region, brought together to honor this truly unique artist and his works, that literally painted our local history.

    1601 Rogers Ave Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa/Casey 479.784.2787 info@fsram.org
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - In lunar folklore, the third full moon in a season containing four full moons is called a blue moon. But in recent times, a blue moon has come to describe the second full moon falling in the calendar month- as is the case in January and March 2018.
     
           

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events, Gallery Art Museum
    - BONFIRE is a collection of works which expresses Barbara’s growing concern for the Earth, a concern which started burning in 1971 when she started her first body of work, SEARCH FOR IDENTITY—THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, making ritualistic fiber sculptures for dances that celebrated nature. The last sculptures Barbara made in 1985 were Hair Hats, so named because they were made with horse and goat hair, a way to punish those who did not honor and take care of nature. The new hats made since 2015 document specific environmental disasters. Barbara will continue to document environmental incidents of her time, never running out of subject matter. Opening reception will be held Thursday, November 3, 5-7PM, free for members, $5 for nonmembers.
    Fort Smith Regional Art Museum
    1601 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa 479.784.2787 media@fsram.org
  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Special Interest, Fort Smith Regional Art Museum Legend John Bell
    - Two hundred years in the making, 2018 will mark the bicentennial of one of the oldest cities in the country, Fort Smith, AR. To help celebrate this historic event, RAM has organized an exhibition by Fort Smith legend and native, John Bell, Jr. (1937-2013).
    Bell was an acclaimed American painter and sculptor whose career spanned nearly fifty years. His memories and influences of western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma are the topics reflected in most of his works. Bell had a keen appreciation for the beauty of our state and the character of its people.
    This dynamic exhibit will showcase works by John Bell, Jr. that reside in private collections across our region, brought together to honor this truly unique artist and his works, that literally painted our local history.

    1601 Rogers Ave Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa/Casey 479.784.2787 info@fsram.org
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - Feb 1-28. During this month, the American Heart Association will focus on women with "Go Red for Women," an educational movement about women and cardiovascular disease.
     
           

Friday, February 2nd, 2018

  • | 11:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events, Gallery Art Museum
    - BONFIRE is a collection of works which expresses Barbara’s growing concern for the Earth, a concern which started burning in 1971 when she started her first body of work, SEARCH FOR IDENTITY—THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, making ritualistic fiber sculptures for dances that celebrated nature. The last sculptures Barbara made in 1985 were Hair Hats, so named because they were made with horse and goat hair, a way to punish those who did not honor and take care of nature. The new hats made since 2015 document specific environmental disasters. Barbara will continue to document environmental incidents of her time, never running out of subject matter. Opening reception will be held Thursday, November 3, 5-7PM, free for members, $5 for nonmembers.
    Fort Smith Regional Art Museum
    1601 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith AR 72901
    Melissa 479.784.2787 media@fsram.org

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