It’s not often an artist starts a piece of work with its name, then draws inspiration from those words. A much more typical path is to create and then (sometimes grudgingly) title the art to offer guidance or explanation to the viewer. Fenix Gallery is showcasing a new exhibition that celebrates the former, as they open Good Humor, Recent Works by Jan Gosnell, running through September 28, 2019. An opening reception for the public is scheduled to coincide with Fayetteville First Thursday on September 5.
Whether you’re a hardcore gridiron expert bent on critiquing every play on the field or you’re all-in to continue your family’s generations-long tradition of Razorback sports fandom—or perhaps you’re really just focused on finding the most epic tailgating experience—make no mistake, the University of Arkansas has got serious game when it comes to college football culture. There are plenty of reasons why U.S. News & World Report has repeatedly ranked Fayetteville the best city to live in within the Southeastern Conference and the fourth-best city overall in the entire nation, and the fan experience certainly reflects that.
Fayetteville, Arkansas treasures its public green spaces, recognizing the extraordinary value of designating locations throughout the community for people to freely connect with the outdoors. A recent partnership between two local residents—land owner Cary Arsaga and pocket park artist and visionary Jimmy Glen—has resulted in a new place for anyone to visit, enjoy, and even heal.
This summer brings a truly unique opportunity for three very different artists with strong Fayetteville, Arkansas ties to exhibit their work in conjunction with a highly anticipated and well-known immersive, psychedelic-surrealist art installation by Wayne Coyne, lead singer of rock band The Flaming Lips. Contributing to a group exhibition alongside the installation of King’s Mouth are local artists Kat Wilson, Dillon Dooms and Sasha Rayevskiy.
The No. 1 best-selling author of 2019 will be visiting the Fayetteville Public Library!
Delia Owens, author of the best-selling novel "Where the Crawdads Sing," will visit the Fayetteville Public Library on Saturday, July 20, from 3-4:30 p.m. The novel is a mystery, a love story and a courtroom drama.
There’s a long, storied history of great music being performed over the decades in Fayetteville, Arkansas. A good number of legends have graced the stages of a community that has always attracted more attention from well-known artists than the population would imply—and some of the very best came to play the one and only Rockwood Club.
Oh, lovely Thai food, that beautifully balanced, tantalizing combination of salty, sweet, sour and bitter...ranging from sinus-clearing spicy to delicately flavored. Thai meals are made for group sharing and experimenting with wonderful fresh flavors—plus any leftovers only improve overnight for a next-day snack. Fayetteville is full of authentic Thai restaurants to satisfy even the most seasoned (pun intended) foodie, and we’ve got several to recommend.
Art Ventures, a dynamic visual arts gallery committed to collaboration with the community and supporting artists working to the highest standards, is showcasing beautiful exhibitions in June and July. In keeping with the organization’s mission to provide accessibility to under-represented communities, these exhibitions offer diverse viewpoints through the work of Brazilian artist Eloa Jane Pereira and a range of pieces created by multiple Islamic artists.
Fayetteville has long enjoyed a reputation of offering some solid dining options for those who embrace a plant-based diet. While most local restaurants do offer or are willing to adapt their offerings to include vegetarian or vegan fare, there are a number of independent kitchens that really show the veggie love.
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