Arts & Culture
470288 Highway 101
Sequoyah built this one-room log cabin in 1829 shortly after moving to Oklahoma; he was originally from Tennessee and born around 1778. Despite having a bad leg, he became known as a skilled blacksmith, silversmith and artist. In 1809 he began exper…
18154 First Street
On the long list of Oklahoma’s historical gems, the Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center in Spiro has earned its place near the top. Once the seat of power during the Mississippian period (circa 800-1500 AD), the Spiro people ruled over a confederation…
301 Parker Avenue
At Fort Smith National Historic Site you can walk where Mexican War & Civil War soldiers drilled, pause along the Trail of Tears, and stand where justice was served to some of the most vile outlaws of The Wild West. The park includes: Belle Point (Si…
15 South 9th St
Franco Fasoli, aka Jaz, is one of Argentina’s best known and most talented street artists. Jaz studied scenography at the Instituto del Teatro Colón and studied painting, drawing and ceramics at Instituto Universitario Naciónal de Arte (IUNA) which h…
101 N 2nd St
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15 North 2 Street
The skilled faculty and students worked together to transform this vintage bus located inside the gates of the unique pocket park known as The Park at West End during The Unexpected project in 2017.
8300 Wells Lake Road
The Janet Huckabee Arkansas River Valley Nature Center sits on 170 acres of land in Fort Smith that were previously part of Fort Chaffee. The building overlooks Wells Lake, a popular local fishing and picnicking destination! Built in the fertile Arka…