501 Life Magazine | Art on the Green plans City Talk on March 27
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Art on the Green plans City Talk on March 27

Art on the Green has selected Log Cabin Democrat Publisher Kelly Sublett for its March installment of City Talks. 

City Talks is a speaker series of authentic, stimulating discussions with sincere, honest, real people. Tuesday, March 27, is the date selected for Central Arkansas to hear from the first female publisher. The Robins Family owned the newspaper for many years. It was sold to Stauffer Communications and later Morris Communications. Gateway Communications is the new owner and named Sublett as publisher.

The second in the series is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. March 27 at Art on the Green with moderator Darren Irby.

“We are privileged to know Kelly and we know her love of Conway will bring a new dimension to the publication," said Art on the Green Gallery Director Brenda McClain.

Art on the Green is located in Littleton Park at 1100 Bob Courtway Drive in Conway. Doors will open at 5 p.m., with the conversation ending at 6:30 p.m. Sublett will take questions at the conclusion of the conversation.  

For reservations, call 501.205.1922 or go to artonthegreen.net. There is no charge for the event.

Art on the Green is an artistic vortex, drawing skilled artists and art lovers alike. The 3,000-square-foot gallery not only showcases the works of internationally acclaimed artists in every medium, it transforms art into a living, breathing thing. It’s a symphony of artwork that touches the heart and inspires the mind.