The Fuse Project presents Read and Repeat—a multimedia concert featuring new work composed specifically for the Fuse Project and Crystal Bridges. The composer will be selected through a call for scores open to composers of all nationalities and ages. Each of the other works on the program will serve as cornerstones of Minimalist music by the United States’ most prominent Minimalist composers. The music will be paired with real-time video art that responds to both rhythm and harmony and creates an integrated audiovisual experience for the audience. The performance includes:
? Composer TBA Fanfare (a short piece selected through a national Call for Scores composed for two violins)
? Terry Riley, Olson III | *Arkansas Premiere, Regional Premiere
? Steve Reich, “Clapping Music” | *Arkansas Premiere
? Philip Glass, “Piece in the Shape of a Square” | *Arkansas Premiere, Regional
Free, register online or by calling Guest Services at 479-657-2335
Enjoy music by the new local group 38 Degrees North, plus outdoor art-making for all ages. Free, no registration required.
Get together with artinfusion Members and friends at a special Culture Hour just for you!
Artinfusion Members and friends are invited to come together on the fourth Wednesday of each month to meet and mingle during Culture Hour in Eleven. Enjoy networking, complimentary nosh, and $5 drink specials in Eleven, then stroll the galleries while they are open late. Culture Hour special pricing typically ends at 7 pm, but on these fourth Wednesdays we extend the deals for artinfusion Members (with proof of membership) until 9 pm. Bring a friend! Artinfusion is especially for ages 21 – 40s. Artinfusion is sponsored by Blue Moon Brewing Company, Arvest, and RopeSwing. Free, no registration required.
EUREKA! The Art of Being explores the artistry in all of us through the creativity and camaraderie of the art community in Eureka Springs, Arkansas - a town of 2,000 people tucked away in the Ozarks where over 300 artists, musicians and writers call home.The film screening will be followed by a post-discussion with the filmmaker, L. Kai Roberts, and guest artists featured in the film. Opening the event is a special performance by Native American flute payer John Two Hawks from 7 to 7:30 p.m. and an artwork showcase by Eureka Springs artists featured in the film. Sponsored by Demara Titzer and the Legacy Fayetteville Condominiums. Free, register online or by calling Guest Services at 479-657-2335.
The Wednesday Bentonville Farmers Market will have produce, prepared foods and crafts; patrons can expect to see some familiar vendors as well as brand new vendors. Take a class at the Bentonville Community Center and pick up some local produce on your way home. Wednesday Market is sponsored by Farm Credit.
DBI is bringing the Jazz to Tavola Thursday, May 28th. Join Roby Pantall and Ron Pennington to hear some JAZZ full of richness and beauty!
The Vine Brothers are kicking off their 2015 summer tour by throwing down at the wonderfully delicious Pressroom in downtown Bentonville, AR.
For more information about the Vine Brothers vist: www.thevinebrothers.com
From their ‘Little Trike Series’, Trike Theatre, Northwest Arkansas’ professional theatre for youth, brings to life, THREE BILLY GOATS GRUFF, a tale of three little goats trying to cross a bridge. This interactive, family friendly productionis told by two professional actors in the intimate setting of Trike Theatre’s Black Box Studio and is perfect for audience members ages 2-5. This fun filled show transforms the ordinary into extraordinary through a classic story that highlights working together and facing your fears. Three Billy Goats Gruff comes to life May 29th – May 7th.
Tickets are general seating, are only $5 and can be purchased at, www.triketheare.org. Come see this fun and interactive Come experience this telling of a classic story that will have your little ones thinking, laughing, and learning. Tickets go quickly so reserve yours now! For more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 4TET is back with live jazz on Saturday, May 30th, at 6:30 pm in the Walmart World Room at The Walmart Museum. Tickets are $5 with proceeds benefitting Faith in Action. Doors open at 6. Tickets can be purchased in advance.