Rick Naimark’s 30 years of public service have made a remarkable difference throughout our great city.
The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture is looking for teaching artists who can help students write poems related to recycling and the environment.
Simply known as “Concrete Block Cottage,” this c. 1906 structure was once half of a pair of nearly identical cottages.
Local green building pioneers [merz]project built the Link building as the company’s headquarters, but it’s quickly become one of Downtown’s iconic urban renewal structures.
Kyle Jordre’s artist’s statement opens with “When I paint, I get lost.” He may get lost in his paintings, but they have helped him find himself and his place in Downtown Phoenix.