Argenta Community Theater

The Argenta Community Theater (ACT) is a non profit organization committed to serving the community through education and advancement of the performing arts. Our facility offers a unique versatility unlike any other in Arkansas. ACT is the first of its kind in Arkansas. The strategic building design is such that any type of event for a maximum of 300 people* can be accommodated, and the black-box theater allows flexible staging techniques for smaller theater companies. ACT will feature local, regional, and national productions, book readings, private and business events.

Art Connection

Art Connection is an after school and summer visual arts work program for North Little Rock High School students. Our goal is to create leaders and develop innovators through hands on training in the visual arts industry. If you would like more information about Art Connection, check out Our Story.Our mission is to provide a path for underserved youth to achieve higher education, citizen leadership and self sufficiency through paid employment in the creative economy.

Claytime Pottery

Claytime offers pottery from some of the best clay artists in the area as well as pottery classes. Whether it is Raku Art or functional dinnerware, one can find unique works in clay at our working studio/gallery.  Visit Claytime the week of any Verizon arena event and show your voucher, stub or ticket and receive 10% off any pottery item purchased.

Starving Artist Gallery at The Creative Space

A creativity co-op in the Argenta Arts District with working artist studios, a bookstore, and an eclectic space for rent for everything from yoga classes to writing workshops to intimate dinners, and everything in between.
(501) 772-7602

Garage Sale Queen

Local art and sculpting classes from Kandy Jones.

Greg Thompson Fine Art as seen in 

Greg Thompson Fine Art is located in an historic 19th century building in the Argenta Art District of downtown North Little Rock, Arkansas. The gallery provides 3,000 square feet of both public and private viewing space with a focus on Southern Regionalism. Greg Thompson Fine Art offers an in depth representation of 20th Century Modern Art from private collections around the world as well as a select representation of some of the top artists from the South.

Infrared Studio

Infrared offers Arkansas a high-end state of the art recording studio & access to two performance venues, as well as Digidesign Certified Pro Tools Operators to handle the task of producing your next project.

Pennington Photography

Whether our assignments call for images of people, lifestyles, fashion, or products, Pennington Studios, Inc., offers an experienced, yet fresh approach to the distinctive art of photography.

Starving Artist Cafe

Starving Artist Cafe is reminiscent of a French artists’ loft in historical space with handmade wood and mosaic bars and works from local artists covering the walls and shelves. Watch artists working on pieces or playing music as you dine.

Tales from the South

“Tales From the South” is a radio show created and produced by Paula Martin Morell, who is also the show’s host, in conjuction with Temenos Publishing Company. The show is presented by The Argenta Arts Foundation with additional support provided by AY (About You) Magazine, the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute, and William F. Laman Public Library.  The show is taped live on Tuesday nights at Starving Artist Cafe’ in the Argenta Arts District of North Little Rock, Arkansas. The night is a cross between a house concert and a reading/show, with incredible food and great company.

Temenos Publishing Co

Temenos Publishing Company is a division of Starving Artist Cafe’, LLC.  We were founded in 2005 by writer and writing teacher Paula Morell, MFA.

Thea Foundation

The THEA Foundation is a nonprofit, public foundation founded in 2001 by the parents of Thea Kay Leopoulos, Linda and Paul David Leopoulos. The founders and Board of Directors have adopted the mission of carrying Thea’s legacy forward through advocating the importance of art in the development of our youth through educational and promotional activities and to encourage individual participation in art through scholarship, partnership, and other programs. The THEA Foundation Center for the Arts gallery features student art from all over the state. The Foundation advocates the importance of art in youth development. The THEA Foundation awards scholarships in the visual, performing, and film arts to eligible Arkansas high school seniors. The Foundation sponsors workshops, exhibitions and placement of art throughout the schools.



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