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.
From adaptive reuse projects to historic spaces, there are plenty of creative places to house your business in downtown Phoenix.
African American entrepreneurs will pitch their ventures to the public on Friday, Aug. 4 at SEED SPOT’s new Warehouse District location.
Green’s Phoenix location and Nami will host a benefit art show for the month of August in support of one•n•ten. There will be a soft opening this Friday.
The locally sourced nursery announced plans to expand with new family ownership and larger grounds, along with added home design and construction services.
Renaissance Square is partnering with four Phoenix-based architecture and design firms to create innovative office suites called “Project Future.”
The nonprofit, dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs with ideas for social change, moved to a newly renovated commercial suite in the Warehouse District.
Phoenix Smart City Hack returns for its third year, kicking off with an Ideathon on July 8. The winner gets $3,000 and an all-expense paid trip to Spain.
The annual Social Media Day conference returns Friday, June 30, and with it brings a full schedule of social media events held at Galvanize and Chase Field.
Tuft & Needle is accepting applications through June for its Fixer’s Scholarship, geared toward Arizona college students who want to fix a problem.