The Phoenix City Council has approved using $2.6 million in federal Coronavirus Relief Funding to help artists and nonprofit arts and culture organizations.
What should artists and businesses think about when exhibiting artwork in non-traditional spaces?
As planning for the South Central Light Rail Extension begins, Valley Metro will host a public meeting to discuss art concepts for the project.
Phoenix Festival of the Arts returns December 8-10 for a community celebration of arts and culture.
Downtown Phoenix Inc., Artlink and City of Phoenix team up to launch urban art project that will net 50 new bike racks for city.
Get ready for a day filled with arts, history, and plenty more family fun at the 9th annual Grand Avenue Festival.
Phoenix Community Alliance will convene artists and business representatives at the Renaissance Downtown Phoenix Hotel on Nov. 2.
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.
For the past 15 years, Valley Metro has been cultivating and showcasing the arts in Phoenix and other Valley cities while promoting public transportation.
Artlink Inc. is accepting applications from Arizona-based artists for its inaugural grant program, The Artist Forward Fund. The deadline is midnight May 31.