The North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts and Education, located in Fairfield Bay, Arkansas, works to achieve its mission through professional development programs, advocacy projects and collaborative initiatives among artists, arts organizations and educators. We engage teachers, administrators, artists, cultural organizations and parents in strengthening quality arts education throughout a region that is known for its cultural and educational richness.
Learning and participation in music, dance, theater, and the visual arts are profitable to the development of our children and our communities. Through advocacy, partnerships, and professional development, North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts and Education strives to provide and secure more resources and support for arts education.
Featured Exhibit: West Side-Greers Ferry High School (January-Februry)
Community Gallery, 1st Service Bank in Clinton. Mixed media works by students, including pieces for sale.
The Artmobile is a state wide traveling museum of art featuring famous artists using various artistic methods and techniques. The theme for 2016 is "Animals: Familiar & Fantastic" which brings to life creatures, both real and imaginary. Katie Combs, the new art historian, will serve as tour guide and will greet all visitors. We are proud to bring these events with the help of our sponsors, so please plan to participate in one or more Community Nights.
ArtMobile @ Westside-Greers Ferry
ArtMobile @ Concord Schools January 25-29
Community Night Open House: Thursday, January 21, 6-8 PM
ArtMobile @ Clinton Schools January 25-29
Community Night Open House: Thursday, January 28, 6-8 PM