September 24 - 12:00 pm


September 25 - 12:00 am

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113 W Emma Ave, Springdale, AR 72764-4304, United States

Come downtown & see the latest #famoushardware art installation.

The #famoushardware windows have been brought to life by the artist Amelia Briggs who was commissioned by Creative Arkansas Community Hub & Exchange (CACHE) with funding from the Tyson Family Foundation.

Briggs’ #famoushardware installation—”Pony Gate”—has transformed the windows of the Famous Hardware Store into an uncanny dream of lush embodiments. “Pony Gate” acts as a series of dioramas. Each of the store’s windows illuminate the link between our sense of self and our childhoods.

The installation is 100% storefront exhibition and visible 24 hrs from the sidewalk at 113 W Emma Ave. The installation will be through the end of November.

The art installations are featured in the windows of the Famous Hardware Building. The art is accessible to the community and creates new experiences for people visiting the downtown. The art installations are made possible thanks to the Tyson Family Foundation.

Amelia Briggs is a multidisciplinary artist based in Nashville, TN. Her work has been exhibited internationally and throughout the United States including exhibitions in Paris, France; Florence, Italy, and London, UK. Her work has been supported by numerous publications and platforms including ArtMaze Magazine, New American Paintings, Exhibition A, Young Space, Numeroventi, Sight Unseen, Burnaway, and Hyperallergic among others. In early 2022 Briggs completed residencies at Wassaic Project and Monson Arts. Her work is included in private and public collections in South Korea, France, Australia, the UK, Sweden, Canada, and the US.

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 will bring 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

ABOUT THE TYSON FAMILY FOUNDATION: Established in 1970, the Tyson Family Foundation supports efforts for education, health, arts and culture and youth programs as well as a scholarship program for Tyson Foods employees and their families. The foundation has endowed and supported local, regional and national organizations committed to furthering access to knowledge, promoting creativity and supporting communities. The Foundation is currently led by President Olivia Tyson.