The annual Art for Health Exhibition and Sale is returning to Phoenix on Friday, May 1 from 6:30 – 9:30pm at the Grace Lutheran Church in Hope Hall. The exhibit benefits the Arizona State University Nurse Managed Health Centers, which are located in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tempe. At their five locations and through their Wellness… Read more
The annual photo exhibit Shoot for the STARS is returning to Phoenix on May 1, open to the public from 6 to 9pm. The free exhibit will be open until May 30 but only by appointment.
Shoot for the STARS is a program designed to teach the joys of photography to adults with disabilities. Offered through STARS (Scottsdale Training and Rehabilitation Services), the program teaches participants to see beyond their immediate selves by looking through a camera and focusing their attention on people and objects around them.
The Coe House will host a preview of the collaboration between artist Rocco Menaguale and VMarie fashion designer Rickie Gonzales on Friday, May 1 from 7 to 10pm
Launched as a grassroots channel for local musicians to display their talent, The Train Tracks is the most innovative outlet for live music to ever hit Phoenix. Once a week, Valley artists ranging from single performers to entire bands, rockers to opera singers, perform acoustically live on the Metro Light Rail. Their raw, uncut performances are posted to thetraintracks.org where the general public votes for their favorite.
Strong winds were no match for Malissa Geer’s months-long effort to organize the Downtown campus’ fourth-annual Urban Gallery Exhibition to bring ASU closer to the community.
The weather forced Geer, a University community-engagement liaison and the event’s organizer, to set up differently than planned, moving the outdoor stage inside the University Center to join the indoor stage. But the exhibition still helped to make the Downtown campus a true urban university, she said.
Stop by the historic Coe House for First Friday on April 3 to view the “New Perspectives” art show featuring exciting new contemporary work by local artists Robert Denning and Rocco Menaguale. The show includes many multi-dimensional pieces that reflect both the subdued and exhilarating energy of pop culture and modern life.