To access our programs, watch for eBlasts, Facebook, Instagram, and our webpage. RAM has created a YouTube channel that will store the recorded videos you’ll want to view. The channel is called: fsramREVAMP. We hope you enjoy what we have available and will join the fun!
Ages 12 – 18
This hands-on homeschool class will focus on teaching students how to ‘see’ and ‘analyze’ as an artist and using those skills to execute detail-oriented assignments. The Elements and Principles of Design will be emphasized, and students will use them in explaining their work and processes. Rather than making ‘art’, the class will focus on grasping artistic perception and execution.
This class will start at 10am September 23 and will be every other Wednesday. Classes will take place on Zoom.
Music as an Art Prompt:
Ages 6 – 11
This exciting homeschool class will focus on teaching students about the art-music movements through the years. They will listen to the period music and create art with the movement in mind. The students will gain knowledge of music and art by doing so through art prompts.
This class will start at 11am September 23 and will be every other Wednesday. Classes will take place on Zoom.
BEHIND THE SCENES:
BILLIE HOLIDAY PERFORMING AT SUGAR HILL:
PHOTOGRAPHS BY JERRY DANTZIC
In April 1957, photographer Jerry Dantzic had an assignment from Decca Records to photograph Billie Holiday during a weeklong run of performances at the Newark, New Jersey, nightclub, Sugar Hill. What unfolded was an unexpected and intimate journey into her private and public worlds. His photos comprise the largest collection of images from any single Billie Holiday club engagement.
Please join our Zoom lecture to hear his son, Grayson Dantzic offer his insights into this amazing exhibition and the backstory of its creation.
12/10/2020 – 7 pm central standard time – FREE! Please Register
Call for Works, Mural Proposal Contest
The Winner – Katelynn Noel Knick
The Fort Smith Regional Art Museum is proud to announce Katelynn Noel Knick as the winner of our 2020 Mural Contest. Katelynn is an Oklahoma City based artist working within a diverse array of media. Painting, sculpture, and installations are her primary media, all conveying her unique approach and expression.
Welcome to Arkansas, Katelynn, and welcome to RAM!
Attend a lecture by Ms. Suzannah Schreckhise!
Learn the artist’s method and process.
December 3, 2020, 7 pm central standard time
Free! Registration Required
Ms. Schreckhise won the
2019 RAM Annual Invitational.
Besides a cash prize,
and the pride of winning,
she won a solo show here at the
Regional Art Museum.
Join us for her show
ATTENTION TO TENSION,
on view through January 31, 2021.
COLOR for Creatives: August 25 - May 18, 2021
Thursday’s at 6 pm via Zoom
COLOR for Creatives is an immersive class designed to help artists concisely and confidently expand their color palette and artist repertoire. This course will take place during the 2020-2021 Academic Year and will run 36 weeks. Each Tuesday, a video will be uploaded for students which will discuss that week’s artist and techniques. A live video conference will take place on Thursdays at 6pm for all class participants to join in, engaging 1-on-1 teaching and group input.
Every other week, RAM Assistant Curator, Ms. Samantha Rhodes will discuss a piece from the RAM Permanent Collection
Via Zoom every other Thursday at 7 pm C.T.
FREE / Registration Required
Lecture LIVE! is an exciting new program offered by RAM that emphasizes historical, contemporary, and local artists. Every other Thursday, our Assistant Curator, Samantha Rhodes, will lead a guided lecture via Zoom concerning particular artists and the history that surrounded them, or their contemporary inspirations. Local artists will be interviewed, providing an in-depth look into their style, media, and ideologies behind their work.
Art and Mythology:
Art throughout history, and even somewhat in contemporary expression, has been largely influenced by various mythologies. Whether Ancient Greek or Roman mythology, Japanese lore, or even Germanic histories, the visual expression of people throughout time largely reflected their religion—and the myths surrounding its development. Please join us to learn more about the fascinating world of mythology, and how art has played an important didactic role in the retelling of these stories. Don’t miss part II of this fantastic lecture series on December 17, 2020.
Free – Registration Required
TO FOSTER ART APPRECIATION IN THE COMMUNITY THROUGH
DIVERSE EXHIBITIONS, EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING,
DYNAMIC EVENTS, AND CULTURAL PARTNERSHIPS.