Artlink’s Art Detour, an original month-long celebration of art, creativity and culture in Arizona, returns for its 35th annual year this March, featuring a broad spectrum of art forms and integrated themes including the visual, performing and culinary arts, as well as fashion design, public art and more.
The Simon & Garfunkel Story arrives at the historic Orpheum Theater in Phoenix for just three showings on January 27 and 28. The internationally-acclaimed concert-style production showcases popular Simon & Garfunkel hits, such as “Mrs. Robinson,” “Celia,” “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” “Homeward Bound” and others.
After raising $28 million toward the development of its Central Phoenix campus, The Phoenix Theatre Company will break ground on a new 500-seat state-of-the-art theater this summer.
The Men’s Art Council (MAC), a nonprofit member organization of Valley philanthropists devoted to supporting the community outreach initiatives of the Phoenix Art Museum, recently surprised the museum with a $175,000 check that will fund future exhibitions, including the highly-anticipated Mr.: You Can Hear the Song of This Town.
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.