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Ragamala Dance Company will perform at Walton Arts Center Oct. 14. Becca Martin Brown, features editor at the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette tells us more about the Indian dance company's performance, and we also learn about the Arkansas Art Center Art Mobile's stop in Fort Smith.

Ozarks at Large for Friday, October 5, 2018

Oct 5, 2018

On today’s show, a new exhibit highlights the work of contemporary, Native American artists. Plus, the Jersey Boys are back in northwest Arkansas, and so are the Vine Brothers.

A workforce grant for two metro areas is intended to help train the region's workers. Michael Tilley from Talk Business and Politics explains.

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Art for a New Understanding: Native Voices, 1950s to Now is a new exhibition showcasing the work of contemporary Native American artists. The exhibit is on view at Crystal Bridges Oct. 6 to Jan. 7 and admission is free.

Jersey Boys Return

Oct 5, 2018
courtesy: Walton Arts Center

The wildly popular musical Jersey Boys is back at Walton Arts Center this weekend. The four men portraying The Four Seasons talk about their roles.

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