Your roundup of all things Downtown Phoenix—including upcoming events, design and architecture news, and ballot propositions.
Earth Day continues on Saturday, as Keep Phoenix Beautiful invites families to their PHX Renews project for earth-friendly fun.
Beginning Saturday, Phoenix Urban Design Week is organized by a group of dedicated local volunteers–made up of entrepreneurs, creatives, urban planners, designers, landscape architects, and placemaking specialists.
Downtown Phoenix Inc.’s David Krietor lets us know of new ways to keep up-to-date on all the events going on downtown.
The University of Arizona’s Health Sciences Education Building is considered one of the top 22 labs in the world according to Gizmodo.com.
Student artists from across the U.S. and Canada will display both traditional American Indian and contemporary artwork this weekend at the Heard Museum.
The Colony will be a 22,467-square-foot infill redevelopment on 7th Street just north of Missouri.
Thanks to a $2.5 million donation from Suzanne and Bud Selig, the Phoenix Art Museum is on the hunt for a Chief Curator.
The Phoenix Festival de España is a celebration of Spanish arts and culture for all ages.
The DeGrazia murals are on free display to the public during March First Friday and Art Detour 27 from March 6-8.