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Festivals – Light Increasing as the Sun Moves Northward

In the midst of winter in the northern latitudes, snow drops (flowers) begin to appear, sometimes right out of the snow! We are in the middle of winter now –

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Walton Arts Center names VoiceJam competitors, auditions open for WACappella

Born out of the popularity of TV shows like “Glee” and movies like “Pitch Perfect,” the Walton Arts Center’s VoiceJam A Cappella Festival returns April 12-13, and this week, the


Wisdom of Charlie Brown comes to FSLT stage Feb. 15

“As long as you have a positive outlook and surround yourself with people who love and support you, it’s OK to try and fail.” “Trust people’s actions over their words.”


Ra-Ve puts Indian heritage center stage at youth festival Feb. 10

Yuva Utsav isn’t an idea unique to Northwest Arkansas. From Hindi, the phrase translates to “youth festival,” and its purpose in the South Asian country is to “generate appreciation about


Juried registry puts spotlight on Arkansas women artists

This time, 63 artists applied, and 40 were selected for the 2023-2025 Juried Artist Registry. And juror Matthew Bailey, Ph.D., gallery director and assistant professor of art and design at

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Northern Ireland’s Cahoots theater company brings wonder to Jones Center

In “cahoots” might be someplace you think you don’t want be, because it often has a negative connotation. But in reality, the colloquial phrase comes from old French for “hut”

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

What do YOU want to do? The “arts” are more than seeing something on stage; they’re book clubs and cooking classes, kids’ programs and lectures. Here’s a new calendar to


LIVE! Music: Music on the Mountain, Folk Center announce concerts, Willi Carlisle releases ‘Critterland’

Mount Sequoyah has announced the return of the spring Music on the Mountain series kicking off March 9 with Shannon Wurst; Jude Brothers on March 30; Smokey and the Mirror,