‘Crafting America’ open at Crystal Bridge
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville is currently hosting “Crafting America,” dedicated to the subject of modern and contemporary craft, through May 31.
Timed tickets are $12 and available at https://bit.ly/3c Gv6K5. Admission is free for members, supplemental nutrition assistance program (SNAP) participants, veterans and youth ages 18 and under. SNAP participants can call 479-657-2335 to enroll for free entry to temporary exhibitions.
Food Hall of Fame finalists named
The Division of Arkansas Heritage has announced the 2021 finalists for the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame.
Winners will be announced at a virtual ceremony Feb. 22.
Area finalists include Dairy King of Portia, Dixie Pig of Blytheville and Kream Kastle of Blytheville.
For more information about the ceremony visit the Arkansas Heritage Facebook page: https://fb.me/e/3d 4QCo3rE.
Alzheimer’s activity programs offered
Alzheimer’s Foundation of America is offering free music, art, fitness, dance and movement programs to help individuals affected by the disease and their caregivers continue to stay active and engaged during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The “AFA Teal Room,” a page on the organization’s website, presents programs daily that are also available to be viewed on the site any time after their scheduled air date.
To watch and participate in the programs, or view a list of upcoming classes, visit www.alzfdn.org/afateal room.
Arkansas Arts Center changes its name
The Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock officially became the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts on Jan. 25.
The new museum will open in 2022. The new website can be viewed at arkmfa.org.