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Hey Springdale, we’re looking at you! The CB to You Mobile Art Lab is coming to your neighborhood!
Join us as we visit Archer Learning Center’s student art show, featuring artworks created by Archer students and a mural canvas collaboration with local artist Alan Rodriguez with Razo Studios. Archer Learning Center is the alternative learning high school of Springdale Public Schools. As an alternative learning environment, Archer supports diverse, nontraditional students to overcome barriers to graduation and prepare for a lifetime of success. Student artworks will be displayed throughout the school, and all are welcome to visit.
The Mobile Art Lab will be presenting about our latest exhibition at the museum, Diego Rivera’s America. We’re also offering free tickets to the exhibition in our free art kits, so be sure you grab one while you’re here!
We can’t wait to see you! There’s sure to be plenty of creative fun for all.
Free, no tickets required. Drop by anytime from 5 to 7 p.m.
Alan “Toxic” Rodriguez is a first-generation Mexican self-taught interdisciplinary visual artist in Northwest Arkansas. Alan is primarily known for his vibrant public art murals that celebrate Mexican culture and identity, with practices in the mediums of illustration, acrylic painting, wood burning and metal working. His commissioned work can be found at the Artists Barbershop at the intersection of Sunset & Thompson (Springdale, AR), 8th Street Plaza (Rogers, AR), and Terra Studios (Fayetteville, AR), and CACHE’s OzCAST (online). Alan’s most recent partners have included TASC, Latinx Theatre Project, Arkansas United, and Dedicated Studios. When he’s not working on his visual art, Alan writes and performs hip hop. Alan was an invited 2022 panelist for the Latine Artist Panel organized by the University of Arkansas Latin American Studies and he is a Mid-America Arts Alliance Artist INC Fellow 2020. Alan credits Jose Hernandez (Little Rock, AR) and Jamie Ulick (Fayetteville, AR) as his mentors. Alan is currently working on the extension of his original 8th Street Plaza mural with a Fall/Winter 2023 end date. Follow Alan’s work on Instagram at @_toxic.
The CB to You Mobile Art Lab is a traveling pop-up art experience energizing the power of community through art. Featuring regional artists from across Northwest Arkansas, the art lab will be visiting local libraries and festivals around the region to bring artmaking, music, storytelling, and more. From live demonstrations and drop-in artmaking to artist talks and live music, each visit promises to bring a bit of inspired fun for everyone.
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Neff and Scarlett Basore | Matt and Mary Kathryn Brown | Anna and Carl George | Sue and Charles Redfield | Lee and Linda Scott | Dennis and Evelyn Shaw | James and Ann McKenzie.