Districts

   Arkansans for the Arts is led by committed board members and advisors from eight districts in various regions of Arkansas. To find out who represents your district, see below!

District 1:

Mitch Mitchell, board member, past chair, Fayetteville

Ed Clifford, advisor, Springdale

District 2:

Steve Holder, board member, Searcy

District 3:

Antzee Magruder, board member, chair of Arkansas Arts Council, West Memphis

Bobbi Dodge, advisor, West Memphis

Scott Willhite, advisor, Jonesboro

District 4:

Rosilee Russell, advisor, Fort Smith

District 5:

Craig Welle, board member, treasurer, Hot Springs Village

Jean Lacefield, advisor, Hot Springs

Dorothy Morris, advisor, Hot Springs

Don Munro, advisor, Hot Springs

District 6:

Garbo Hearne, board member, chair, Little Rock

Stephen Schafer, board member, secretary, Little Rock

Lana Hallmark, advisor, fine arts program advisor - Arkansas Department of Education, Little Rock

Dillon Hupp, advisor, Little Rock

District 7: vacant

District 8:

Lenore Shoults, advisor, Pine Bluff

Staff

Marsha Knighton, executive assistant, Hot Springs 

Haley Schichtl, communications intern, Conway

Committees

Arkansans for the Arts is led by committed board members and advisors from eight districts in various regions of Arkansas. This is a working board that is organized through committee membership.

The committees include:

1. Executive

2. Development

3. Membership

4. Communication

5. Creative Economy

6. Arts Education

7. Program

  • Windgate Foundation
    Windgate Foundation
  • Americans for the Arts
    Americans for the Arts

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