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Arkansas Shorts Presented by Low Key Arts

Arkansas Shorts: A Night of Short Film

Low Key Arts joins with sponsors TLI Print and SQZBX Pizza and Brewery in presenting the twelfth annual Arkansas Shorts: A Night of Short Film festival on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at the historic Malco Theatre (817 Central Avenue) in downtown Hot Springs. The opening reception begins at 4:00 pm and will once again include complimentary social media portraits from exceptional photographer, Thomas Petillo, as well as theater concessions and cash bar.

Directed as it has been in recent memory by internationally acclaimed Hot Springs filmmaker Jen Gerber (on loan from HSDFF), Arkansas Shorts is the only festival of its kind in the state and showcases emerging talent from far and wide. It’s also a great way to celebrate a new year, Hot Springs style!

Similar to previous years, the festival features three blocks of short films presented over the course of the evening: an International block containing a grab bag of subjects from around the world; a North American block featuring high-profile, award-winning work from around the US and Canada; and, of course, the juried selection of Arkansas-made short films, including those produced in this year’s Inception to Projection filmmaking program, right here in Hot Springs. $20 Festival Pass tickets good for all 3 blocks and entry to a SQZBX after party are on sale now from Prekindle.com and can be found by simply going there and searching for “Arkansas Shorts”. Individual screening tickets ($10 each) will be made available in mid-December. For more info please email lowkeyarts@lowkeyarts.org

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Billy Don Burns at Low Key Arts

Billy Don Burns is Coming to Low Key!

Billy Don Burns is one of the few remaining original Outlaw Country Music singer songwriters. He has produced albums for Merle Haggard, Johnny Paycheck, and the like. He’s been described as a warrior poet, who has gained the respect of the greatest songwriters, including Merle Haggard, Billy Joe Shaver, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, David Lynn Jones, and countless others.

This man is a living LEGEND!!!

Tickets are $10 general admission/$15 reserved seating at the door. Doors open at 7:30 show starts at 8:00.

Sponsored in part by Low Key Arts, KUHS Community Radio shows: The Mojo Box, KUHS Outlaw Country’s Lost Highway Radio Show and Matt Everhart

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Low Key Arts presents the 8th annual Hot Water Hills Music & Arts Festival

Low Key Arts presents the 8th annual Hot Water Hills Music & Arts Festival, taking place Friday, October 5 and Saturday, October 6, 2018.

Headlining the festival Friday night are LARKIN POE (Nashville, TN), supported by J.D. WILKES (Nashville, TN, of Legendary Shack Shakers fame), BAS CLAS (Lafayette, LA rabble-rousers), BRIAN MARTIN (of local favorites Sad Daddy), and Fayetteville’s MODELING (formerly Move Orchestra).

Saturday features headliners BRONCHO (Tulsa, OK) a pair of international groups, including LOLA MARSH (Tel Aviv, Israel) and SEA MOYA (Germany, by way of Canada), and support from MILES FRANCISRAH HOWARDTHE VIOLET ULTRAS, and SPA CITY YOUNGBLOODS.

As always, Hot Water Hills takes place in downtown Hot Springs at Hill Wheatley Plaza (629 Central Ave.).

The event is family-friendly and all ages are welcome.

Hot Water Hills Music & Arts Festival 2018 features artists, vendors, craft demos and workshops, kids activities, food trucks, beer and wine sales, and a handful of “art cars” traveling to Arkansas just for the occasion.

Gates open at 4:00pm on Friday and 12:00 noon on Saturday.

Tickets are $15 per day. A specially-priced weekend pass will be available at the gate on Friday.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please see www.hotwaterhills.com

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