The Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market is back in person. Considered to be one of the largest Indigenous art markets in the world, the event March 5-6 will showcase more than 650 Indigenous artists from across North America.
Get ready for ‘Art Detour,’ Arizona’s month-long celebration of art, tagged as “the art and culture party of the year” by Phoenix’s Artlink Inc.
In December 2015, Tucson became the first U.S. city to be designated by UNESCO as a “City of Gastronomy.” And soon its title will crossover into a culinary hub anticipated to open in the fall of 2023.
The Arizona Science Center is welcoming a new leader. Guy Labine is taking over as president and CEO in March.
Arizona Opera will open its doors for the debut performance of Stephen Sondheim’s “A Little Night Music” on March 4. The role of Henrik will be played by Terrence Chin-Loy, one of the first times the character will be portrayed by a Black performer.
Tucson harpist, young composer, returns for world premiere of her concerto / Arizona Daily Star
Tucson native Claire Thai will join Tucson Symphony Orchestra this weekend to perform the world premiere of her piece.
The Valley Youth Theatre will return this weekend following a two-year hiatus with an original show about young people living through the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘Nogaleria’ exhibit coming to Hilltop Gallery / Nogales International
An upcoming exhibit at Hilltop Gallery in Nogales will highlight the work of five local artists in areas including spray painting, poetry, muralism and skateboard art.