There are plenty of reasons to check out local artwork beyond it being one of the designated "days" our community has become so fond of. First Friday, Third Friday, Final Friday, Third Thursday, Second Saturday -- just leave the house already. Dozens of great places open their doors to cool ... More >>
Local artist likes to play
Play explores famed artist's last years
Kathleen VanesianCould this be a contender for SMoCA's upcoming "People's Biennial"? The art community grapevine in this Valley is about three inches long, so it didn't take much time for me to get calls concerning a recent, very heated panel discussion at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary A ... More >>
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If you think the Heard Museum is all about dusty old pots and Indian blankets, you haven't been there lately
Shedding light on old photos
Current shows, exhibitions, and installations
Current shows, exhbitions, and installations
Bullies in a China Shoppe Décor
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.
The new glass-and-steel federal courthouse shatters the image that government structures have to be stodgy
Only the disorganized, cluttered opening of 'Chaos Theory' bears any relation to this forgettable exhibit's title
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.
Fleischer Museum show tracks American impressionist painters from the New York islands to the redwood forests . . .
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.
Can the Phoenix Art Museum upgrade its mediocre permanent collection to match a newly expanded and renovated exhibition space?
An art exhibit featuring Old Glory has city and state officials scrambling to do something
THE FORMER OAKLAND A'S PITCHER GOT ENTANGLED IN THE THEFT OF A MILLION-DOLLAR PICASSO. EXCEPT IT WASN'T A PICASSO.
Two folk art shows in the Valley