Resources for small businesses: In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, many great resources have been published and shared to help small businesses. So many that it can be overwhelming to know where to begin. We sifted through the details ...
As we wade through uncharted territory together, rest assured the Downtown Little Rock Partnership is working for you and with you. Our main priority is to ensure we are doing all we can to help sustain our local businesses, and to encourage the public to do the same. We've compiled a list of ways you can help support the local economy during these uncertain times as well as an alphabetical list of what changes specific businesses are making.
Downtown Little Rock Partnership is seeking artists of all backgrounds and experience levels to participate in its newly launched temporary public art installation initiative, the Mini Mural Project, designed to promote diversity and inclusion through art.
By reflecting on how far downtown Little Rock has come since 2010, and looking forward to where we'd like to be by 2030, we hope you will join us as we share our vision for "Redefining Downtown" at our 2020 Annual Meeting.
The Downtown Little Rock Partnership announces Ellen Lampe as its new Director of Communications.
Little Rock artist Joel Boyd has been selected to complete a mural on the Simmons Tower Parking Garage, the latest public art project for downtown Little Rock.
Little Rock artist Guy Bell has been selected to create a new mural near Baker's Alley in downtown Little Rock.
Downtown Little Rock Partnership announced that 82 food trucks have registered 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.
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.