December 24, 2020

"Discarnate Landscapes" marks the ninth exhibit -- some virtual, some in-person -- that the Northwest Arkansas artists' collaborative Art Ventures has produced since mid-March, when the world turned inward in the face of covid-19. Though the organization's leaders have struggled with the same issues other arts organizations have -- smaller crowds and complex covid-19 safety guidelines -- the successful pivot to transferring their rich artistic studies online and acquisition of a new gallery space in the historic house at 20 S. Hill Ave. in Fayetteville are high points in a difficult year. Their newest exhibit, according to a press release, "contemplates and explores the relationship between the human body and the landscape of the environments in which we live."

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