Presented in partnership with Crystal Bridges, this new art history program includes full tuition waivers, generous funding, and a theme-driven curriculum.
Visible from the sky, a bold new installation signals that art is a part of everyday life in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Sarah Cain’s colorful abstractions delight with their blurring of boundaries but her latest installation falls short of its site-specific aims.
Students receive full assistantships, including full-tuition waivers and annual $15,000 stipends, as well as $4,000 fellowships each year.
This thoughtfully curated exhibition is evidence that much compelling and adventurous art is indeed being produced all around the country.
The Spanish artist has brought his vibrant vision to northwest Arkansas and it sure stands out.
The Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival shows that while state lines may clearly delineate the South, they don’t neatly define the people living within them.
Pushing his paintings in different directions and never settling for a signature style, Callander rejects the art world’s demand for novelty, entertainment, and the timely production of a latest brand.
Crystals in Art: Ancient to Today pulls together over 75 objects from multiple eras and continents for this millennia-spanning survey on artists’ use of crystals.
When it comes to the word “diversity,” what are we really referring to?
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — On August 17, 1953, Gloria and Abraham Wilson sent a letter to one of the most famous architects in the United States. It began: “Dear Mr. Wright: Would you design a house for us?”
A New Jersey Frank Lloyd Wright house is relocating to the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, through an acquisition announced this Wednesday.