Artosphere Is Back And Bigger Than Ever
Artosphere Arts + Nature Festival is a beautiful celebration of art, music, and nature that takes place annually at the Walton Arts Center, along with other locations around Fayetteville.
This year, the festival will take place from May 4-27, and will feature musical performances, outdoor events, art exhibits, and various other activities.
This year’s edition marks the first time the festival is taking place on a large scale since the pandemic, and this year’s theme reflects that with its attempt to return to the basics by focusing on art, nature, and sustainability.
A key highlight of this is the Sol exhibition which will allow visitors to enjoy depictions of key moments in Artosphere history with a focus on light, energy, and environmental sustainability.
Past Artosphere favorites like the AFO (Artosphere Festival Orchestra) will make a return this year, with a full-featured performance and mini pop-up concerts in different locations throughout the festival. The Artosphere Trail Mix will also make a return at the festival, with visitors able to enjoy art in nature through exhibits and activities put up by various performers situated along the outdoors trail.
A large number of free events makes the festival more accessible than ever, and there is plenty to enjoy for families during the multi-week event! To check out the complete schedule, please click here: https://waltonartscenter.org/artosphere/. The festival app is also a great source of information and is available on both the App Store and the Play Store.