Photo by Roarke Lacey.Dan Perjovschi's drawings at the "Seriously Funny" exhibition, co-curated by Claire Schneider.The radio tells me that 8.5 million Americans have lost their jobs due to the economy.Make that 8.5 million and one.Today is Senior Curator Claire Schneider's last day at the Scotts ... More >>
If you're reading this, I assume you keep up with the local arts scene, right?Either that, or you're my boyfriend, my best friend or my mother and you're fulfilling your obligation (thanks guys).If you belong to the first group, it's time to think real hard...who do you know in the scene who's due f ... More >>
By Michele Laudig That's right, Citybakery -- the cute, contemporary cafe attached to the cavernous Bentley Projects art gallery -- has closed, leaving Downtown with one less lunch option. That's not to say that you still can't get Citybakery's tasty sandwiches and salads, though -- there is stil ... More >>
Letters from the issue of Thursday, September 1, 2005
Good and bad hair days in Scottsdale
Kax Herberger's generation knew the importance of perpetuating the arts. Will a younger generation be as giving?
From the week of March 22, 2001
Is this any way to run a museum?
Building new cultural facilities is a risky business for Valley cities.
Circus Flora founder Ivor Balding Jr. blends theater and feats of skill
Can a city-funded museum afford to explore the riskier edges of contemporary art? The West's Most Western Town is about to find out.
How a baton twirler from Filer, Idaho, grew up to be Scottsdale's Mayor Sam Campana
ArtShare wonks trace arts connection to jobs, baseball and the SAT
Scottsdale's Loloma transportation station goes against the flows
ASU art professor Joe Young has spent four years telling the world he's the victim of institutional homophobia. But he's no victim. He's the incredibly persistent aggressor in a long, vicious game of smear-the-boss.