The Bird City Comedy Festival brings stand up comedians, improvisers and more to multiple stages throughout central Phoenix from April 6-9.
DPJ’s Urban Form series looks at the interplay between movement and surroundings through the lens of dancers and architecture in downtown Phoenix.
Phoenix Festival of the Arts returns to Margaret T. Hance Park December 9-11, 2016, featuring more than 125 art vendors and cultural organizations.
Ignite the fall on October 1 at the 5th annual Chile Pepper Festival in Roosevelt Row featuring local food, drinks, music and more.
Phoenix Center for the Arts invites the community to a fun-filled day of free art workshops for the whole family this Saturday, August 20.
Rhetorical Galleries and [nueBox] present Sizzle Series, an evening of dance and performance art on Roosevelt Row during July’s Third Friday.
Longtime dancer and recent ASU graduate Ashley Baker uses her unique personal style as a form of self-expression.
Phoenix Center for the Arts and Flamenco Por La Vida present the third annual Phoenix Festival de España celebrating Spanish arts & culture March 19 & 20.
The locally-grown arts festival returns to Hance Park with three days of art, music, food and more this Friday through Sunday, Dec. 11-13.
Familiarizing kids with urban public transportation provides unique learning opportunities and is an investment in the next generation of city dwellers.