Elsewhere in leisure, occasions and the humanities:
Members of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra take the Robinson Heart Efficiency Corridor stage to play “Serenade” in E-flat main for winds, op.7, by Richard Strauss and the “Serenade” for strings in E main, op.22 by Antonin Dvorak for the second digital live performance of the 2020-21 Stella Boyle Smith Masterworks Collection, livestreaming at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and three p.m. Sunday. Geoffrey Robson conducts.
The live shows have been rescheduled from Feb. 20- 21.
A minimal donation of $10 is required to stream. Live performance info and the stream can be found at ArkansasSymphony.org/serenades. The Stella Boyle Smith Belief is the Masterworks Collection sponsor.
The orchestra will announce plans for its March, April and Could Masterworks applications nearer to the occasions.
Name (501) 666-1761 or go to ArkansasSymphony.org.
‘We Select Freedom’
Parkview Excessive Faculty’s drama, choir and orchestra college students will carry out for “We Select Freedom,” this yr’s Clinton Presidential Heart’s digital Black Historical past Month present, 6 p.m. right this moment. “Admission” is free. Register at tinyurl.com/ybl939k5.
‘Previous Man, Previous Moon’
Ouachita Baptist College’s theater arts division phases “The Previous Man and the Previous Moon,” written and produced by New York Metropolis’s PigPen Theatre Co., for its annual Muse Venture, 7:30 p.m. right this moment, Friday and Monday and a couple of:30 and seven:30 p.m. Sunday within the college’s Verser Theatre, 410 Ouachita St., Arkadelphia. The manufacturing is open to OBU school, workers and college students and can stream through Broadway on Demand. Tickets, $8 per particular person, $20 per family, can be found at obu.edu/boxoffice. Name (870) 245-5555.
Designer Behnaz Farahi, a “inventive technologist” on the school of California State College, Lengthy Seashore, would be the speaker for the College of Arkansas Fay Jones Faculty of Structure and Design’s Digital Lecture Collection, 4 p.m. Monday through Zoom. “Admission” is free. Register at tinyurl.com/57cmduvy.
Carmen Williams, an assistant professor of English and Heritage Research at Arkansas State College, kicks off the Central Arkansas Library System Encyclopedia of Arkansas’ “Monday Matriarchs” sequence with a chat titled “Inevitable Insult and Humiliation”: Black Ladies Writers of Arkansas, 6:30 p.m. March 8 through Zoom/YouTube Stay. “Admission” is free. Register at tinyurl.com/14wtb2i7.
The remainder of the lineup (all talks at 6:30 p.m., through Zoom/YouTube Stay):
- ◼️ March 15: Aleshia O’Neal, English professor at York School in York, Neb.: “Charlie Could Simon: Uncovering the Misplaced Voice of an Arkansas Writer.” Register at tinyurl.com/yvbrvfue.
- ◼️ March 29: Robyn Spears: “Arkansas Aprons: Meals Energy and Ladies in Arkansas, 1857 to 1891.” Register at tinyurl.com/3mfrwwxk.
Juliana Szucs of Ancestry.com, an teacher on the Midwestern African American Genealogical Institute, will supply a family tree workshop, titled “Hidden Treasures on Ancestry with Juliana Szucs,” at 11 a.m. March 20 through Zoom and YouTube Stay. The workshop will cowl easy methods to entry uncommon collections and easy methods to discover clues in them that can result in different data. “Admission” is free. Register at tinyurl.com/1y2osv0w.