Ask any local and they will probably know, through osmosis at least, that arts and culture are Scottsdale’s superpower. There is no better example of this supremacy than the longest running art show in Arizona – Celebration of Fine Art – which
Besides elaborate temples, music and dancing, what typifies the ‘Asian’ art look? Asia is a huge land mass and contains 48 diverse countries. The oriental brush painting tradition is a recognizable form that strives to
Albesila, a temporary inflatable village, will bloom in Mesa’s Pioneer Park beginning this Saturday, February 9, for the next three weekends, ends February 17. Hours are from noon – 9pm, opening day closing an hour early for special event.
The 2018-2019 offerings available this season at Arts Scottsdale includes everything – I mean EVERYTHING – for the discerning arts and culture connoisseur, all centralized in lovely Civic Center park near Old Town. Dozens of shows,
Lex Gjurasic and Rachel Slick DEEP TIME Summer Exhibition Opening Reception Imagining the Ancient Inland Sea Opening Reception May 26, 2018 – 6:30–8:30 p.m. Artist Rachel Slick will take young visitors on a visual journey
Just down the street from the trendy restaurant section of “downtown” Gilbert, Arizona, in one of last historic buildings on the south end of the block – upstairs – hides one of the most modern photography darkroom labs and gallery spaces
10 Year Anniversary Group Show Reception for the artists: First Friday April 6th, from 7-9 Exhibition: April 1-30 Practical Art turns 10 in April! It has been an awesome decade. We are exceptionally proud to have
October 7th, 2016 exhibiting through February 12, 2017 at the Desert Botanical Garden’s Ottosen Gallery in Phoenix, Margarita Cabrera’s ‘Space in Between’ show will ask viewers to suspend their beliefs about issues such as immigration