Elsewhere in leisure, occasions and the humanities:
El Dorado exhibition
“Step Ahead/Stand Again,” an exhibition of large-scale graphic summary work and works incorporating components of neon mild by Jay Shinn, goes on show at the moment within the Merkle and Worth galleries on the South Arkansas Arts Heart, 110 E. Fifth St., El Dorado.
Shinn, a Magnolia native, now lives and works between Dallas, New York and Berlin.
The exhibition stays up via July 24, with a 6 p.m. closing reception. Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Admission is free. Name (870) 862-5474 or go to saac-arts.org.
“Circle Mountain 2” and “Contact of Pink” by Jay Shinn are on show via July 24 on the South Arkansas Arts Heart in El Dorado. (Particular to the Democrat-Gazette)
“Camden Cookout” is the theme for downtown Camden’s First Friday Month-to-month Market, 6-9 p.m. Friday, centering on the intersection of Washington Avenue and Adams Avenue. The occasion features a “Burger Grill Off”; jazz with Camden saxophonist Witt Johnson; farmers promoting contemporary greens, jellies, jams and baked items; meals distributors; and leisure all through the market by nonprofit teams and native organizations. Name (870) 807-1468, electronic mail email@example.com or go to firstfridaycamden.com or facebook.com/FirstFridayCamdenAR.
Pine Bluff auditions
The Arts & Science Heart for Southeast Arkansas, 701 S. Foremost St., Pine Bluff, will maintain auditions, by appointment solely, for actors 11 and older July 24-25 for “The Miracle Employee” by William Gibson.
Auditions will include chilly readings from the script; sides might be obtainable at auditions or upfront from Theatre Training Coordinator Lindsey Collins — electronic mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Auditions are open to all genders, races and ethnicities; character descriptions can be found at asc701.org/auditions, the place actors ought to join an audition slot.
Callbacks are 6 p.m. July 29. Manufacturing dates are Sept. 10-12 and Sept. 17-19 because the inaugural manufacturing for the Adam B. Robinson Black Field Theater, within the Artwork Works on Foremost, 627 S. Foremost St., Pine Bluff. Name (870) 536-3375 or go to asc701.org.
Sept. 15 is the deadline for community-based nonprofit teams and others to use for fiscal 12 months 2022 Arkansas Heritage Grants. The grants are designed to assist promote consciousness and pleasure of Arkansas’ heritage; improve community-based nonprofits’ skills to create heritage-related applications, particularly in locations the place they’d in any other case not happen; foster cooperative efforts amongst organizations, companies and authorities to extend the scale and scope of occasions; and create ongoing elements to current heritage-related celebrations.
Grants prime out at $5,000. For-profit organizations or occasions usually are not eligible. Cash should go towards the proposed program and never working prices or infrastructure. Purposes and extra info on grant standards can be found at tinyurl.com/44u97whm. For extra info, electronic mail email@example.com.