New Times photographers were out and about at art and cultural events in Phoenix this past weekend.
Phoenix Center for the Arts was transformed into a center for Spanish culture on Saturday, March 22 for the Phoenix Festival de Espana. This all-day event featured lots of food and dance demonstrations, including a Noche de Flamenco performance that closed out the evening.
With its slower pace and smaller crowd compared to its big brother, First Friday, involvement was key to conclude March's Third Friday Art Walk.
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