Art Gallery & Studios
Fayetteville, Arkansas

Celebrating the Arts in Northwest Arkansas

Fayetteville Underground promotes the visual arts in Northwest Arkansas by actively collaborating with the community. We work to support our local artists to the highest standards, and encourage education and public engagement in the arts throughout Fayetteville and the surrounding area. 
Fueled by the endless support of our community and a dedicated group of volunteers, Fayetteville Underground now serves as a showcase for regional art with new exhibitions every month. In addition to monthly exhibits, the work of visiting visual artists is showcased regularly throughout the year. The Underground also collaborates with other local artists and arts organizations to plan events such as concerts, readings, classes and performances. Fayetteville Underground celebrates art from all disciplines including dance, film, painting, drawing, ceramics, music from all genres, and comedic theatre.  


Fayetteville Art Alliance is proud to announce receipt of a 2-Year $50,000 Windgate Charitable Foundation Grant. This Windgate grant allows the Fayetteville Underground Gallery to produce Art Exhibitions and Programming that uplift the quality of life in our communities by promoting visual art, education and public engagement in the arts.

January Exhibition

The Fayetteville Underground Gallery invites you to our opening reception for January 2017 that is highlighting two artists whose works describe “the line” in very distinct and contrasting ways. 

Featured artists LaDawna Whiteside and Michael Shaeffer will be at the gallery on First Thursday. Come by to meet them and have the opportunity to sign up for gallery talks by each artist presented later later this month.

Come see the artwork of our monthly featured artists, LaDawna Whiteside & Michael Shaeffer.
Exhibition also features works by Stacy Bates & Cheryl Kellar.

Learn More about our gallery & how to get involved

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Creation and maintenance of this website is supported by a small grant from the Fayetteville A & P Commission
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