For the Art AficionadoA Pottery Studio
Join us in exploring one of the oldest and most enjoyable crafts! We offer Classes and Workshops covering all areas of pottery and ceramics. Our workshops are conducted by some of the worlds top potters and artists.
Address: 2002 S. School Phone: 479.521.3171
Architecture of Fay Jones
Internationally renowned architect Fay Jones chose to live and work in the wooded hills of the Ozarks. Jones' designs feature the clean lines of the mid-century's modernism warmed by native materials and his own vocabulary of form and pattern. Maps and locations of Jones' works can be found at the Fayetteville Visitor Center.
Arsaga's Espresso Cafe
Address: 1852 N Crossover Phone: 479.527.0690
Arsaga's Espresso Cafe
Address: 2418 N Gregg Phone: 479.444.6557
Commercial exhibition gallery featuring works for sale in various media by local and regional artists, including Christina Mariotti, Don House and Alice Lynn Greenwood.
Address: 2914 N. College Phone: 479.521.4141
Commercial exhibition gallery featuring paintings, masks and puppets by JoAnn Kaminsky.
Address: 641 W. MLK Phone: 479.442.0557
Arts Center of the Ozarks
We are still celebrating as we continue our second 40 years as the heart of the arts in Northwest Arkansas. Making great entertainment and creative educational opportunities possible for all ages has been our mission since 1967. And our hands-on approach to arts provides wonderful surprises and creative inspiration for the entire family.
Address: 214 S. Main Phone: 479.751.5441
Arts Live Theatre
Arts Live Theatre enriches the lives of children and families in Northwest Arkansas by providing professional educational and performance opportunities for young actors.
Address: 1378 N. College Phone: 479.521.4932
Citizens Bank Gallery
Address: 116 E. Buchanan Phone: 479.790.0342
Address: 2002 S. School Phone: 479.521.3181
Corner Gift Shop
Crystal Bridges at the Massey
Crystal Bridges at the Massey is located on the first floor of the historic Massey Building, located just off the square in downtown Bentonville, Arkansas.
Address: 125 W. Central Phone: 479.418.5700
A colorful, entertaining strip of boutiques, restaurants, galleries and clubs, Dickson Street is Fayetteville's place "to see and be seen." Its close proximity to the University of Arkansas campus make this street a popular place for the college crowd, and the great eating spots and live music draw people of all ages.
Duck Club Gallery
Address: 2333 N. College Phone: 479.443.7262
Four galleries, multi-use studio space and classrooms offer local and regional artists space to create, display and sell their work.
Address: 1 E. Center Phone: 479.442.8607
Self-representing commercial exhibition gallery featuring paintings for sale by George Dombek.
Address: 844 Blue Springs Phone: 479.442.8976
An artist cooperative exhibition gallery offering fine arts and unique gifts by local artists and musicians.
Address: 428 S. Government Phone: 479.444.0888
Self-representing commercial exhibition gallery featuring oil works for sale by artist Jane Garrison.
Address: 1583 Warehouse Phone: 479.442.9019
Joy Pratt Markham Gallery
Exhibition gallery featuring rotations of works in various media by local, regional and national artists.
Address: 495 W. Dickson Phone: 479.443.5600
Julie Wait Designs Art Gallery
Commercial exhibition gallery supporting the Northwest Arkansas art community.
Address: 318 S. 1st Phone: 479.631.8706
Self-representing commercial exhibition gallery featuring sculptural works for sale by artist Hank Kaminsky.
Address: 808 S. Government Phone: 479.442.5805
Address: 620 N. College Phone: 479.582.3876
Matt Miller Studio
Open for special events & by appointment only. Featuring the work of : Matt C. Miller Lauren Embree Jewelry
Address: 21 W. Mountain, Ste 26 Phone: 870.919.8651
Northwest Arkansas Community Creative Center
A not-for-profit community art organization, Northwest Arkansas Community Creative Center is dedicated to supporting traditional and contemporary artists working in the visual arts.
Address: 505 W. Spring Phone: 479 927 2491
Opera in the Ozarks
Opera in the Ozarks at Inspiration Point is a unique festival founded in 1950 by Dr. Henry Hobart. Affiliated with the National Federation of Music Clubs, it is regarded as a prominent training program for all singers interested in pursuing a career in opera.
Address: 16311 W. Hwy 62 Phone: 479 253 2491
Painting with a Twist
Create a masterpiece of your own with step-by-step instructions from local artists. Choose from two- or three-hour classes. Regular classes and family classes offered. Adult beverages available during regular class sessions.
Address: 1404 N. College, Fayetteville Phone: 479-966-4222
Poor Richard's Art
Commercial exhibition gallery featuring pottery, paintings, photography, baskets, stained glass and jewelry for sale from artisans in Northwest Arkansas.
Address: 116 S. 1st Phone: 479 636 0417
Portraits by Kathy Riddick
Self-representing commercial exhibition gallery featuring protraits in pastel or oil for sale by artist Kathy Riddick.
Address: 1511 E. Woodbrook Phone: 479 521 3101
Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall
World-class faculty and gifted students bring an outstanding selection of musical events to the Walton Arts Center and Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall. The award-winning and nationally recognized Music Department offers a diverse set of guest artists, as well as original pieces for little to no cost to music lovers.
Address: UA Campus Phone: 479 575 4701
Self-representing commercial exhibition gallery featuring artwork for sale by Kathy P. Thompson.
Address: 3 E. Mountain Phone: 479 521 1502
Terra Studios is located in the Ozark Mountains near Fayetteville, Arkansas. Here, artisans produce glass and pottery homewares, gifts and fine art pieces. Terra visitors can stroll along the wooded paths through the mural garden, explore the pottery showroom and watch skilled glassworkers create the now famous Bluebird of Happiness
Address: 12103 Hazel Valley Rd Phone: 479-643-3185
The Artist Within Studio School
Address: 384 E. Sunbridge Phone: 479 444 6131
A professional theatre company that presents a diverse season of comedies, dramas and musicals from their home stage at Nadine Baum Studios in the Walton Arts Center.
Address: 116 W. Spring Phone: 479 445 6333
Trike Theatre *located in Bentonville
Trike Theatre, Northwest Arkansas’ Professional Theatre for Youth, provides exceptional theatre experiences for ages 4-18 through Academy camps/classes/productions, Theatre for Youth and Outreach workshops.
Address: 209 NE 2nd Street, Bentonville Phone: 479 464 5084
UA Anne Kittrell Gallery
Exhibition gallery featuring works in various media by visiting and student artists.
Address: UA Campus, Student Union Phone: 479 575 5255
UA Fine Arts Gallery
Exhibition gallery featuring works in various media by visiting and student artists; permenant collection includes acclaimed mobile works by artist Alexander Calder and signed prints by internationally renowned artist Salvador Dali.
Address: UA Campus, Fine Arts Center Phone: 479 575 7987
UA Global Campus
Address: 2 E. Center Phone: 479-575-6489
UA Mullins Library
Address: UA Campus Phone: 479 575 6702
A student driven season of eight shows displays the talents of undergraduate and graduate performers and designers from the university's Department of Drama.
Address: UA Campus Phone: 479 575 4752
Walton Arts Center
Arkansas' largest venue for the performing arts and entertainment, the center is located in the heart of Dickson Street. More than 150,000 people annually are drawn to numerous Broadway musicals, dance performances, comedy shows and theater productions.
Address: 495 W. Dickson St. Phone: 479.443.5600
Wings & Roots Studio
Self-representing commercial exhibition gallery featuring oil paintings for sale by artist MM Kent.
Address: 219 S. West Phone: 479 571 3581
World Peace Prayer Fountain
The fountain at the Town Center is ten feet in diameter and weighs 8000 pounds. The public art display is layered with the phrase "May Peace Prevail on Earth" in more than 100 languages.
Address: 15 W. Mountain Phone: 479 587 9944