Two exhibits at the Heard Museum honor American Indian soldiers and their native language.
Enter this photo contest by the U.S. Forest Service, and celebrate Downtown’s “urban forests.”
Angela Franks Wells’ collection of photos, “Parts & Labor,” focuses on dirty, rugged skilled labor, a stark contrast to its home in the Tilt Gallery.
On June 3 at 7pm at the Phoenix Art Museum, collaborating artists Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe discuss and illustrate their process of creating multi-layered photographic images of the Grand Canyon that document physical change and generate multiple meanings.
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.
When writer and amateur photographer William J. Nash-McAdam and a friend drove from Mesa to Downtown Phoenix today to take photos of the cityscape, they never imagined they would end up as subjects of a Homeland Security investigation.