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The University of Central Arkansas continues to be a part of ArtsFest, Conway’s yearly celebration of music, visual art, theatre, dance, creative writing and film, which will take place for one fun-filled day, Saturday, Oct. 7.Read More
Gina Radke Chief Executive Officer of Galley Support Innovations was the guest at Startup Grind Central Arkansas on Thursday, August 24 at The Makerspace at UCA.
Conductor Chief Operating Officer and Startup Grind Central Arkansas founder Kim Lane hosts the events each month with a member of the business community in Conway.Read More
The C. D. Wright Women Writers Conference will host its inaugural event Nov. 3-4 at the University of Central Arkansas.
The conference is open to all, though it will cater to women and women-identifying writers from all genres and all experience levels, from journalism to mass-market books to literary endeavors and beyond. The conference’s goal is to provide a space for camaraderie, connection-making and inspiration.Read More
The University of Central Arkansas community welcomed the UCA Makerspace Powered by the Conductor at a launch event Tuesday morning.
The UCA Makerspace Powered by the Conductor is a place for students and community members to make, design and dream. It is a collaborative, interdisciplinary workspace with tools to prototype concepts, make new things, and take ideas to the next level.Read More
Registration is open for fall music lessons at the University of Central Arkansas Community School of Music.
According to Smokey Emerson, Community School of Music director, for more than 26 years, the Community School of Music has offered exceptional musical training and instruction to children and adults in the Central Arkansas area. The faculty of the Community School consists primarily of UCA Music faculty and selected graduate and undergraduate students, along with adjunct instructors who are professional musicians and teachers.Read More
UCA will host a block party this Friday night, August 25 starting at 5 pm at the new Donaghey Hall. The event is free to the public.Read More