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This nationally recognized festival of art and nature is one of the Top 10 Summer Festivals for Families on the popular blog Road Trips for Families. The festival and the presenting organization, the Walton Arts Center, work together with the community to create sustainable initiatives throughout the festival events.
From the Trail Mix Concert Tour to musical performances in some of Northwest Arkansas most inspiring architecture, Artosphere presents world class music in surprising ways. Local musicians as well as musicians from major symphonies and distinguished music programs from around the world perform mini-concerts, impromptu mini-performances in unexpected locations and traditional concerts across Northwest Arkansas. Learn more about the Artosphere Festival Orchestra.
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Find strength in the Natural Movement Series as you experience the power of physical movement in natural surroundings. Celebrate the Summer Solstice in a Journey to the Solstice (June 22) with music at James Turrell’s Skyspace at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
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Experience the powerful connection between a young man and his horse in War Horse. Winner of five 2011 Tony Awards, War Horse (May22-26) is a must see.
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See fantastic art exhibits that bridge the boundaries between art, nature and everyday life. The Herd and the Swarm, Untamed, Spiral Wetland, Sun Boxes and more are on exhibit April-June.
Learn more about the Walton Arts Center in Northwest Arkansas and see more things to do in the Greater Eureka Springs Region. Many Northwest Arkansas attractions are located within a short, scenic drive from Eureka Springs. Plan on staying awhile.
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