This May the beautiful Tempe History Museum will host "25 Years of Pop Art" a retrospective of former longtime Tempe resident, Ralph Michael Brekan.
This month Gebert Contemporary highlights Tucson based artist and professor Barbara Rogers with her solo exhibition "LXXX: Always Searching for Beauty”.
Get down to the Mesa Arts Center and meander through the museum that is currently showcasing a fantastic selection of crafts as they host their 38th Annual Contemporary Crafts exhibition.
The art exhibit Philip C. Curtis: The New Deal and American Regionalism is coming to the Phoenix Art Museum on Saturday, April 29. The exhibit will feature pieces of art from the artist Philip C. Curtis and other artists supported by the federal program and will recognize Curtis’s career and contributions to the arts.
In 1937, Curtis moved to Phoenix and was in charge of The Phoenix Federal Art Center. Curtis played an important role in advocating for the arts. Artists were supported through government-sponsored work programs and the artists were commissioned to design documentation, post office murals and poster...
Mark your calendars for the premier screening of Angels Of Our Better Nature: One Person Can Make A Difference, a documentary by Douglas Proce on April 30th!