Nov 19 Saturday
The heart of a smart city relies on several drivers such as information and communication technologies, smart manufacturing, robotics, big data, and artificial intelligence to improve the urban ecosystem, which includes infrastructure, security, manufacturing, transport, healthcare, and government services. The mission is to enhance the functions of the city, thereby promoting economic growth and improving citizens' quality of life through the efficient integration of intelligent and smart technology. Thus, the overall resource consumption, waste, and total cost are reduced. Hence, awareness of the benefits of building smart cities should be promoted and executed around the world. This conference is intended to provide a forum to disseminate the latest scientific and technical information in shaping future cities.
Art show featuring Kelly Edwards and Ekaterina Kouznetsova and many holiday gifts.
Pagan event to discuss topics and create community in the Central Arkansas Area. Come have fun and some coffee, tea, water!
Nov 20 Sunday
Nov 22 Tuesday
ASC will host a four-part financial literacy course, “How Money Works,” by Mark Goodlow Sr., from 5-7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 15, 29, Oct. 13, & 27, 2022. For ages 17 and older. To register for each session, visit asc701.org/adult-classes or call 870-536-3375. Cost per session is $10 for ASC members; $15 for nonmembers. To sign up for the entire course, $40 for ASC members; $60 for nonmembers, call ASC at 870-536-3375.
This course is a general introduction to the basic financial concepts that can help people overcome financial challenges and achieve their financial goals. Learn how to make responsible and informed financial decisions and how to get the best value for the dollars you spend.
Goodlow has been a financial analyst for 29 years. He specializes in helping families become debt free and achieve financial independence, and has a passion for education and finance, which fuels his work to help people achieve financial freedom, one family at a time.
For more information contact ASC Public Programs Coordinator Kourtlynn Pinkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 870-395-7059.
Nov 26 Saturday
Nov 27 Sunday
Come enjoy Hallmark Christmas movies and Creating a hot chocolate candle.Bring a girlfriend or two to create a one of a kind Christmas memory.We will have hot chocolate ready for you as well. $55 per person 3 p.m. November 27th, 2022All instruction and materials are included to create your candle that appears edible.Who doesn’t love a good cup of hot chocolate? The smell is divine and the taste is perfect!
Nov 29 Tuesday
Dec 03 Saturday
Learn what it takes to get Arts in Education grants through the Arkansas Arts Council!
Join Matt Boyce, one of our grant managers, to learn what grants are available for teaching artists, what the grants mean, what the Arts in Education and Arts on Tour rosters are, and how we use them. Get tips for getting on the rosters and a walk-through of the grant process.
It will be held 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Dec. 3 at CALS Rock It! Lab, 120 River Market Ave. in Little Rock.
Bringing a laptop is encouraged, but not required. If you would like to use a laptop but don't have access to one, email Scarlet Sims at email@example.com and she will see if one can be arranged.
This workshop is a hands-on learning experience where creatives can get help signing into the grant portal and navigating content. Learn why independent panelists didn’t choose you for the Arts in Education Roster; find out what panelists are looking for; and learn how creatives on the Roster use it to expand their businesses. The Arkansas Arts Council cannot edit content, but we will provide tips and services that help creatives find the skills and technology needed to apply to our programs.