The nonprofit group aims to change the landscape of Downtown Phoenix with its new program.
You’re interested in building a better community, but where do you go to offer your time, talent and commitment? Here’s a handy, rather comprehensive guide of projects, initiatives, events and meet-ups being contemplated or acted upon. If something piques your interest, click on the link for more information. In other words, Engage! Improving Our Physical… Read more
October has been an exciting time for downtown Phoenix businesses and residents; Downtown Phoenix, Inc. CEO Dave Krietor lets us know why.
With an “if you build it, they will come” vision for Phoenix, Cindy Dach and others have transformed a blighted neighborhood into a vibrant arts community.
Artists, art spaces and galleries are invited to participate in Artlink’s Art Detour 26.
The creative community has been key to the development of vitality, energy, and buzz in Downtown Phoenix.
Mark your calendar and buy your tickets to RoRo’s inaugural Chile Pepper Festival.
The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture will receive a $100,000 NEA Our Town grant in partnership with Roosevelt Row and ASU Art Museum.
Roosevelt Row to receive funding from ArtPlace for the development of an “A.R.T.S Village” and streetscape improvements.