Big Brain Awards

Big Brain Awards 2013: Meet the Finalists and Check out the Illustrated Guide to Artopia (VIDEO)

Leading up to the Big Brain Awards announcement at Artopia Chow Bella and Jackalope Ranch we've profiled each finalist in visual art, performing art, craft, design, online, and culinary art.

On Saturday, April 27, we'll celebrate the finalists and crown the winners of the 2013 Big Brain Award winners at Artopia. Tickets are $10, and include an evening of food, drink and entertainment at the Monarch Theatre in downtown Phoenix.

And while you wait to rub elbows with the finalists and have a great time with the community, you can check out their work in the video above and a map of the event after the jump ...

See also: - Announcing the 2013 Big Brain Finalists - Meet New Times' 2013 Big Brain Finalists and Celebrate the Winners at Artopia on April 27

Buy a $10 ticket to enjoy an evening of food, drink and entertainment April 27 at the Monarch Theater in downtown Phoenix. Meet the finalists and learn who won during our Big Brain celebration, Artopia. And if you buy your tickets today and enter the promo code JACKALOPE, you'll receive $3 off general admission tickets (normally $10).

Now, more on your finalists:

CRAFT Ashley Cooper Keytha Fixico Brandon Boetto

VISUAL ART 1Spot Kelsey Dake David Emitt Adams

PERFORMING ART MAN-CAT Leah Marche Space 55

DESIGN Lindsay Kinkade Justin Katz Jon Arvizu

ONLINE Dust Circuit Radio Club Fonograma Lightning Octopus

CULINARY The Simple Farm Michael Babcock and Jenn Robinson Hayden Flour Mills

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Claire Lawton
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