Mid Mod Arkansas

Preserve Arkansas, in partnership with the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design, will hold its next “Mid Mod Arkansas” tour in Fayetteville on May 19-20.

The tour series seeks to increase appreciation for Arkansas’s unique Mid-Century Modern architecture. The tour will begin on Friday evening with a reception at the Warren Segraves-designed Fulbright Building, located at 217 E. Dickson. On Saturday, tour participants will board a charter bus and visit the Fay and Gus Jones House, Dr. Carie and Marjorie Buckley House, Terry and Sue Condren House, and the exterior of the UA Fine Arts Center. The tour will conclude on Saturday evening with a reception at Vol Walker Hall, where guests will view a new exhibition of Edward Durell Stone-designed furniture.


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Previous Mid Mod Arkansas Tours

Huntsville – May 2022

Madison County Record Building (exterior only) ● 113 Court St.
Staff Headquarters, Camp Noark ● 250 Madison 8580
Orval E. Faubus House ● 640 Governor Rd.


El Dorado – September 2021

Dr. Paul Henley House & James Riley House by E. Fay Jones
On Preserve Arkansas’s Facebook & YouTube

Gilliam-Wilson House & Dr. Carey Clark House by Charles Ripley
On Preserve Arkansas’s Facebook & YouTube

Fort Smith, August 2020
Fort Smith Mid Mod tour series – YouTube channel.

Oscar Chambers House

Dr. Neil Crow House

United Hebrew Congregation Temple

Jonesboro, Fall 2019

Patteson House Tour Script HERE
Fuller-Shannon House
Maddox House
Fuller-Shannon & Maddox Houses Tour Script HERE

Pine Bluff, 2018

The Richard and Elsie Pierce House, Pine Bluff
The Richard and Lynne Smart House, Pine Bluff

Learn more about the Pierce and Smart homes in Pine Bluff by reading the script HERE!

Springdale, 2017

Gerald and Marjorie Tweedy House, Springdale

Learn more about the Tweedy House tour by reading the script HERE!