Just south of Little Rock, a whole new world of arts, culture and heritage awaits.
The Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas, located in downtown Pine Bluff, has been a cornerstone of the arts in the city for years.
Now, like all museums and performance spaces, they've had to adjust their strategy to reach their audience safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The center's executive director, Dr. Rachel Miller, joins the Arts Scene this week to talk about the current exhibitions on display at the center.
She also talks about their switch to virtual programming, including the '80s-inspired "Heart for the Arts" telethon. She also talks about the center's expansion to a new satellite space, called ARTSpace on Main.
More information about programming and upcoming works can be found online at asc701.org.