Fenix Arts

Fenix Arts seeks to support and nurture the established, emerging, and underrepresented artist community in NWA. We are committed to providing opportunities for collaboration and connectivity across art disciplines and creating opportunities for community involvement in the arts.

Rebirth & Taking Flight

2020 saw great changes for Fenix Arts. We received non-profit status and moved our gallery space to join the arts community at Mount Sequoyah Center. Fenix Arts is now located in the Millar Lodge just off Skyline Drive. We are looking forward to the collaborative opportunities and beautiful outdoor spaces that Mount Sequoyah offers. We anticipate a future of murals on the mountain and sculpture walks that will invite public engagement and bring this historic space to life with the arts.

Current Exhibit


June 2 – July 30, 2022

The focus of this exhibition will be to give voice to LGBTQIA+ artists from the mid-South area for a two-month-long juried exhibition featuring visual art, music, poetry and performance in celebration of this vibrant and creative community.

The exhibition will open June 2, 2022, at Fenix Arts at Mount Sequoyah Center in Fayetteville and at Gallery 212 in neighboring Springdale and run through July 30, 2022.


Up Coming Exhibits & Shows

Warp and Weft

Saturday, July 16, 2022

7:30 pm

Tickets are $15 at the door.
No advance ticket sales.

Warp and Weft is a Queer-forward fusion of music, dance, poetry, and visual art in which Queer artists create an experimental on-stage experience.

The flow of our program is the weaving process. Diverse artists form a colorful tapestry in which all different people belong and have equal status. The cast weave their raw Queer experiences into the fabric of humanity.


An Evening with Willi Carlisle

Ozark folk singer and story teller

Fenix Arts @ Mt. Sequoyah Center
Friday, July 22, 2022

8:00 pm
Tickets $15 on sale @ fenixarts.org
Limited seating

Willi Carlisle’s new production features brand new storytelling that accompanies his most recent album, “Peculiar, Missouri.” It’s a love story with folk songs and field recordings. This production won three awards, including “Best Solo Show”, at the Orlando Fringe Festival, the largest independent theater festival in the United States.


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The Hand at Fenix Arts

October 6 – November 12. 2022

The Hand Magazine and Fenix Arts invite all visual artists to a juried exhibit of alternative photography.

Work must be made in the last two years, and include analog processes as capture or print output, although digital intermediary steps may be engaged. Work may be either two or three-dimensional.

The exhibition will open October 6 through November 12, 2022 at Fenix Arts at Mount Sequoyah Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Click the button to register for The Hand Juried Exhibit on EntryThingy. Please create an account to enter.

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Fenix Arts Gallery

Fenix Arts

Visual and Performing Arts Center at Fenix
150 N Skyline Drive
Mount Sequoyah, Millar Lodge
Fayetteville, AR 72701

PO Box 2892
Fayetteville, AR 72702



150 W Skyline Dr,
Mount Sequoyah, Millar Building
Fayetteville, AR 72701

PO Box 2892
Fayetteville, AR 72702



Open Hours

Wednesday – Friday: 1 – 5 pm
Saturdays: Noon – 6 pm