Walter Art Gallery is currently showcasing self-taught local artist Amber Linkey with her solo exhibition Glorious Vulnerability. This exhibition offers a vibrant and dynamic selection of new abstract paintings which offer fluid brushwork, organic forms, and luscious color palette.
Photo courtesy of the Phoenix Art Museum official Twitter page.
The traveling art exhibition, Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire, makes its final exhibition stop at the Phoenix Art Museum.
The final stop in Phoenix will conclude the exhibition’s nation-wide tour, which has captivated and inspired audiences by providing a unique insight into the art, everyday life and religion of the historic city.
Teotihuacan was noted as being the first, largest and most influential metropolis on the American continent. The city once boasted a population of more than 150,000, though it was later abandoned and rediscovered...
The newest gallery in the heart of downtown Scottsdale, FIAT LUX will host a special event to raise funds for Kids in Focus, a non-profit organization that uses photography to impact the lives of Phoenix's most at-risk kids.
Photo courtesy of Ballet Arizona.
As Ballet Arizona prepares for a busy upcoming season, the company both surprised and delighted longtime lovers of ballet with their season opener, New Moves—which proved to offer a refreshing take on an otherwise traditional sport.
New Moves pushed the limitations on ballet and challenged even the most acclaimed choreographers with innovative and daring dances. The routines were inspired by the vibrant sounds of Rio and were paired with the exotic and effervescent colors associated with Brazilian culture.
Tony Award winner, Justin Peck, who has served as the resident...
Royse Contemporary hosted a One Year Anniversary celebration on September 13th, kicking off their new season and celebrating their latest exhibition Our History in Old Town Scottsdale. This highly anticipated evening featured a meet and greet with the artists and curator, beautiful live music performed by violinist, Telian Dodge and record attendance.