September 9, 2021


Crafty Arkansas

NWA Daily

Start marking your calendars, because fall craft fairs are coming. 

  • Knick Knacks: You can even take a look at this map to see where they’ll be. Hundreds of local artisans, makers and artists prepare year ‘round for the fall fairs, selling things like jewelry, furniture, quilts, art and more!
  • Always more: While you make your rounds at the craft fairs, you might as well make your way to antique malls and flea markets in the area too!

For the list of craft fairs, click HERE


Art in the Streets

NWA Daily

The brick-lined streets of downtown Rogers are ready for your feet this Thursday, Sept. 9 for the Art on the Bricks Art Walk.

  • Arkansas art: You can meet local artists, visit pop-up galleries and art exhibits, and pop in to local restaurants and breweries while you shop around town from 4:30-7:30p. There will be live music in various locations intermingled with the artists and antiques stores. 
  • Get around: The Ozark Regional Transit will be providing free shuttles around town, stopping at each location 2 times per hour. 

Click HERE for a map of participating locations, parking and shuttle stops.

Sponsored by Explore Eden

A New Frontier

Explore Eden

There’s a new way to explore and experience the Natural State thanks to a startup in Fayetteville. Explore Eden is a service that connects campers with land owners that want to rent out their pristine land as campsites.

  • Looking for land: Hosts set their own prices, availability and rules for their property, and Explore Eden is available to help every step of the way. The startup is currently looking for hosts, so if you have land and would like to earn some passive income by hosting explorers, start with Explore Eden! 
  • Stay in the loop: The Explore Eden app will be launching in a couple weeks. Sign up for updates on the website

Click HERE for more.

Art & Architecture

Portugal Panel

NWA Daily

We’re going to Lisbon, Portugal! Well, the design team of University of Arkansas’ Adohi Hall is. 

  • Pioneering venture: The residence hall was chosen to be on a shortlist of projects for the World Architecture Festival (WAF). Adohi Hall in Fayetteville made it in the category for the “Best Use of Certified Timber,” which isn’t surprising considering it is the “first large-scale mass timber building in the nation.” 
  • Pressure's on: With a record number of entries this year, 496 projects were shortlisted from 62 counties around the world. The teams will present live in front of a judging panel and compete at WAF in Lisbon Dec. 1-3. 

Learn more HERE.


Up, Down, Upside Down

NWA Daily

There’s a live performance coming back to the exterior wall of The Momentary Tower. And it’s so cool, it’s members only. 

  • Reimagined: BANDALOOP is choreography, climbing and dancing all on a vertical stage — in this case, The Tower facade. Before BANDALOOP there will be a screening of an award winning short film, followed by a performance by FLOOD. Show up to bend your perspective on Sept. 28.
  • Perks: You can become a Momentary member for only $75/yr or $6.50/mo. Sign up today to have access to member exclusive events like this one. 

Learn more HERE

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