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.
A Sense of Place
Fenix Artists Exhibition
April 7- May 28
A sense of place refers to the emotive bonds and attachments people develop or experience in particular locations and environments, at scales running from the home to the nation.
Sense of Place is also used to describe the distinctiveness or unique character of particular localities and regions.
Perhaps Sense of Place also encompasses “ sense of self”, how an individual’s feeling of identity, uniqueness and self-direction in the world define our Sense of Place… what is our place in the world, macro or microcosm?? Do we have a place at the table? And what do we bring to this place?
Opening Reception: April 7, 2022
4:30 PM – 8:30 PM
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.
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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.
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150 N Skyline Drive
Mount Sequoyah, Millar Lodge
Fayetteville, AR 72701
PO Box 2892
Fayetteville, AR 72702
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