Get to know Wolfprint, a new custom t-shirt printing and graphic design shop in Fayetteville.
Back for its third and final season at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Listening Forest combines light, sound, and technical marvels to create an immersive world waiting for its final piece: you.
Fasten your garter belt and get ready for a Halloween night out at Walton Arts Center. The popular Rocky Horror movie night is back.
If you’ve never experienced the power, beauty, or touching absurdity of live performance art, then the INVERSE Performance Art Festival is your chance to discover a whole new world of art and expression.
If you love live music and you haven’t checked out the Momentary yet, you’re missing out.
The porch, located at 327 E. Maple Street, also happens to be connected to pretty great 100-year-old but newly remodeled historic home in one of the best neighborhoods in all of Fayetteville.
Get to know Fayetteville Beer Works, a new brewery now open in East Fayetteville!
From new exhibitions and cocktail tours to Family Days and the final run of Listening Forest, there’s plenty to enjoy at your museum.
Join us at the Scott Family Amazeum, located in downtown Bentonville, Saturday, September 23, from 10am-5pm for a day of fun for the whole family.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art invites art enthusiasts and lifelong learners to register for “Portrait Photography with Meredith Mashburn”
Walton Arts Center’s 10×10 Arts Series kicks off next week with Scythian: Ukraine to Appalachia on Sunday, Sept. 10.
Rise Physical Therapy has moved to a new location at 1188 N. Salem Road, Suite 1.
Arts One Presents is excited to announce its upcoming production of the eight-time Tony-award-winning thriller Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,
Here are a few great houses currently available from Flyer Homes, along with a few things to love about each one.
If you haven’t seen this striking exhibition, now’s the time—Diego Rivera’s America closes soon.