Located in historic (and historically funky!) Winslow, Ozark Folkways is where the art of today meets the craft traditions of generations past; and music, food, fun and family reach across generations to bring people together.
Apart from the everyday offerings of art and crafts, we have a number of special events coming up over the next few months. There’s bound to be something for you:
The Photography of Caleb Courteau”
Friday, August 1
Wine and cheese reception from 6-8 pm.
Ozark Folkways features the amazing black and white photography of Northwest Arkansas artist Caleb Courteau.
Caleb’s work in black and white is as warm and embracing, as it is haunting. It has a tone and a light that will stay with you long after the show is taken down.
Caleb’s work will be on display from August 1-15 at Ozark Folkways.
August 4-8, 9:00 am – 12:00 noon
Ms. Erin and Ms. Tracy come out of retirement!
On each of four days, a different local artist will show work and lead an activity for students. Day five will be for an exhibition of the children’s art, including a reception.