Sate Your Drama Pangs at a Dictator’s Table

Post on October 12, 2019 | By

Black Theatre Troupe’s “Breakfast With Mugabe” by Fraser Grace is a 100- minute tour-de-force.

British Music-Making Strengthens the Phoenix Chorale’s Leadership

Post on October 2, 2019 | By

The new season begins with “Lux Aeterna” October 18-20.

Spend the Night with ‘Blues In The Night’

Post on September 5, 2019 | By

Black Theatre Troupe presents Blues In The Night, directed by David Hemphill, September 13-29 at Helen K. Mason Performing Arts Center.

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Nowakowski Overlooks Music Community in Push for Latino Cultural Center Site

June 14, 2019 | By

While there is community support for a Latino Cultural Center, very few are interested in bringing it to site that is primed to support Phoenix’s burgeoning music community.

New ‘State Seal of Arts Proficiency’ to Recognize High School Arts Study

May 20, 2019 | By

Starting in the 2019-20 school year, Arizona schools can opt in on the program to recognize high school seniors who complete a rigorous program of arts study.

Phoenix Chorale Announces Selection of New Artistic Director

May 6, 2019 | By

Following a two-year search, the Phoenix Chorale introduces its new artistic director: Christopher Gabbitas.

Reflections: The Phoenix Chorale Looks Back Over 60 Years and Turns to the Future

April 1, 2019 | By

The Phoenix Chorale introduces the fourth and final candidate for artistic director: Brian A. Schmidt.

Encanto-Palmcroft Extends Invitation to 20th Home Tour

March 21, 2019 | By

The historic Encanto-Palmcroft neighborhood is hosting its 20th home tour on Sunday, March 24.

Arts Community Grows with New Generation of Spaces and Faces

March 14, 2019 | By

Antoinette Cauley opens her first solo show “Ain’t Nobody Prayin’ For Me” at monOrchid March 15.

8 Questions Artists Should Ask When Exhibiting in Local Businesses

March 11, 2019 | By

What should artists and businesses think about when exhibiting artwork in non-traditional spaces?

Arts Advocacy: The Challenge of Arts Funding in Arizona

March 5, 2019 | By

Arizona Citizens for the Arts advocates for arts and culture funds to be included Arizona’s annual budget.

Block 23 Makes Way for Mixed-Use High-Rise

February 20, 2019 | By

Building on an empty city block, RED Development brings a mixed-use high-rise to the downtown core.

Faithfulness and Longing with the Phoenix Chorale

February 19, 2019 | By

The Phoenix Chorale introduces a third candidate for artistic director: Christopher Gabbitas, Artist Professor at University of Redlands in California.

2 Lanes, 4 Lanes and 4-Way Intersections

Valley Metro is hosting a community meeting for the voter-approved South Central Light Rail Extension Saturday, September 15. Watch this video and learn how the number of proposed lanes affects to the flow of vehicular traffic through intersections along the line.




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