Artosphere 2023 - A month of celebrating artists and performers

April 21, 2023 00:15:17
Artosphere 2023 - A month of celebrating artists and performers
What's Up! NWA and River Valley
Artosphere 2023 - A month of celebrating artists and performers

Apr 21 2023 | 00:15:17

/

Hosted By

Becca Martin-Brown Monica Hooper April Wallace

Show Notes

Walton Arts Center Vice President of Programming Jennifer Ross and Sarah Jones, Learning Programs & Festivals Specialist, stop by to discuss the programming for this year’s Artosphere, celebrating art, music and nature with a mix of free, low-cost and paid performances, activities and events for the whole family.
 
Each year, the month-long festival spotlights artists and performers from around the world who are inspired by nature. Artosphere aims to provide a framework for people to discuss issues of sustainability and environmental awareness. Programming continues throughout the month of May.
 
Read more about Artosphere on Sunday April 30 at nwaonline.com/whatsup/
 
Don't miss the latest news in Northwest Arkansas, sign up for our free newsletters at: nwaonline.com/email/
 
Support you local news, subscribe at: https://www.nwaonline.com/podcast23/

Other Episodes

Episode

February 14, 2024 00:15:41
Episode Cover

Reviving a Classic: 'Company' takes the stage at the Walton Arts Center

"Company," a new production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s groundbreaking musical comedy, comes Feb. 20-25 to the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. Join...

Listen

Episode 0

December 31, 2019 00:49:03
Episode Cover

Octavio Logo helps paint a picture of NWA's immigrant population

Octavio Logo, a multidisciplinary artist, and Ellen Weintraut, a lawyer with Northwest Immigration Law, stopped by the Northwest-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette podcast studio to talk through...

Listen

Episode

August 10, 2022 00:08:35
Episode Cover

Interview with musician Alisha Pattillo

Northwest Arkansas’ vast array of musicians never fails to impress. When we heard of Alisha Pattillo, who recently jammed with The Extemporaneous Music Society...

Listen