The Clinton House Museum is excited to collaborate with Fayetteville Underground for the show “Clintons and Kennedys: Artist Exhibition by Tansill Stough.” The Exhibition will kick off with an Opening Reception on Thursday May 12th from 5-7pm and will be on display at the Fayetteville Underground through May 27th and at the Clinton House Museum beginning Saturday, June 2nd and will remain on display until September.
The Fayetteville Underground is set to host the opening reception for their new exhibition during the First Thursday Celebration on the downtown Fayetteville Square, Thursday, July 7 from 5p.m.to 9p.m.
The show features work from different artists and media types that all aim to capture intricate details of the world.
No matter how you celebrate love or who you celebrate it with, Fayetteville has many opportunities to fall in love with our city next month. We hope you find ways to treat yourself to rich local tastes, check out the local art scene and dance the night away. Here are some of our suggestions:
The Walton Arts Center is almost ready to unveil their new space to the public! This $23 million renovation plan has been a large project extending the facility by adding an extra 30,000 square feet, modifying some of the theaters, upgrading backstage spaces and giving the outside of the building a more modern feel. These additions will greatly enhance the theater experience here in Fayetteville as the Walton Art Center remains an anchor in the downtown entertainment district.
The grand opening celebration will take place on November 19 with a series of events that are free and open to the public.