Delivering a curated mix of original art from artists working in the Ozarks.
MIXD Gallery is an emerging, accessible art space located in the Pinnacle Heights district in Rogers, Arkansas. In the heart of the Northwest Arkansas region, MIXD is a cultural estuary between Bentonville’s world-class museums and the University of Arkansas’s School of Art in Fayetteville. A contemporary space made for creative gathering and dialogue, MIXD seeks to offer an equitable opportunity in celebrating and collecting the work of artists and creative practitioners across the region.
MIXD produces quarterly curated “drops” of original art surrounding a particular media or theme. Featuring a diverse group of contemporary artists living and working in the Ozark region, MIXD shows a vast array of paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture, in addition to a number of functional items, including ceramics, furniture, and more.
MIXD Gallery promotes artists in the Ozark and surrounding region through thoughtfully-curated exhibitions and events. With a varied mix of established and emerging artists, MIXD makes art collecting attainable for beginning and seasoned collectors alike.
MIXD Gallery Founder Jane Hunt is a native to Arkansas. Born in Little Rock and raised in Stuttgart, she now lives in Northwest Arkansas, where she’s been a steward for community engagement and equity, burgeoning nonprofits throughout the region that focus on the needs for affordable housing, childcare, and education. She’s also the founder of Arkansas Community Foundation’s Philanthropy Club. With MIXD, the philanthropist elevates her mission and activism by informing the discussion of accessibility in Northwest Arkansas’ contemporary art spaces.
With a passion for empowering local artists, Allison offers a fresh and innovative gallery experience through MIXD. Relationship focused curation, placing art in public spaces, and a recognizable aesthetic has become the foundation of her work— encouraging us to live a life with art.
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