The Clinton Presidential Center introduces Fusion: Arts + Humanities Arkansas (Fusion), a new program that promotes heritage and culture and celebrates human achievement by weaving the arts and humanities together. The inaugural Fusion will focus on the Quapaw Tribe in Arkansas.
Fusion launches on Sunday, February 12, with a free public program that will feature remarks by John Berrey, Chairman of the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma, a lecture entitled “The Quapaws in Colonial Arkansas: An Illustrated History” from distinguished Colonial Arkansas historian and author, Judge Morris S. Arnold, and a dance demonstration from members of the Quapaw Tribe.
This event is FREE and open to the public, but reservations are required. Please RSVP online here or call 501-748-0425 to make reservations.
Fusion is made possible by the generous support of the Quapaw Tribe.
An accompanying exhibit will be on display at the Clinton Center from February 12 to March 12 that will feature Quapaw cultural artifacts.
Sunday, February 12
John Berrey, Chairman of the Quapaw Tribe
Judge Morris S. Arnold, distinguished Colonial Arkansas historian and author
Quapaw Tribe dancers
Clinton Presidential Center
1200 President Clinton Ave.
Little Rock, AR 72201