Downtown Little Rock Partnership announced a new public art initiative: the Alley Art Project will add vinyl reproductions of original artwork onto alley-facing doors throughout the downtown area.
Downtown Little Rock Partnership Executive Director Gabe Holmstrom announced the expansion of the Ambassador Program to the River Market neighborhood.
Downtown Little Rock Partnership released an RFP for a mural to be to be painted on the Simmons Tower parking garage.
Arkansas artists are invited to submit concepts and proposals for two new pieces of public art to be installed in downtown Little Rock this fall.
Arkansas artist Jason Jones has been selected to craft a lasting image on the east side of the Union National Plaza building, on Main Street, right in the heart of downtown.
Downtown Little Rock Partnership announced the 2019 date for the 9th Annual Main Street Food Truck Festival. The popular downtown Little Rock event will be held on Sunday, September 22, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Our Public Spaces committee is looking to install a brand new mural near Main and Capitol in the heart of downtown.
Downtown Little Rock Partnership is celebrating 35 years, and we want you to help us commemorate the occasion at our 2019 Annual Meeting!
Please visit our GoFundMe page and help us bring an even bigger tree to downtown Little Rock!
A new art mural is being installed at 304 Main Street, as part of the InspiredLR public art project.