The Chocolate and Art Show will take place September 14-15 and feature some of Phoenix’s best up-and-coming artists along with free chocolate.
The work of visual and sound recording artist Tony Obr and the poetry of Tanner Menard will be featured Friday at the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus Library.
Americans for the Arts’ five-year assessment of the business sector showed that the Phoenix’s arts community has finally recovered from the recession.
Phoenix Center for the Arts invites the community to a day of free workshops for the whole family at their annual open house Aug. 26, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibit will remain open through Labor Day weekend during its only North American stop.
Broadstone Arts District apartments will be giving three artists the chance to live rent-free for four months while developing their craft.
New ASU School of Art director Joanna Grabski will help further the Studios’ community-focused mission of connecting student art with the people of Phoenix.
Nominate your favorite artists before the end of August for the Sixth Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards to be held in mid-October in Margaret T. Hance Park.
Steven Yazzie’s Black White Blue Yellow exhibit is back at the Heard Museum through mid-October, this time with a special yoga experience.
Make the most of your August First Friday with these fine shows located throughout downtown Phoenix’s arts districts.