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September - ACANSA Arts Festival
September
16-20,
2015
The
ACANSA Arts Festival
is excited to welcome a wide variety
of visual and performing artists,
art organizations and the
public to central Arkansas.
ACANSA is committed to collaborating
with local organizations and to
educating and enlightening the
public about the arts.
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2015 Event Calendar
15 September – Tuesday
ACANSA Gallery
11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Location TBD
Festival Artists Talk
6:00-7:00 p.m.
The Rep’s Black Box 1
550 Main St., Little Rock
16 September – Wednesday
Angela Davis Johnson Exhibit
Argenta Gallery 2
406 Main St., North Little Rock
ACANSA Gallery
11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Location TBD
Lunch and Learn
Noon–1:00 p.m.
Thea Foundation 3
401 Main St., Suite 100, North Little Rock
Festival Opening
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Creative Corridor 4
Main Street (between Capitol and Sixth),
Little Rock
VIP reception
5:30-7:30 p.m.
The Rep’s Black Box 1
550 Main St., Little Rock
And the pARTy continues …
ACANSA Gallery
11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Albert Pike Memorial Temple 712 Scott St., Little Rock
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7:00-8:30 p.m.
Albert Pike Memorial Temple 712 Scott St., Little Rock
7:00-8:30 p.m.
North Little Rock Middle School 7
(formerly Lakewood Middle School)
2400 Lakeview Road, North Little Rock
The Hot Sardines
8:00-9:30 p.m.
Clinton Presidential Center Park Lawn 1200 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock
Blood at the Root
8:00-10:00 p.m.
Argenta Community Theater 405 Main St., North Little Rock
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ACANSA Late Night –
The Dork Knight
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ACANSA Late Night –
The Dork Knight
9:00-11:00 p.m.
The Rep’s Black Box 1
550 Main St., Little Rock
ACANSA Late Night –
South on Main – The Bo-Keys
9:00-11:00 p.m.
The Rep’s Black Box 1
550 Main St., Little Rock
10:00 p.m. (band doors open at 9:30,
dinner served in restaurant throughout
evening)
South on Main 12
1304 S. Main St., Little Rock
18 September – Friday
19 September – Saturday
Angela Davis Johnson
Exhibit Art Walk
Argenta Gallery 2
406 Main St., North Little Rock
17 September – Thursday
Lunch and Learn
11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Location TBD
Noon–1:00 p.m.
Argenta Branch,
North Little Rock Public Library 10
420 Main St., North Little Rock
Angela Davis Johnson Exhibit
Argenta Gallery 2
406 Main St., North Little Rock
Puppets, Music and Dance
11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Children’s Library 13
4800 W. 10th St., Little Rock
ACANSA Gallery
11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Location TBD
2:00-4:00 p.m.
Argenta Plaza 14
520 Main St., North Little Rock
7:00-9:00 p.m.
North Little Rock Middle School 7
(formerly Lakewood Middle School)
2400 Lakeview Road, North Little Rock
Blood at the Root
Blood at the Root
8:00-10:00 p.m.
Argenta Community Theater 405 Main St., North Little Rock
Children’s Public Art Project
Urban Bush Women
The Exchange
PUSH Physical Theatre
ACANSA Gallery
Argenta Gallery 2
406 Main St., North Little Rock
5:30-7:00 p.m.
Arkansas Arts Center 11
501 E. Ninth St., Little Rock
Lunch and Learn with Tour
7:30-9:30 p.m.
McLeod Fine Art 5
108 W. Sixth St., Little Rock
Angela Davis Johnson
Exhibit Reception
A Little Poetry:
The Art of Alonzo Ford Reception
11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Location TBD
8:00-10:00 p.m.
Argenta Community Theater 405 Main St., North Little Rock
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ACANSA Avant-Garde
Late Night – Rock Town Distillery –
Amasa Hines
9:00 p.m.–Midnight
Rock Town Distillery 15
1216 E. Sixth St., Little Rock
20 September – Sunday
Angela Davis Johnson Exhibit
Argenta Gallery 2
406 Main St., North Little Rock
Gospel Brunch
11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Wildwood Park for the Arts 16
20919 Denny Road, Little Rock
ACANSA Gallery
11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Location TBD
2nd Friday Art Night
at Butler Center galleries
Friday, September 11 • 5:00-8:00 p.m.
401 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock
Gene Hatfield: Outside the Lines
Festival Artists Talk
Lunch and Learn Days
Tuesday, September 15
(Special Event)
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday – Friday, September 16-18
(Special Event)
Sponsored by: Roller Funeral Homes
The Rep’s Black Box
550 Main St., Little Rock
Tickets – Free admission, reservations
requested
Lunch and Learn Days are back! Join us
at various locations during the noon hour,
bring your lunch and learn about various
art forms.
Join Arkansas Repertory Theatre Producing
Artistic Director Bob Hupp and Arkansas
Symphony Orchestra Conductor Philip Mann
as they offer exclusive insight into the various
festival performances.
Wednesday, September 16
Noon – 1:00 p.m.
ACANSA Gallery
Angela Davis Johnson
Exhibit
Displayed September 16 – October 12,
Reception September 17, Art Walk
September 18 (Visual Arts)
September 11–20
(Special Event)
11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Location TBD
Free admission
ACANSA presents its first “pop up” gallery!
While the location is still to be determined,
the gallery will display works from local
galleries as well as independent artists. An
opening and closing reception will be held.
See more details as they become available at
ACANSAartsFestival.org.
Argenta Gallery
406 Main St., North Little Rock
Tickets – Free admission, reservations
requested for Sept. 17 reception
Sponsored by: John Gaudin
Talk and Painting Demonstration
by Bob Snider
Thea Foundation
401 Main St., Suite 100
North Little Rock
Tickets – Free admission, reservations
requested
Angela Davis Johnson is best known for
her vibrant narrative paintings that examine
universal connections, identity and historical
occurrences through personal symbols.
Ms. Johnson creates textured figures using oil
paint, scrap paper and fabric within unique
compositions.
Thursday, September 17
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Festival Opening
Wednesday, September 16 (Special Event)
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Creative Corridor
Main Street (between Capitol and Sixth), Little Rock
Tickets – Free admission, reservations requested
Sponsored by: Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau,
Arkansas Health & Wellness Solutions
The 2015 ACANSA Arts Festival officially opens with
a performance by the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra
in the Creative Corridor of Little Rock’s Main Street
between Capitol and Sixth streets. Arkansas First Lady
Susan Hutchinson will host and welcome guests to this fun, family-friendly atmosphere.
Additional entertainment will be provided by ReCreation Studios. This event is free to the
public; reservations are requested. Food and drink will be available for a minimal charge.
VIP reception ($35) held in The Rep’s Black Box during the street festival.
Specialty food, drink and entertainment will be provided.
And the pARTy continues …
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
McLeod Fine Art
108 W. Sixth St., Little Rock
Tickets – $25 general admission
Come around the corner to the festival “after party” at McLeod Fine Art
featuring entertainment by the Hi-Balls.
Tour and Historic Background of the Albert
Pike Memorial Temple
Albert Pike Memorial Temple
712 Scott St., Little Rock
Tickets – Free admission, reservations
requested
Friday, September 18
Noon – 1:00 p.m.
Discussion by David E. Gifford about
Arkansas Art Pottery
Argenta Branch,
North Little Rock Public Library
420 Main St., North Little Rock
Tickets – Free admission, reservations
requested
The Hot Sardines
Thursday, September 17 (Music)
8:00 - 9:30 p.m.
PUSH Physical Theatre
Thursday, September 17 (Physical Theatre)
7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
North Little Rock Middle School
(formerly Lakewood Middle School)
2400 Lakeview Road, North Little Rock
Tickets – $20 general admission, $50 includes PUSH After Studio,
$10 students/military
Sponsored by: Stuart Cobb, Riggs Benevolent Fund
Award-winning PUSH Physical Theatre is an innovative and exciting
acrobatic dance and theater troupe from Rochester, New York. This
talented group of performers inspires awe with physical illusions and
gravity-defying, dance-infused, acrobatic hijinks. The cherry on top of
this acrobatic sundae is PUSH’s ability to engage the audience through
vibrant visual storytelling.
PUSH After Studio – “Meet the Artists”
after the performance
Clinton Presidential Center
Park Lawn
1200 President Clinton Ave.,
Little Rock
Tickets – $20 reserved seating,
$50 includes Jazz Cafe,
$10 lawn only
Sponsored by: City of Little Rock,
Little Rock Regional
Chamber of Commerce,
Mary & Dean Kumpuris
Take a blustery brass lineup, layer
it over a rhythm section led by a
stride-piano virtuoso in the Fats
Waller vein, and tie the whole thing
together with a one-of-the-boys
front woman with a voice from
another era, and you have the Hot
Sardines. (We haven’t even told
you about the tap dancer yet.)
Jazz Cafe – “Meet the Artists”
after the performance Blood at the Root
Thursday – Saturday, September 17-19 (Theatre)
8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Argenta Community Theater
405 Main St., North Little Rock
Tickets – $30 general admission, $50 includes Branching Out
on the 19th, $15 students/military
Sponsored by: Arkansas Black Hall of Fame,
Linda & Dr. Gordon Newbern
Based on a true story of the Jena Six, Blood at the Root, written by
Dominique Morriseau, is a play that touches on many social issues.
Directed by Steve Broadnax, who is originally from Arkansas and now
heads the Pennsylvania State theatre program, this play has received
international acclaim on its tours through South Africa, Scotland and
Australia. It is an exciting work that breaks traditional convention. It
speaks to where America is now racially, economically and socially. It
is also a fun show with musicality and an emphasis on movement. The
inclusion of many different perspectives makes for an exciting, thoughtprovoking performance. Blood at the Root has been described by
theatre critics as “entertainment and intrigue, wrapped triumphantly in
hope.” Please note: This performance contains strong language.
Branching Out – “Meet the Artists” reception
Saturday, September 19, after the performance
ACANSA Late Night – The Dork Knight
Thursday and Friday,
September 17 and 18 (Comedy)
9:00 - 11:00 p.m.
The Rep’s Black Box
550 Main St., Little Rock
Tickets – $20 general admission
Sponsored by: Nabholz Construction
The Dork Knight traces the ups and downs of actor Jason O’Connell’s personal and professional
life as seen through the prism of his love/hate relationship with the Batman movies, demonstrating
how one’s “inner geek” can guide and inspire in good times and bad! An adept storyteller,
O’Connell masters different personas with a rhythmic flow that builds to a captivating climax.
“The title refers to the fact that I am learning to embrace the nerd within and accept the fact that I
am a completely hopeless Batman geek!” – Jason O’Connell
A Little Poetry: The Art
of Alonzo Ford Reception
Friday, September 18 (Visual Arts)
5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Arkansas Arts Center
501 E. Ninth St., Little Rock
Tickets – $20 general admission
Sponsored by: Irene & George Davis, Kay &
Bill Patton
Join us for the Alonzo Ford exhibit and
reception. Alonzo Ford grew up on a farm
in the Southland community near Lexa,
Arkansas. His figurative drawings focus on
his memories of a life lived on his family farm.
Ford enjoys creating with color and drawing
landscapes that depict farm life and old
buildings and active portraits. Stark figures
engage in the daily activities Ford recalls from
childhood, leaving one with a sense of the
activity, simplicity and intimacy of midcentury
rural life in Arkansas. The Exchange
Friday, September 18 (Music)
7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Albert Pike Memorial Temple
712 Scott St., Little Rock
Tickets – $20 general admission, $50
includes A Cappella Lounge,
$10 students/military
Sponsored by: DOWNSTREAM Casino Resort,
Charlotte & Jim Gadberry
In just the past year, The Exchange debuted
their original EP, toured with the Backstreet
Boys, and had a featured spot on NBC’s
The Sing-Off. The band’s explosive energy
is ignited by their diversity in music styles
ranging from rock to hip-hop to opera. This
amazing a cappella group blends different
styles and instrumentations, but their sound
will always be defined by the raw, soulful
power of the human voice.
A Cappella Lounge – “Meet the Artists”
after the performance
Puppets, Music
and Dance
Saturday, September 19
(Music/Visual Arts)
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Hillary Rodham Clinton Children’s Library
4800 W. 10th St., Little Rock
Tickets – Free admission, reservations
requested
Sponsored by: Stella Boyle Smith
Charitable Trust
Entertainment for the kids will include a
puppet show by Jan Wolfe, dancing by Lauren
King and music. Lunch and drinks provided.
ACANSA Late Night – South on Main – The Bo-Keys
Friday, September 18 (Music)
10:00 p.m. (band doors open at 9:30, dinner served in restaurant throughout evening)
South on Main
1304 S. Main St., Little Rock
Tickets – $20 general admission
The Bo-Keys are a soul/jazz band from Memphis, formed in homage to the city’s rich musical
tradition. They keep the sound of classic Memphis R&B vital and contemporary. Featuring
legendary singer Percy Wiggins and led by Grammy-nominated producer-bassist Scott Bomar,
the group also includes historic session musicians from Stax and Hi Records studio bands.
Children’s Public
Art Project
Saturday, September 19
(Music/Visual Arts)
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Argenta Plaza
520 Main St., North Little Rock
Tickets – Free admission
Join Fayetteville artist Alice McKee at North
Little Rock’s Argenta Plaza for a Public Art
Project. Alice will lead children in developing
an art piece that will be displayed in central
Arkansas. Additional art projects will be
provided along with musical entertainment.
Urban Bush Women
Saturday, September 19 (Dance)
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
North Little Rock Middle School (formerly Lakewood Middle School)
2400 Lakeview Road, North Little Rock
Tickets – $20 general admission, $50 includes The Story Continues, $10 students/military
Sponsored by: Entergy Arkansas, Arkansas Arts Council
After over 30 years of performing, the Urban Bush Women continue to bring the untold and
under-told histories and stories of disenfranchised people to light through dance. They have
won many awards, toured internationally and taken part in cultural diplomacy for the State
Department. This group, founded by choreographer Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, has remained
focused on its founding mission: presenting dances that tell stories from the perspective of
women in the African diaspora, promoting social change and forging communities.
The Story Continues – “Meet the Artists”reception after the performance
Support for the ACANSA Arts Festival is provided in part by the Arkansas Arts Council,
an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, and the National Endowment for the Arts
ACANSA Avant-Garde Late Night –
Rock Town Distillery – Amasa Hines
Saturday, September 19 (Music)
9:00 p.m. – Midnight
1216 E. Sixth St., Little Rock
Tickets – $20 general admission
Amasa Hines is a seven-piece, Little Rock, Arkansas-based band whose
sound is as big as their influences are wide. Their influences come from
a diverse range of Soul, Afro-Beat, Psychedelic, Blues, Dub, and Indie
Rock stylings. Gospel Brunch
Sunday, September 20 (Music)
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Wildwood Park for the Arts
20919 Denny Road, Little Rock
Tickets – $35 general admission & brunch
Join us at Wildwood Park for the Arts for a Gospel Brunch with the
award-winning Saint Mark Baptist Choir.
Sunday brunches are a Southern tradition. Also on Sunday mornings in
the South, African-American churches burst into song with the joyous
sounds of gospel. Gospel brunches, a relatively new phenomenon,
allow the audience to enjoy a sumptuous meal while appreciating this
uplifting, soulful music on the day it was meant to be heard.
Founding Member Society
These supporters contributed to the inaugural ACANSA Arts Festival Annual Fund and are now lifelong members of the Founding Member Society.
Absolute Solutions, LLC
Fran & David Cockcroft
Lorraine & David Frazier
Lou & John Joyce
Jennifer & John Newbern
Harryette Shue
Jan & Larry Alman
Catherine & Howie Cockrill
Gadberry Financial Group
Junior League of Little Rock
Linda & Gordon Newbern
Belinda Shults
Aristotle Inc.
Ellon Cockrill
Charlotte & Jim Gadberry
Joe Kolb
Clair M. Norman
Simmons First National Bank
Arkansas Arts Council
James B. Conner
John Gaudin
Mary & Dean Kumpuris
Elizabeth & Thomas Small
Arkansas Black Hall of Fame
Dale & John Cook
Sara & Jay Lang
Arkansas Children’s Hospital
Cranford Johnson
Robinson Woods
Gill Elrod Ragon Owen &
Sherman, P.A.
North Little Rock Chamber
of Commerce
Golden Eagle of Arkansas
Judy Snowden
Heather Larkin
North Little Rock Economic
Development Corporation
Arkansas Health &
Wellness Solutions
Catherine & Kevin Crass
Barbara Graves
AY Magazine
Trudie Cromwell
Tisha Gribble
Patti Bailey
Anita Davis
Helen & Fred Harrison
Debbie & Rob Bass
Carolyn & Max Davis
Ken Harrison
Catherine Ann Bays
Dorothy & Fallon Davis
Leighanne & Keith Harvey
Be Seen, LLC
Irene & George Davis
Julie Haught
Lana & Ed Bethune
Renay & David Dean
Barbara & Howard Hawes
Sue & Richard Blake
Delta Trust & Bank
Heart of Arkansas
Jill & Robert Bloom
Democrat Printing &
Lithographing Co.
Sharon Heflin
Nancy Dickins
Donna Helms
Lee Bodenhamer
Melissa Bond
Lisa & Sam Brannum
Linda Brown
Brianne Bush
Bylites
Central Arkansas
Library System
Central Arkansas Planning &
Development District
General Improvement
Fund/Warwick Sabin
Sherry & Joe Max Chesser Jr.
City of Little Rock
City of North Little Rock
Cita Cobb
Stuart Cobb
Kearney Dietz
Dorothy Morris Foundation
DOWNSTREAM
Casino Resort
Carol & Byron Eiseman
Susan Elder
Entergy Arkansas
Susan Farque
Joyce & James Faulkner
Karen & Jerold Fetzer
Debra Fiser
Jimmie Lou Fisher
Dora Jane & Greg Flesher
Mildred Franco
Lauri Ann Heisler
Judy & Gerald Henry
Anne B. Hickman
Holiday Inn Presidential
Gwen Holton-Langley
Wanda Hoover
Robert Hunter
Bob Hupp
Inretrospec
Myron Jackson
Janet Jones Company
Jill & Charles Johnson
Judy Johnson
Kelley Johnson
Jones Film & Video
Mary Lynn & John Laning
Jeannine & Gary Smith
Ray South
Law Offices of Peter Miller
North Little Rock
Visitors Bureau
Legacy Termite &
Pest Control Inc.
Walter Nunnelly
Caroline Stevenson
Little Rock Convention &
Visitors Bureau
Kay & Bill Patton
Janice & Fred J. Taylor
The Peacock Group
TCPrint Solutions
Little Rock Regional
Chamber of Commerce
Don Pfeifer
Pat & William L. Tedford
Pike Law Firm, PLLC
Rhona & Bill Temple
Little Rock Soirée
Christen & Kyle Pitts
The Art Group Gallery
Sandy & Aaron Lubin
Elaine Poynter
Tipton & Hurst
Jo Luck
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Mangan Holcomb Partners
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Jane E. McKinney
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Riggs Benevolent Fund
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Roller Funeral Homes
Mid-America Arts Alliance
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Rose Law Firm
Anne Mourning
Rotary Club 99 Foundation
Don Munro
Wendy & Ted Saer
Nabholz Construction
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Sally & Walter Sedelow Jr.
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Verizon Wireless
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Mr. & Mrs. Frank Westerman
White-Daters & Associates
William F. Laman
Public Library
Ann & Richard Williams
Jessie Wilson
Mary & Jim Wohlleb
Virginia Young
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Sponsors
Little Rock Soirée
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Publishing Group
Collaborator
Arkansas Arts Council
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Cranford Co.
Charlotte & Jim Gadberry
Legacy Termite &
Pest Control Inc.
Little Rock Convention &
Visitors Bureau
Mangan Holcomb Partners
The Design Group
THV 11
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City of Little Rock
Stuart Cobb
Irene & George Davis
DOWNSTREAM Casino Resort
Entergy Arkansas
Mary & Dean Kumpuris
Little Rock Regional Chamber
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Kay & Bill Patton
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Sharon & Ted Bailey
Lisa & Sam Brannum
Ellon Cockrill
Eagle Bank & Trust
Esse Purse Museum
Gaylia & Gene Fortson
John Gaudin
Dawn Prasifka & Ken Harrison
The Janet Jones Company
Janna Riley Knight
North Little Rock
Visitors Bureau
Don Pfeifer
Cindy Pugh
Wendy & Ted Saer
Stella Boyle Smith
Charitable Trust
Arkansas State Representative
Clarke Tucker
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Director
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Be Seen, LLC
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Cathy & Kevin Crass
Carolyn & Max Davis
J. Lynn Davis
Marjorie & Bob Dudley
Carol & Byron Eiseman
Susan Elder
Joycelyn & Oliver Elders
Carla & Joe Farmer
Kelly Ford & Shannon Fleming
Mildred Franco
Shearle Furnish
Gadberry Financial Group
Leslie Golden
Helen & Fred Harrison
Donna Helms
Lisa & Alan Hope
Cary & Fred Hunt
Jill & Charles Johnson
Steve Joiner
Ces & Drew Kelso
Joe Kolb
Sara & James Lang
Gwen & Sam Langley
Cathie Matthews
Judy McAnish
Pat & Jim McClelland
Mary & Bob McKuin
Richard C. Meyer
Pam & John Mueller
Sonya & Mark Murphy
Alan New
Ann & Rick Owen
Christen & Kyle Pitts
Ann Burton Portis
Cheryl & Jeff Pride
Kate Quinlan-Laird
Bourgon B. Reynolds
Sally & Walter Sedelow Jr.
Harryette Shue
Janice & Fred J. Taylor
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Judy Thompson
Kenda Treadway
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Ellis & Gus Walton
Betty Jo Ward
Susan Weinstein
Margaret M. Whillock
Mary & Jim Wohlleb
Virginia Young
Apprentice
Carol Allin
Linda & Robert Anderson
Scott Carter
Carolynn Coleman
Benni & Del Fambrough
Kerin & Adam Gadberry
Tisha Gribble
Ken Harrison
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Clair Norman
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ACANSA
Arts Festival
wishes to
thank our
major sponsors
(confirmed as
of print deadline)
Stuart Cobb • Irene & George Davis
Mary & Dean Kumpuris • Linda & Gordon Newbern
Kay & Bill Patton • Riggs Benevolent Fund
Roy & Christine Sturgis Charitable & Educational Trust
ARKANSAS BUSINESS
PUBLISHING GROUP
Charlotte & Jim
Gadberry
NONPROFIT ORG
U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
LITTLE ROCK, AR
PERMIT NO. 464

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