Eureka Springs is a place that fosters and celebrates the arts. Whether it’s a jamboree of traditional Ozarks music or a local food and wine festival, Eureka Springs cultural events inspire and delight the senses. Near the end of September, there will be two events in Eureka Springs: one to enchant the eyes and the other, to bring music to your ears…
Eureka Springs Artists Studio Tour
This free self-guided tour gives you four days to explore Eureka Springs’ artist studios. The Studio Tour opens on Thursday with a number of artists’ demonstrations:
9 am to 4 pm - Terry Russell will demonstrate pit firing ceramics.
10 am to 1 pm - Lorna Trigg will show you how to build a drum.
1 to 2 pm - Chon Stanley will create a pendant.
2 to 4 pm - Craig Hirsch will make an ocarina (clay flute) and then demonstrate how to tune it.
This annual Eureka Springs event showcases local artists working in a variety of media and styles. There’s nothing quite like a studio tour. It’s a wonderful intimate setting to meet the artists, discuss the work, buy a special piece and make new friends. For more information, visit EurekaSpringsStudioTour.com.
2012 Jazz Eureka in Eureka Springs
All weekend, local and regional jazz artists will fill downtown Basin Park with music. The concerts in the park are free. Come to the park to enjoy the music and the friendly crowd.
The headlining act for Jazz Eureka 2012 is American jazz trombonist, Delfeayo Marsalis. His Saturday, September 22, 2012 concert at The Auditorium will begin at 7:30 pm. Tickets for the Delfeayo Marsalis Quartet at Jazz Eureka are available at TheAud.org.
Our Eureka Springs B&B is ready to give the finest Arkansas hospitality to all you culture lovers! Come for a stay at our Ozarks lodging while you enjoy Jazz Eureka and the Artists Studio Tour in Eureka Springs.