First Thursday August
A Tim West Retrospective including landscapes, prints, sculptures, and drawings by the Ozark legend is featured along with photographs of the artist by Diana Hausam.
The Tim West exhibit is curated by folklorist and poet Willi Goehring.
An interactive installation inspired by the Buffalo River and created by Newton County Native Amber Imrie- Situnayake awaits in the Adventure Subaru Gallery,.
Josh Duke in collaboration Saatchi and Saatchi X has produced an excellent collection of photographs which are portraits of Fayetteville Farmers’ Market vendors.
Traditional and contemporary work by Sage Bilig, Ashley Byers, Chris Drobnock, Robert Lemming, and Brenton Smith is on exhibit together with the art of regularly exhibiting regional artists of the Fayetteville Underground.
Enjoy Food by Farmer’s Table and beer from Ozark Beer Company.
For more on the current exhibit follow the facebook link below
The Fayetteville Underground is a non-profit contemporary art gallery and education center located on the Fayetteville Square in downtown Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Details of upcoming events may be found in the Calendar menu or at the Facebook Link below.
The mission of the Fayetteville Underground is to promote the visual arts in
Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas, support area artists working to high standards,
and contribute to the advancement of Fayetteville as a destination city for the arts.
We have many people to thank for the success of the Fayetteville Underground Art Gallery, especially those generous folks who have made donations to our mission in both time and currency. You make it possible for us to keep the art fresh and the programs entertaining.
For the past year The Windgate Foundation has generously matched all donations to the
Fayetteville Underground, up to a total of $25,000. You can help our efforts to support
local artists and provide educational opportunities for our community.
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We rely on sponsors, volunteers, interns, and our supporting members
to provide accessible art- a vital source of nourishment for the community in Northwest Arkansas.
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