If you’ve been looking for a way to become more of an “art person,” or just a more cultured human, the Momentary is always refilling its space with new, free, modern art exhibits.
Fashion as cultural art: The Momentary will host an original group exhibition called “In Some Form or Fashion” Nov. 20, 2021 - Mar. 13, 2022. The visual arts exhibition will hold the work of 6 different artists exploring “the cultural implications of fashion,” and how garments shape identity.
When women get together, they’re pretty unstoppable. The NWA Business Women’s Conference is a gathering of strong women providing a space for personal and professional empowerment and enrichment.
Connect: The conference is Sept. 13-15 in four different venues across NWA. Additionally, there will be networking opportunities for professional connections and support that you don’t want to miss out on. So get tickets through Friday, Sept. 3, and grab 20% off with the promo code “NWADAILY."
Wise words: With 2 highly successful and renowned keynote speakers, and over 30 phenomenal breakout session speakers, the conference is in place to produce renewed confidence in women from all over in their abilities to change the world.
Bentonville-based and woman-founded technology firm Stonehenge Technology Labs raised $2m in seed funding for its artificially intelligent commerce software.
AI business tech: Stonehenge Technology Lab’s software program is for Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) companies and is called "Stopwatch." Six new investors, C-Suite executives in CPG as well as retail technology, put money toward Stopwatch.
Right in the middle: Professionals experienced working for jet.com, Walmart, and Amazon are a part of the Stopwatch’s data engineering, digital retail and artificial intelligence team. The location of Stonehenge Technology Labs in NWA was intentional, so as to be close with its users to “deliver exactly what they need.”
Categories: The event is divided into 6 age-group categories, giving anyone aged 7+ a chance to be a world cycling champion. It is $20 to compete, and registration closes at 12p Friday, Sept. 3.
Race day: Spectators are welcome to watch the event for free by the track with large video screens to depict up-close action. The races begin at 9:45a on Sept.4, but if you get there early you can watch the race-day practice starting at 8:30a.
Preparing for more: The ORT will restructure its board before any further steps are taken for the new development plan. However, the plan is projected to “improve and expand transit in Northwest Arkansas” as ridership levels increase due to local events like football games and cycling races.