UA freshman brings passion for jewelry-making to campus, growing her business one customer at a time.
NWA residents can enjoy live music, carnival rides, the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market and more this weekend.
A local artist is promoting love and equality through commissioned public artwork.
“Murder for Two,” Joe Kinosian and Kellen Blair’s gut-busting musical farce, streams digitally from TheatreSquared through April 25.
“The Clean House,” the Arkansas Public Theatre’s second production of the 2021 season, runs through Sunday at the Victory Theater.
A celebration of the works of ten artists from across the Black diaspora will run through March 28 at Art Ventures Northwest Arkansas.
Los Angeles indie-rock band Wallows introduced elements of psychedelic pop and surf rock on their third EP, “Remote,” released Oct. 23.
Drifting from their glitzy glam-rock sound, British band The Struts channel classic rock power on “Strange Days.”
Mid-October music releases offer a wide variety of singles from artists such as Lana Del Rey, King Princess, Ameer Van and Coin.
Slow Pulp debuted their first studio album, “Moveys,” a ‘90s inspired project delving into themes of heartbreak, anxiety and loneliness.
Quarantine provided one local photographer an opportunity to get creative with her work and to use her platform to promote body positivity.
Friday music releases from Alicia Keys, Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper and others deliver smooth, soulful sounds that will add good vibes to this weekend’s playlists.
Matt Costa provides a 38-minute escape into the world of folk-pop on his seventh studio album, “Yellow Coat,” discussing topics such as nostalgia, heartbreak and healing.
Presented via live Zoom performances this weekend, MFA student Brendan Beseth’s “Thrift Store Junkie” delivers laughs, reflections on social isolation, and some not-so-accurate accents.
Cast, crew and administrators in the UA Department of Theatre and local NWA theater companies are adapting to COVID by preparing remote plays, reorganized seasons and more.
The Killers released their sixth studio album “Imploding the Mirage,” a ten-track alt-rock project sprinkled with elements of synthesizers and electronic keyboard.
Muralists collaborated with local business owners during the summer in Fayetteville’s first week-long mural festival.
Welding sweeping athletic movement with ballet influences, the ensemble of Arkansas Public Theatre’s “Newsies” dazzled with innovative, high-energy choreography.
An art exhibit by a Ghanaian artist explores immigration and the process of adapting to American culture.
A one-woman play that focuses on the life of one of the first black international superstars was performed at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center.
NWA residents gathered at Nomads Southtown over the weekend for a Mimosa Fest offering unique twists on the classic brunch beverage.
TheatreSquared’s “Royale” showcases the triumphs of boxing legend Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight boxing champion.
Major changes made to the UA Fine Arts Center Gallery offered viewers a more immersive experience during an Iranian artist’s multimedia exhibition.
A Northwest Arkansas nonprofit arts organization will stop making its popular glass bluebird figurines in an attempt to conserve energy and benefit the environment.
Post-holiday weekend festivities in Fayetteville include live theater, a craft show, men’s basketball and more.
Owners of Fayetteville vintage store Crimson and Clover started a vintage clothing market where they invite local creators to showcase and sell their work.
Brother Moses, a band of UA alumni, will play a concert at George’s Majestic Lounge on Nov. 14.
Director Robert Eggers’ black-and-white film “The Lighthouse” is stylistically compelling with an otherworldly plot, and showcases the talents of Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe.
A student has created a jewelry business and has sold around 400 earrings since May 23.
Students and alumni can attend the annual Homecoming parade, pep rally and more before the Razorbacks play the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
Local artist Aon Alta debuted a live oil pastel drawing Sept. 8 at a pop-up exhibit at Nomads Southbound cafe and music lounge.
Students were able to see a new exhibition, enjoy local music and mingle with other students Sunday at Crystal Bridges Museum’s College Day.
Broadway actress Liz Callaway pulls in audience members for a deeply moving theatrical experience that tackles depression and suicide with grace and humor.
A microphone stands in the performance area of the venue Cat's Cradle on Aug. 22. Cat's Cradle is a DIY music venue in Fayetteville that allows for people to perform shows in an intimate environment.
An orange cat named Clementine strolls between the legs of music lovers at Cat’s Cradle, a converted two-car garage turned music venue. The aroma of home cooking for visiting bands mingles with the smell of sweat from concertgoers cooling off in the backyard.
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