A new exhibit at Phoenix Art Museum called “Desert Rider” highlights a diverse display of art by Latinx and Indigenous artists of the Southwest.
More than 600,000 veterans and service members live in Arizona, and Mesa Arts Center is giving back through its Arts in Service program.
Spaces of Opportunity, a partnership that includes Unlimited Potential, the Desert Botanical Garden and the Roosevelt School District, consists of small family gardens, a 10-acre incubator farm, and a farmers market.
New Scottsdale exhibit celebrates collaboration between students, artists / Daily Independent
“Visions ’22,” a new exhibition showcasing the skills and inspiration exchanged between students and professional artists, is now open in the Center Space gallery at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts.
Brad Kahlhamer and the Amalgamations of Existence / Hyperallergic
The Tucson Museum of Art exhibition “Brad Kahlhamer: 11:59 to Tucson” is named for the time and place of the artist’s birth, but also references the 1957 film “3:10 to Yuma,” which was set in the American West.
Veres conducting final parks series with Tucson Pops / Arizona Daily Star
László Veres has led the Tucson Pops Orchestra since 1992. His final concert will be June 12.
Gardening Etcetera: Local plant sale and garden festival / Arizona Daily Sun
The Coconino Master Gardener Association and the Museum of Northern Arizona are sponsoring a spectacular plant sale at the Colton Garden and Discovery Village on Saturday, May 21.
Tony Valdovinos says it’s hard for him to watch the musical about his life. But there are many reasons he’s hoping you will. “¡Americano!” begins with one of the most painful moments from Valdovinos’ youth—the day he tried to join the Marines at his Arizona high school but learned he was an undocumented immigrant.
Wgasa, the Phoenix Zoo’s new 16-year-old Bornean orangutan, arrived at the end of April and has been “getting acquainted with his new companion, Rayma.” Read more: Phoenix Zoo welcomes new Sumatran tiger
Shock rocker Alice Cooper is coming to Arizona license plates / Phoenix New Times
A new Arizona license plate will bear the image of rocker Alice Cooper, who has lived in Arizona for decades and founded the Solid Rock Teen Centers, which offer support, a welcoming environment, and free arts and music instruction for young people.