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2014 Stories by Katrina Montgomery

Archives: 2014
  • Horsing Around

    published October 23, 2014

    This ain’t no rodeo. The annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships return to WestWorld, 16601 North Pima Road, this Saturday and... More >>

  • Creepy Crawlers

    published October 16, 2014

    Every October the Phoenix Zoo, 455 North Galvin Partkway, hosts a week of spook-filled activities for kids (and adults who retain that youthful... More >>

  • Idol Worship

    published October 9, 2014

    It’s been a minute since Billy Idol last wrote one of his big hits, but he’s still one of those celebrities who needs no... More >>

  • In the Hanging Garden

    published September 18, 2014

    With the temperatures dropping (slowly but surely), it might be a good time to start thinking about cultivating your green thumb for the... More >>

  • Turnoutside

    published September 18, 2014

    Ballet doesn’t always have to be a black tie affair. This week, Ballet Arizona is bringing back Ballet Under the Stars, an annual... More >>

  • The Artist Next Door

    published September 18, 2014

    The trope of artist as shut-in isn’t completely fictitious; you could be living across the street from the next Picasso and never even... More >>

  • Best Foot Forward

    published September 11, 2014

    Gammage is kicking off the 2014-2015 season in style. Kinky Boots tells the story of shoe factory owner Charlie Price who turns the family... More >>

  • Heads or Tales

    published September 11, 2014

    Halloween is still over a month away, but it’s certainly not too early to start setting an eerie mood. “Creatures” might be a... More >>

  • Land Slides

    published September 11, 2014

    Inspired by the cowboy movies of his youth, documentary photographer Lawrence McFarland ventured out to seek some wide open spaces of his own.... More >>

  • Music & Lyrics

    published September 4, 2014

    Bocafloja is a man of many talents, but words are clearly his specialty. The Mexico City-born artist and activist is taking to the stage this... More >>

  • Pop-up Lockdown

    published September 4, 2014

    If you thought you’d outgrown your childhood fascination with pop-up books, local artist Rossitza Todorova’s pop-up sculptures may... More >>

  • Slim Fast

    published August 28, 2014

    Jeff Slim is interested in finding the realm where traditional values and modern concepts collide. His latest exhibition, titled “Beyond... More >>

  • Jewels of the Nile

    published August 28, 2014

    Cloisonné is a French word, but it’s used to describe an art-making technique that now exists virtually world-wide. The ancient... More >>

  • Mind Over Matter

    published August 21, 2014

    If the Internet makes you feel like you’re drowning in information, Daniel J. Levitin’s new book might be able to teach you how to... More >>

  • Local Galleries Are Suffering from Heat Exhaustion This Summer

    published August 14, 2014

    Misery loves company. I guess that's why people won't stop talking about the fiery furnace that is a Phoenix summer. Arizonans have a complex... More >>

  • Unframed

    published August 14, 2014

    Walls aren’t the only place to view art this week. Art Intersection is hosting an evening of member portfolio sharing that is open to the... More >>

  • Page Masters

    published August 14, 2014

    It may not be what he’s best known for, but during his time Ansel Adams was a staunch supporter of the photographic book. The famed... More >>

  • Bugg Out

    published August 7, 2014

    Peter Bugg’s latest curating endeavor “Animal Party,” currently on view at Modified Arts, is kind of like Disneyland. With... More >>

  • Cactus Jacked

    published August 7, 2014

    This summer, the Pueblo Grande Museum is on a mission to prove that it’s not impossible to grow plants in Arizona, though the obscene... More >>

  • Growing Season

    published July 31, 2014

    Jennifer Gross’s latest solo exhibition “Garden Delights” on view at Practical Art this month may or may not be a reference... More >>

  • Raindrops on Roses

    published July 31, 2014

    If you have a box full of Pez dispensers buried in the back of your closet or a book of state quarters discretely hidden between copies of the... More >>

  • Fixie Up

    published July 24, 2014

    Somewhere between skinny jeans and facial hair, bicycles became, arguably, the most essential hipster accessory, and it might just be... More >>

  • 50 Shades of Green

    published July 24, 2014

    Artists have always looked to nature for inspiration, but this time around, it’s literal. Vision Gallery’s latest exhibition... More >>

  • Broken Flowers

    published July 17, 2014

    Be prepared to get in touch with your inner luddite at ASU Art Museum’s “The Garden in the Machine.” The exhibition title... More >>

  • "Domesticated" at Lisa Sette Gallery Is Unsettling in the Best Way

    published May 1, 2014

    My grandmother makes wedding cakes for a living. The cakes are always delicious, but it's their decorative aspects I've alway found... More >>

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