Docent Appreciation Party

Have you taken part in a docent-led tour at the Museum? Have you ever enjoyed a great conversation with a docent in our galleries? Then you know the incredible work that our volunteer docents provide to AMFA guests! Help us celebrate and raise a glass to our docents with a night of fun, food, and […]

Storytelling: Native Americans and the Eclipse

In honor of the exhibition Action/Abstraction Redefined: Modern Native Art, 1940s to 1970s, AMFA takes this extraordinary opportunity to explore the 2024 total solar eclipse through Indigenous knowledge and storytelling. […]

Eclipse Viewing Party

Celebrate the Great American Solar Eclipse of 2024 on AMFA’s Crescent Lawn and have uninterrupted views of the total solar eclipse! While waiting for the celestial moment to arrive, enjoy […]

Event Series Milestone Year

Picnic in the Park

Be greeted by the refreshing delights of a sparkling spritz bar and enjoy an elevated picnic lunch set amongst AMFA’s elegant landscape on the grounds of MacArthur Park. With live […]

Chroma Night

Dance the night away under a kaleidoscope of color at AMFA’s Chroma Night. Enjoy live music spun by DJ Lucy Wrobel as we celebrate this milestone year with a champagne […]

Young Arkansas Artists Awards Ceremony

Educators, students, and their families are invited to attend the 63rd Young Arkansas Artists Exhibition Awards Ceremony honoring this year’s student artists and art educators. As the oldest and only statewide art competition for young artists in grades K-12, Young Arkansas Artists is an essential program that emphasizes the importance of art in education and […]

Reframed: An Art History Class

Art plays an important role in our perception of the expression of emotions. Having awareness of our own body’s movements as we observe paintings can disclose new ways of understanding expression in art, nature, and people. Join James Dow, PhD, Professor of Philosophy and the Director of Marshall T. Steel Center for the Study of […]