A brief tour of the historic Malco Theatre, which houses the Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute built in 1946 this video features footage of some areas of the building not seen by the public in decades.” Music composed by Josh … Continue reading
Submissions are being accepted now for the VOV 2012 Fanzine, a collection of stories, poems, rants, recipes, photos, drawings, crosswords and more that is distributed each year during the Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival. The VOV Fanzine is … Continue reading
All dressed up with no where to go? Check out our Calendar of Events for all things art, including gallery exhibitions, live music and theatre performances, worskshops and more. Hosting an event? Fill out the submission form on the Events … Continue reading
“Dear,” is a student-made film, created during “Inception to Projection,” an after-school film workshop presented by Low Key Arts. The eight-week course took two groups of teenagers through all aspects of the filmmaking process and yielded two short films that … Continue reading
A photography workshop, held Saturday, Jan. 21 in downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas gave photographers and models the opportunity to work in a unique setting while supporting a great cause. With “Stills for Reels,” a fundraiser for the 21st annual Hot Springs … Continue reading
This video contains content that may not be suitable for all audiences. Viewer discretion is advised. Racist Zombies – watch more funny videos An official selection of the 5th annual Arkansas Shorts, “Racist Zombies” features The Charlies, a NYC sketch comedy group trained … Continue reading
The 17th season puts the “HOT” in Hot Springs Music Festival with a variety of musical styles befitting this year’s theme, “The Spice of Life.” Slated for June 3-16, 2012, the Festival will feature both classic and contemporary repertoire in an effort to appeal to a broad-based audience. Continue reading
A live reading of his poem “Prettiest Girl in a Hideous World” at the Poets Loft in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Meet the Holy Shakes, a group of gifted musicians who make loud rock and roll music for your listening pleasure. Featuring lead vocalist Bill Solleder, Bobby Missile on guitar, Brian Lee on bass, and Justin Castleberry on drums, the Holy … Continue reading
Along with mineral-rich thermal waters, creativity is on tap in the Hale Bathhouse in downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas. The historic building is home to the Muses Creative Artistry Project, a nonprofit performing, creative and healing arts organization founded by Deleen … Continue reading
When Catherine Thornton was growing up just off of Mill Creek Road, families across the globe were suffering through the Great Depression; Hot Springs, Arkansas was ruled by gangsters, and the roads leading to her home where all dirt. “We … Continue reading
Whether you want to tap your toes or bang your head, you’ll find the music that moves you, with five major music festivals featuring a variety of styles for a variety of tastes. The Hot Springs Music Festival, featuring orchestral, … Continue reading
Growing up, brothers Charles and Michael Riley were rivals, but as adults they found common ground in a shared love of glass blowing and, together, opened Riley Art Glass Studio in Hot Springs, where they use their competitive nature to … Continue reading
Strolling through the Fordyce Bathhouse, visitors can learn all about the history of the bathing industry in Hot Springs, but they also have an opportunity to view a multitude of artistic renderings of Hot Springs National Park – created by … Continue reading
A live reading of his poem “I Steal Pencils” at the Poets Loft in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Started in 2008 as a fundraiser for the Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival, the Arkansas Shorts has grown into an event all its own, with filmmakers of all skill level and from all corners of the state submitting … Continue reading