We are all following the guidelines of health professionals and practicing physical distancing to prevent the spread of coronavirus. This distancing reminds us how much we miss our community and how important the arts are to our health and wellbeing.

In times like these, we turn to art to lift our spirits, help us process difficult situations, give us a temporary reprieve from our current reality and remind us that we are not alone.

While currently Walton Arts Center cannot welcome the community physically to experience performances, we can help connect you (virtually) so that you can still experience the performing arts.  

Once this intermission is over, we look forward to welcoming all of our community back to your Walton Arts Center for the next act. Until then, please enjoy the following performances and resources!

In the Spotlight

Ben Harris and Smokey and the Mirror

WAC hosts Red Cross Blood Drive with great music from Ben Harris and Smokey & the Mirror

  • On Wednesday, May 27, Walton Arts Center hosted a Red Cross Blood Drive. Thanks to our community, we surpassed our goal of 25 units and collected 37 units from 33 donors, 12 of whom were first time donors!  Hats off to everyone who donated!
  • During the Blood Drive, donors were serenaded by two great Fayetteville artists - Ben Harris and Smokey & the Mirror. We all appreciate their willingness to play - check out their YouTube pages for great music!