Marshall Shore and friends come to the defense of Arizona’s State Capitol building.
See wildlife, take a night hike, talk to a scientist and make Halloween masks at Rio Salado Audubon Center’s 8th annual Enchanted Trail Oct. 20-21.
Live singers, an orchestra and conductor synchronize a film score with the 1961 film “Hercules in the Haunted World” in AZ Opera’s production, Oct. 21-22.
Arizona Curriculum Theater will celebrate the work of Edgar Allen Poe throughout October with a series of events at Hotel San Carlos and Rosson House.
The hottest fall festival in Phoenix, the annual Roosevelt Row Chile Pepper Festival, returns for its 6th year on Saturday, September 30.
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.
Join Arizona Humanities on August 24 for a discussion of historic homes and structures and the role they play in our community.
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.