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Heard Museum Showcases Unique Ties Between Henri Matisse and Arctic People in New Exhibit

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Photo courtesy of Heard Museum Design.


Henri Matisse is widely known for his unique approaches to color, composition and structured artworks. But the Heard Museum’s newest exhibit showcases a very different side to the French painter—one that celebrates Inuit people through bold...


Phoenix Theatre’s Fun Home Gives Drama Students Tools to Learn

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Not only is Phoenix Theatre bringing five-time Tony® Award-winning musical Fun Home to the stage, the company is inviting local drama students to participate in a special outreach program to enhance their hands-on experience with theatre. It’s part of Phoenix Theatre’s ongoing commitment to educate and inspire budding dramatic artists.


‘Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors' Makes Final Stop in Arizona


The nationally-renowned, traveling art exhibit, “Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors” exhibit has made its official debut in the Valley of the Sun.

The Arizona Historical Society, in partnership with the George W. Bush Institute and the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute, is hosting “Portraits of Courage” at the Arizona Heritage Center. Tempe is only the fourth U.S. city that has been given the opportunity to host the paintings this year.

While President Bush may not be well-known for his artistic endeavors, “Portraits...


Walter Art Gallery presents "Glorious Vulnerability" the work of Amber Linkey


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. 


Phoenix Art Museum Brings Art & Culture to Life Through Teotihuacan Exhibition


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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...

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