The brand new performing arts center and non-profit organization, Mesa Jazz and Blues Theater, is coming to Mesa this fall. Created for the education and preservation of Jazz, Blues and R&B music, the theater will feature locally-, nationally- and internationally- recognized musicians as well as provide opportunities for young talent.
Arizona residents and visitors can soon “experience the impossible” and amaze their senses at the Museum of Illusions, which is coming to Scottsdale this fall.
Desert Rider, a special-engagement exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum, explores the influence of car culture on artists working in the Southwest. Diverse works by local Arizona artists, including Cara Romero, Justin Favela, and Liz Cohen, illustrate the important role that custom cars and lowriders have played in the cultural identity of Latinx and Indigenous communities.
Ballet Arizona dancers in "Round." Photo by Alexander Iziliaev.
Ballet Arizona returns for an exciting 37th season this fall, promising audiences a blend of classical and contemporary ballets featuring fairy tale magic, modern moves and dances in the desert. The 2022–2023 season offers seven unique productions for everyone to enjoy including beloved classics like The Nutcracker and Cinderella.
The new season kicks off this summer with An Evening at Desert Botanical Garden. Read on for Ballet Arizona’s full upcoming schedule.
There's still time to join the 32nd Annual Celebration of Fine Art.