Fayetteville can now add its name to the long list of film festival towns.
One of Fayetteville’s greatest hidden treasures is a magical creature named Doug Shields, author of Benjamin Golden Devilhorns, an incredibly witty collection of short stories.
Known far and wide for his work with prolific folk music duo Still on the Hill, Kelly Mulhollan will celebrate a different talent, that of author, when he takes the podium Tuesday evening, July 26 at Nightbird Books.
William McNamara specializes in a type of watercolor painting that almost look like photo-realistic.
From the theatre company that brought you Venus In Fur comes Art, a play that delves into what makes something worthy of being called “art.”
She might be young, but she’s already an old pro.
What started out as a simple visit to Fayetteville, to spend time with his girlfriend, turned out to become an open door of opportunities for an artist hailing from Mexico City.
A Fayetteville arts variety show is upgrading to a bigger venue to accommodate its growing audience.
Starting the weekend of June 17 and through June 26, TheatreSquared is going to be showing off all the fresh new playwright talent the U.S. and Arkansas has to offer.
For more than 40 years, Tim West lived in the woods of Winslow, Ark. where he would spend his time making countless etchings and sculptures.