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Spring Arts & Cultural Festival

Spring Arts & Cultural Festival

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The NWACC Spring Arts and Culture Festival (SACF) is a multi-day, interdisciplinary festival that brings together artists, academics, intellectuals and other members of the NWA and NWACC community to reflect on an annual theme. 

This year, SACF will explore the theme 20/20 Vision from many angles, examining perspectives and asking whether we have a clear understanding of ourselves, the “other" and the larger world. Join us as we highlight diverse viewpoints through multidisciplinary lenses and explore what sharpens vision and what obscures it.

The festival is designed to challenge your views on the senses and the arts as well as history, society, culture, politics, business, science, health and more by asking you to examine biases, blind spots and perspectives. All events are FREE and open to the public.

If you're interested in proposing an event that connects to this year's 20/20 vision theme, feel free to check out our tips on proposing, planning and presenting at SACF. 

Once you have an event in mind, fill out our event proposal form:  Proposal Form

Interested in supporting SACF through a monetary gift? See our donation form: Donate

SACF Dates: March 2-5, 2020

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Event Schedule

Learn more about the 20/20 vision themed events scheduled for this year's festival and plan accordingly for this four-day festival.


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Take a look at our previous SACF events that have taken place around NWACC campus and the northwest Arkansas community. 


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Eager to learn more about SACF or about being an event organizer? We are here to help. Feel free to shoot us an email.  

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