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The Enduring Legacy of Chicano Photographer Louis Carlos Bernal

Tucson Chicano Photographer Louis Carlos Bernal’s Photography Intimately Captured the Lives of the LatinX American Culture.

Sculpture Tucson

Saving the World One Sculpture at a Time.

Murals and Poetry – Beautifying the Ugliest Street in America

Murals and Poetry – Beautifying the Ugliest Street in America, 6 new murals in Tucson’s Speedway Corridor

Desert Drone

An experimental music series in Tucson

Southwest Art Unveiled

Embracing Southwest Creativity: Painters and Sculptors Showcase at the Tucson Museum of Art

Claire Campbell Park-The Weaver of Hope, Color and Light

Claire Campbell Park is an internationally recognized artist, lecturer, and teacher.

Contemporary Photography Conversations

Contemporary Photography Exhibit explores new ways of storytelling at the Tucson Museum of Art

Lino Arruda: Monstrans

Lino Arruda is a Brazilian, transmasculine artist, graphic novelist, illustrator and activist.

For the Love of Singing

Tucson Masterworks Choral Celebrates its 75th Year.

Floozy Flea

Floozy Flea is an ongoing artisan’s market that features work from queer, women, BIPOC, and disabled own businesses

Wolfe Bowart’s Enchantingly Loony World

Wolfe Bowart pushes the boundaries of physical comedy and multimedia performance

Meet the 93 Year-old Founder of Tucson's Drawing Studio

As a teaching artist, Andy Rush explores how to broaden each person’s notion of what drawing can be.

Eric Avery: Life Before Art

Eric’s motto is “life before art” as he plunges into healing the victims of society wherever he finds them.

Gavin’s Journey

For Gavin Hugh Troy the roots of creative life began with skateboarding, creating something from nothing.

Carla Fabris: Harpist

A delicate performance by Carla Fabris, Harp Instructor at the University of Arizona’s Fred Fox School of Music

Lex Gjurasic: Radical Happiness

Creating joy filled paintings and sculptures is Lex's way of processing memories, emotions, and experiences in a chaotic world.

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