Installation showcases George Ellis pioneering artist colony
Punk rock girl band Hell on Heels teeters on the brink of success
Kax Herberger's generation knew the importance of perpetuating the arts. Will a younger generation be as giving?
Building new cultural facilities is a risky business for Valley cities.
Phoenix owes its art museum and its cultural life in part to the late Philip Curtis
Holocaust exhibition bristles with rage, succeeds despite inappropriate installation
More than 500 paintings of social and psychological truths spanning 50 years have made Curtis the dean of Arizona artists. At 90, he's losing the most important tools of his trade.
To George Zraket, it's an evil zoning plot by old Sscottsdale cronies; to Janie Ellis, it's the only way her timeworn art colony can survive.
Marilyn Butler Fine Art Gallery