Arkansas is located in the southeastern United States, with the Mississippi River as its east border. The state boasts mild weather, with long spring and fall seasons, as well as plentiful outdoor recreation opportunities. The state also has a good mix of universities, colleges, tech schools, and community colleges for art students from every persuasion and walk of life.

Anthropology and art go well together in Arkansas, which has a rich concentration of art from Native Americans and early European settlers. Another popular major at art schools in Arkansas is the B.S.E. in Art Education for those wanting to teach art at the K-12 level. Of course, no matter what one wants to do, from computer graphics to pottery to art history, it can be done in Arkansas! The state has many strong museums, libraries and independent galleries, offering plenty of opportunity for young people to influence and shape its art landscape.

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Arkansas College of Barbering and Hair Design (ACB) was incorporated under the laws of the state of Arkansas in May 1974. The school was previously located at 401 Main Street in North Little Rock, AR. In1984, the school was relocated to its current location at 200 East Washington Ave and has been incontinuous operation since that time. ACB opened with seven (7) students and sixteen (16) chairs andcurrently have forty-two (42) multi-purpose chairs and an average of sixty-five (65) students. Our purpose is to provide quality training in barbering and hairstyling to the residents of this and other states.



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