Fenix Arts is committed to creating museum quality art exhibitions and experiences within the intimate space of our beautiful gallery at the top of Mount Sequoyah. We choose to bring underrepresented and emerging artists and voices to the forefront and to create connections across arts disciplines that will encourage more equitable communities in Northwest Arkansas.

Current Exhibit

Paper Routes

A statewide traveling exhibit sponsored by the Arkansas Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts

January 13 – February 26, 2022

The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) in Washington DC, for more than a decade, organizes a biennial international exhibition titled “Women to Watch”. In 2020, NMWA invited its outreach committees from around the globe to submit artist nominees to represent each committee for the “Paper Routes” exhibition. The Arkansas Committee, for the past 12 years, then organizes a statewide traveling exhibition of its nominees and it is presently traveling the state through February 2022. Fenix Arts (The Visual and Performing Arts Center at Fenix) is proud to host the last regional stop of “Women to Watch: Paper Routes” in Arkansas.

Artists at Fenix have been invited to exhibit alongside the regionally selected artists by Ms. Glen: Joli Livaudais (Little Rock), who was chosen to represent Arkansas in this international exhibition,  Kim Brewer (Little Rock), Linda Lopez (Fayetteville) and Suzannah Schreckhise (Fayetteville).

This statewide traveling exhibition sponsored by the Arkansas Committee of NMWA, is the sixth installment in the museum’s “Women to Watch” series. Below, Joli Livaudis, works in photographic images on Kozo paper and folds them (thousands of them) into beetles, using traditional origami patterns.


Art Reception


Sunday – January 16

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Imperata Garden

Joli Livaudais

Who’s on Our Money?

Suzannah Schreckhise


Linda Nuygen Lopez

Rosebud Moments in Paper Planes #3 (2012)

Kim Brewer

Up Coming Exhibits


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.

Click the button to register for the Queer juried Exhibit on EntryThingy. Please create an account to enter.

Past Exhibits

Small Works Holiday Show and Sale

Small Works Holiday Show and Sale

Small Works Holiday Show and Sale  November 11 – December 24 What could be easier than starting your holiday shopping at one of Fayetteville's most popular art galleries .... finding personal one-of-a-kind artwork for under $500, most under $250!  Even as low as $25! ...

Día De Los Muertos Contest and Exhibit

Día De Los Muertos Contest and Exhibit

October 22 – November 6  Día De Los Muertos Festival 2021, in conjunction with the Museum of Native American History in Bentonville and Fenix Arts Gallery, are sponsoring an art contest and exhibition to celebrate Dias de los Muertos. Thirty-four works by...

Resilient Together

Resilient Together

Resilient Together: The Artist’s Journey through Liminal Space August 6 - September 25  In the winter of 2019, Cindy Arsaga, Laurie Foster, Danielle Hatch, Pat Hennon, Aimee Papazian and Martha Guirl-Phillips, six serious and committed artists from Northwest...

“Re-Emergent” Members Exhibit

“Re-Emergent” Members Exhibit

The Fenix Gallery, formerly located in downtown Fayetteville, moved to Millar Lodge at Mt. Sequoyah in February and is now re-branded as FENIX ARTS to encompass the non-profit organization’s mission to promote educational and cultural programming in the visual and...



This exhibit titled, “Pronouns” is a trans and non-binary/gender fluid group show. The purpose is to give one of several fringe groups an opportunity to share their art work, as well as to participate in a discussion telling personal stories about how their creative...

Reflections of the Black Experience

Reflections of the Black Experience

Reflections of the Black Experience: Featuring Arkansas Artists and the 1619 ProjectReflections of The Black Experience, as an art collection, is reflective of the African diaspora to the modern-day Black experience in America by myself and amazing local and regional...

Chaos, Confusion, Creativity

Chaos, Confusion, Creativity

Chaos, Confusion, Creativity With themes reflecting pandemic coping mechanisms - creativity overcomes chaos and confusion - just as it did in previous periods of Art History. The pandemic era of 2020 will likely be viewed by future generations as an outpouring of...

Sewn In

Sewn In

SEWN IN: A Contemporary Look at Fiber Art The exhibit features fresh interpretations of traditional textile arts including embroidery, quilting, dyeing, weaving, and felting from artists across the state. Works in the exhibition both honor and challenge the tradition...

If you have an idea for an exhibition or collaboration with Fenix Arts, please email us at fenixartscenter@gmail.com.


PO Box 2892
150 N Skyline Drive
Millar Lodge
Fayetteville, AR 72702

Phone: 479-530-6023

Open Hours

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