The 2014 Bentonville Art & Culinary Festival is the celebration of the arts in all its forms. From June 1st – June 30th, offers a wide variety of programming – from special culinary events, visual art shows and live music performances to creative children’s activities, film workshops and chef demonstrations. As the home of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and 21c Museum Hotel, Compton Gardens and the Bentonville Public Library, award winning restaurants, numerous festivals, public art and art galleries, Downtown Bentonville is unquestionably the epicenter of Bentonville’s emerging art, cultural and culinary scene.
A full Schedule of Events on the heading at the top of the page will continue to be updated with festival programming.
A Street Gallery is located at 1010 SW A Street in Downtown Bentonville's Art District. With an emphasis on quality, A Street Gallery provides unique works of art including painting and sculpture to enhance both corporate and individual environments. GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday - Friday 11-5; Saturday 11-2 or by appointment. Commission works available through art consultation.
1010 SW A Street Bentonville, AR 72712 662.210.1080
FABRIC WORK | BOOTH 218 | SCOTTSDALE, AR
Join us for a unique culinary experience! The chefs of The Hive at 21c Museum Hotel Bentonville, Eleven at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and Tusk and Trotter American Brasserie, River Grille Steakhouse, Big Rub BBQ and others will be presenting a unique culinary experience together on the East Lawn of the Blake House in Downtown Bentonville. Music by Snake Eyes Can’t Wait to Playboys. Sponsored by Cox Communications, Montinore Estate, Premium Brands and Downtown Bentonville, Inc. (DBI). Tickets are $35 for DBI Members and $45 for DBI non-members.
FABRIC WORK | ART BOOTH 313 | OMAHA, NE
JEWELRY | ART MARKET BOOTH 309 | OZARK, MO
ACRYLIC | ART MARKET BOOTH 315 | WASHBURN, MO: Bill Gosch obtained a BFA Degree in 1989 from Missouri State University. He paints in a variety of styles using acrylic on canvas or board. Most recently he has been working in a Cubist manner influenced by Braque and Picasso which can be seen in his works The Cello Player and The Violinist.
WOODWORKING | ART MARKET BOOTH 410 | ROCKY COMFORT, MO
WOODWORKING | ART MARKET BOOTH 216 | JAY, OK
The Block St. Hot Club is a Gypsy Jazz Quartet from Fayetteville, AR. They play classic tunes from the gypsy jazz repertoire. They will be on the Walton Arts Center Main Stage starting at 10:00am on Saturday, June 7, 2014, during the Bentonville Farmers Market.
JEWELRY | ART MARKET BOOTH 414 | BELLA VISTA, AR