While our MacArthur Park home is under construction, visit the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts’ virtual exhibitions and exhibitions of the AMFA Foundation Collection works throughout Arkansas. These exhibitions showcase the depth of the AMFA Foundation Collection, along with AMFA’s commitment to arts education and supporting emerging and established regional artists.
Delta Voices: Artists of the Mid-South
Enjoy our limited podcast and video series highlighting emerging artists.
The four Delta Voices participants, which include artists working in photography, drawing, painting, performance, video and installation, represent the outstanding artwork made throughout the Mid-South today.
Each week, we asked art curators in our region about the artists in their communities that they’re most interested in and excited about, and captured them in conversation about art, place, identity and community.
61st Young Arkansas Artists Exhibition
While the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts is under renovation, the 61st Young Arkansas Artists Exhibition is on view virtually.
The Young Arkansas Artists program highlights the talent, imagination, and perspective of students across Arkansas. For over 60 years, AMFA has opened a door for young people to showcase their artistic talents and skills through its hosting of the Young Arkansas Artist Exhibition. Arkansas teachers – from kindergarten through 12th grade – submit student works in a variety of media to be considered for an annual juried exhibition. Exceptional works at each grade level are recognized and art programs at select schools receive monetary awards supported by private donors and the Mid-Southern Watercolorists.
Height x Width x Depth Sculpture from the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts Foundation Collection
While the new Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts is under construction, the Bradbury Art Museum at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro is hosting 15 large-scale sculptural works from the AMFA Foundation Collection.
Bradbury Art Museum, Arkansas State University
On view in Jonesboro through January 2022, Height x Width x Depth features a selection of three-dimensional works that celebrate sculpture as process. Alongside a monumental wood assemblage by modernist Louise Nevelson are works by contemporary wood sculptors Robyn Horn and Mark Lindquist, and two titans from the world of ceramic – Jun Kaneko and Peter Voulkos. The exhibition also features a selection of figurative works by Auguste Rodin, Joyce J. Scott, Henry Moore, and Michael Ferris Jr., among others.
Arkansas artist and 62nd Annual Delta Exhibition Grand Award winner Aaron Calvert’s ceramic figures are decorated with symbols of the things he can’t shake from his mind