Arkansas Repertory Theatre is thrilled to announce its inaugural Saints and Sinners Raffle. While the annual gala may be months away, the fun begins now with this special raffle, which includes three amazing prizes. Winners will be announced during a live online drawing at 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 23. The public can follow along on Facebook (/ArkansasRep) and Instagram (/ArkansasRep) as the winners are announced.
The Arkansas Arts Council presented ArtLinks 2015, a statewide arts conference Oct. 25-27 in Northwest Arkansas. Arkansas Repertory Theatre Communications Manager Lauren James made the trip to network with representatives from other arts organizations across the state and learn more about creating, advocating and educating in the arts.
Kennedy Center president Deborah Rutter and a panel of Arkansas educators and artistic directors of cultural institutions, including Arkansas Repertory Theatre's Bob Hupp, discussed national trends in teaching the arts and humanities at the State of the Arts: Innovation in Arts and Humanities Education panel discussion at the Clinton Presidential Center on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
As part of the National Endowment for the Arts' Shakespeare in American Communities grant, cast members from Arkansas Repertory Theatre's production of Macbeth were able to visit nine high schools and work with students in 24 classes in a period of one week.