The Phoenix City Council has approved using $2.6 million in federal Coronavirus Relief Funding to help artists and nonprofit arts and culture organizations.
A new collaborative fund to provide emergency relief grants to artists and arts professionals.
On April 21 there will be a National Poetry Month celebration in the Melrose District with a variety of activities and art.
The Pedal to the Metal: PHX Bike Rack Project brings new artist-designed bike racks to Phoenix.
The annual event, hosted on March 15, will feature an exclusive exhibition of works by the Artlink Artist Council and emerging artists.
Arizona fiber artist Ann Morton’s recycled artworks are currently on display at the Arizona Science Center and The Gallery @ City Hall.
“Intersection,” a temporary digital projection project, will transform the A.E. England Building at Civic Space Park into a glowing canvas after dark.
Phoenix Urban Design Week brings together planners, designers, architects and entrepreneurs for sixteen events in and around downtown Phoenix.
Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture is now accepting applications for their 2016-2017 Community Arts Grants Program. Application deadline is March 30, 2016.
Downtown Phoenix Inc. CEO David Krietor discusses downtown business, arts & culture, and much more in this week’s Desk Chat.