Share your memories and experiences with us!

Twenty-nine years ago, Walton Arts Center opened its doors thanks in large part to the commitment of a dedicated group of supporters. We’re celebrating the anniversary this year by kicking off My Walton Arts Center, a year-long campaign to collect memories from patrons, volunteers, staff, artists and partners.

We are asking people to call the number below and leave their name, the city they are calling from and a Walton Arts Center memory or experience. These can be a favorite memory that they have of Walton Arts Center, the first show they saw at the venue, what they value most about the arts center or why they consider Walton Arts Center their local theater.

Call the My Walton Arts Center voicemail at 479.571.2702 to share your memories and experiences today!

Walton Arts Center staff will collect memories throughout the year, with the goal of incorporating and highlighting select memories as part of the 30th anniversary celebration in 2022.

By leaving a recording, patrons are giving Walton Arts Center permission to use their voice or their memory in the campaign next year.

Construction starting on Walton Arts Center would change the face of Fayetteville’s Dickson Street.

Helen Walton and Billie Jo Starr officially opening Walton Arts Center on April 20, 1992.

From the start, Walton Arts Center has been focused on serving the community through the arts.

Walton Arts Center’s 2016 renovation and expansion added more than 30,000 square feet, improving the operational capacity and visitor experience for patrons and artists.

Walton Arts Center’s 2016 renovation and expansion added more than 30,000 square feet, improving the operational capacity and visitor experience for patrons and artists.