From the Rosalie Santine Gould - Mabel Jamison Vogel Collection, the Butler Center created a multimedia exhibition titled The Art of Living: Japanese American Creative Experience at Rohwer that showcased art created by internees at the Rohwer Relocation Center in Desha County and told the story of creativity in the face of dire circumstances. The Art of Living was on display in Concordia Hall in the Arkansas Studies Institute Building (401 President Clinton Ave.) from September 9 through November 26, 2011.
Bird in Cherry Tree
26 x 19.75 in.
The research collections and offices are located in the Arkansas Studies Institute (ASI) at 401 President Clinton Ave, located on the Main Library campus in the River Market. The ASI is a partnership between CALS and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, through which the two institutions have made more than 10 million documents and photographs on Arkansas history available for public use.
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