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SPRINGDALE, ARK.Creative Arkansas Community Hub & Exchange (CACHE) presents October 2022 events:

Public Art
CACHE has commissioned Nashville-based artist Amelia Briggs for a third Famous Hardware store installation, now on view in Downtown Springdale. The Tyson Family Foundation provided funding support for Famous Hardware store installations.

What: Pony Gate
Who: Amelia Briggs
When: on view through mid-November
Where: 113 W. Emma Avenue, Springdale, AR 72764

Season two of Groundwaves, the hip-hop open mic and mentorship program led by West Coast rapper Murs, comes to a close this month. Any artist who performs at the open mic night is eligible to sit down with Murs for coaching the next day. Spectators or guests are welcome. 

What: Groundwaves
Who: Murs + CACHE
When: Tuesday, October 11, 6 pm
Where: 214 S. Main St. Springdale, AR 72764


Year of Leaning + Outreach (YOLO)
Our Year of Learning + Outreach, or YOLO, series connects creatives and organizations to resources, learning, and opportunities.

What: Public Art 101
Who: Lucas Cowan, Director of Public and Visual Arts, CACHE
When: Wednesday, October 5, 12 - 1:30 pm
Where: Mount Sequoyah Bailey Center, 150 N Skyline Dr, Fayetteville, AR 72701
**Note: Lunch will be served. RSVP required by October 3 at noon, please register here.

What: Art for All: A Conversation on Creative Justice
Who: Lia Uribe and Lisa Corrigan
When: Thursday, October 27, 11 am - 12:30 pm
Where: 214 by CACHE
**Note: Brunch will be served. RSVP required by October 24 at noon, please register here.

What: Overcoming Nonprofit Overwhelm
Who: Alison Nail Malone, Malone Consultancy Group
When: Tuesday, November 1, 12 - 1:30 pm
Where: Kalaloka Institute of Fine Arts, 1380 SW Westpark Dr., Suites 1- 2, Bentonville, AR 72712
**Note: Lunch will be served. RSVP required by October 25 at noon, please register here.

Creators Village
Creators’ Village has partnered with CACHE for 11 in-depth, in-person learning opportunities specifically for musicians. Each session will focus on a different topic.

What: Collaborative Partnerships
Who: Creators Village and CACHE
When: Tuesday, October 18, 6 pm
Where: 214 S. Main St. Springdale, AR 72764

Creative Exchange Fund (CXF)
CXF is a yearlong programming initiative to promote performing artists, artist residencies, curatorial opportunities, and music ecosystem development in partnership with the Tyson Family Foundation. Through five funding opportunities, CXF invests in local creative production capabilities and skill sets by subsidizing artist time, access to space, and professional development resources. 

These events are free to attend; no reservations or registration is required. More information can be found on our website.

Mixtape Music Series
What: Free monthly music performances for the public; all ages welcome.
Who: Earl Hazard (Hip Hop/Rap) + Sewlo (Hip Hop/Rap)
When: Wednesday, October 19, 7 pm
Where: 214 S. Main St. Springdale, AR

Artists in Residence
214 by CACHE artists in residence will open the doors to their studios for guests to meet the artists, learn about their work, and their residency.


  • Janice Agustin, Handmade Artist Books
    October 7, 10 am
  • Yanique Graham, Transformation
    October 18, 10 am

  • Markeith Woods, The American Dream
    October 22, 12 pm

  • Kieran Tverbakk, Huldra
    October 28, 12 pm 

Where: 214 S. Main St. Springdale, AR


Call for Curators
What: Call for Curators provides curators the necessary resources to realize an innovative project at 214 by CACHE. 


  • Thomas Erickson, Perennial Meditation
    Now on View 
  • Rumwolf Pop A.V.
    Now on View

Where: 214 S. Main St. Springdale, AR



Creative Arkansas Community Hub & Exchange (CACHE) formed in 2019 to act as the central regional agency committed to connecting, supporting, and developing the region’s arts, culture, and creative communities. CACHE brings cohesive vision and strategy to the region’s organic creative activities, uplifting local artists, the nonprofit sector, municipal leadership, creative industries, and arts philanthropy and investments. CACHE programs include the Arts and Culture Bridge Fund, OZCast, region-wide cultural planning, the Music Ecosystem Strategy and Action Plan, ARt Connect, and the Arts Resource Desk. Learn more at