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White Street Studio Walk: Art, people, Eureka Springs partying

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click to enlarge White Street in Eureka: The place to be on May 20.
  • White Street in Eureka: The place to be on May 20.


The White Street Studio Walk is perhaps the most festive of the Eureka Springs' May Festival of the Arts events, with tons of people filling the charming street and artists studios. This year, from 4 p.m,. to 10 p.m. May 20, there will be more than 40 guest artists in addition to the White Street regulars, showing paintings, weaving, jewelry, pottery, stained glass, bead work and Eureka bonhomie.

White Street residents and organizers are Zeek Taylor, painter; Eleanor Lux, weaver and beader and Arkansas Living Treasure for 2016; and painter/sculptor Mary Springer.

For more info, email Taylor at zeek.taylor@cox.net, and for more Festival of the Arts events, go here.

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