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Arts & Culture+ Event Series

NWACC is expanding beyond its annual Spring Arts & Culture Festival (SACF) and hosting an Arts & Culture+ event series throughout the year! Events will include high-quality arts and cultural programming that highlight Hispanic, Latin American and Native American heritage, international education and Black history. 

The Arts & Culture+ event series will continue to solidify NWACC’s position as a hub for diverse programming that advances the vibrant and creative economy of Northwest Arkansas.

Events are FREE and for all ages! More events will be added to this site as the year progresses, so stay tuned!

Arts & Culture+ Hispanic Heritage & Excellence | Sept. - Oct.

Join in NWACC's Arts & Culture+ Hispanic Heritage & Excellence events and celebrate the contributions of Hispanic and Latin American people in art, society and business! Events include bike riding, dancing, a short film and more!

Hispanic Heritage & Excellence

Woman Singing on Microphone

Arts & Culture+ Banned Books Week | Oct. 

Join us for discussions that explore journalism, public policy and free speech during Banned Books Week.

Banned Books 

A Row of Books


International Education Week | Nov. 14 - 18

Join NWACC in celebrating International Education Week and learn about the benefits of international and multicultural education! 


International Education Week

Two Students Sitting and Surrounded by Flags

Arts & Culture+ Black History | Feb. 15th

Join us for an intimate chat with Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, theoretical physicist, feminist theorist and author of the book, "The Disordered Cosmos: A Journey into Dark Matter, Spacetime, and Dreams Deferred."


Black History

A Woman Standing Infront of a Painting of Stars

Spring Arts & Culture Festival | March 4 -8 

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



Student Looking at Artwork