Collaborating with NWA African American Heritage Associaton
A Sense Of Place Exhibit
Featuring Angela Davis Johnson
A Sense Of Place Exhibit
Featuring Donovan Brutus
Art Gallery & Studios
Sunday Salon - Artist Talks
Feb 19 2-5pm
The Fayetteville Underground Gallery invites you to our opening reception for February 2017 that is a collaborative project between the Gallery and NWA African American Heritage Association.
Featured artists include Fayetteville native Phil Deffebaugh and local videographer Leo Smith. will be at the gallery on First Thursday. This exhibition, A Sense of Place, was funded in part by the Arkansas Arts Council.
Come see the artwork of our monthly featured artists: Phil Deffebaugh and Leo Smith.
Exhibition also features works by Angela Davis Johnson, Cory Perry, Donovan Brutus, Joelle Storet, Morgan Bame and MJ Fentis.
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 UNDERGROUND GALLERY SUNDAY SALON
February 19, 2–5pm is Sunday Salon featuring Artist Talks
Bring your friends and family to the Gallery after brunch to begin your week. Check out our social media for additional events.
WALMART FOUNDATION AWARDS $42,000 TO FAYETTEVILLE ART ALLIANCE/ FAYETTEVILLE UNDERGROUND GALLERY
Fayetteville Art Alliance is proud to announce receipt of a $42,000 Walmart Foundation Grant to support Fayetteville Art Alliance’s Community Exhibitions and Programming for 2017. This Walmart 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, artists, education and public engagement in the arts.
WINDGATE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION GRANTS $50,000 OVER 2 YEARS
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.
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