Along with hosting musicals, plays and attracting big-name performers -- it also helps local schools.
Not only do they bring students in for live performances, but they also take the show on the road for a play called "Digging Up Arkansas".
"It's a play based on Arkansas history," said Walton Arts Center PR Manager, Beth Goodwin. "It's a collaboration between Walton Arts Center and Trike Theater and a local playwright, Mike Thomas."
The play is about three writers in 1936 who are trying to dig up important information about Arkansas before President Roosevelt visits the Natural State.
But it's not your typical play because the actors involved make sure students participate as well. According to Goodwin, more than 13-thousand students watched the play last year alone as it traveled to various schools across the state.
She says programs like this are made possible through sponsors and fundraising, which is why officials from the Walton Arts Center are encouraging people to show up for the annual Masquerade Ball.
"It was a huge success last year," Goodwin said. "We raised over 70-thousand dollars and the goal for this year is to raise even more...100-thousand dollars."