Arkansas Latinas en Bici presents the Tour de Frida – a public art-inspired cycling event celebrating the life and death of artist Frida Kahlo and the Northwest Arkansas Latinx community.
The Fayetteville Film Fest attracts films, filmmakers, and audiences from all over the world to the gateway of the Ozark Mountains in the beautiful Northwest Arkansas town of Fayetteville. After a long, crazy year, why not treat yourself to an experience like no other, at the Fayetteville Film Festival this November 11 through 13, 2021!
Botanical Garden of the Ozarks will kick off its Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 25 from 1:00 - 5:00 pm.
Fayetteville is excited to announce a brand-new mural at George's Majestic Lounge. George’s commissioned local artist Brandon Bullette last fall to produce a piece that celebrates the heritage of live music in Fayetteville and George's with artists that have graced their stage over the years.
Join Theatre Squared this year as they take the Arkansas New Play Festival to the virtual stage. This summer and fall will feature a series of trail-blazing new plays with additional viewing opportunities for the performances, intimate conversations between the playwrights, directors, and cast as well as opportunities to share your own thoughts.
Summer activities and ways to celebrate the arts are looking a little different this year - as is everything. Lucky for us, many of Fayetteville’s theatres and studios are taking performances, classes and acts to the virtual stage. We are so excited to see that Art’s Live Theatre is expanding its education offerings throughout the summer with the goal of putting young artists at center stage.
Fayetteville has long been known as the cultural epicenter and entertainment headquarters of the region, and one huge reason is the live-music scene, especially along the famed Dickson Street that lies between the Historic Downtown Square and University of Arkansas campus.
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