The Downtown Little Rock Partnership announced new staff members following a successful Main Street Food Truck Festival. Director of Communications Kyle Leyenberger and Director of Events Tori Rogers joined the partnership staff in August.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (September19, 2022) – Just days before the official start of Fall, the Downtown Little Rock Partnership and its Public Spaces Committee have completed our latest public art installation, The Haiku Project.
Downtown Little Rock Partnership along with presenting sponsor, Centennial Bank, are excited to announce 60 food trucks will be included in the 2022 Main Street Food Truck Festival, Sunday, September 11th from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
With the hottest days of summer upon us, thinking about autumn can bring some pleasant thoughts. In anticipation of cooler temperatures, sweater weather, and all things fall, the Downtown Little Rock Partnership is seeking entries for a haiku art project that respond to the theme “Fall in Little Rock.”
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Rock Town Distillery in partnership with the Downtown Little Rock Partnership is seeking artist qualifications for a mural project to be executed on the west side of their building in the South Main (SoMa) district of Little Rock, Arkansas. The ...
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The Downtown Little Rock Partnership (DLRP) in conjunction with the Department of Arkansas Heritage are requesting RFQ’s from artists to create a tablescape mural on the lower section of the Ben E. Keith Main Street Pocket Park, located at 711 Main Street in Little Rock, Arkansas. This mural will consist of six plates, which will celebrate the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame winners from 2016 to 2022. Approximately six artists will be chosen to complete the plates, along with their accompaniment (utensils, napkin, etc.); one artist per plate.