Water Logged: Scottsdale Public Art and New Times to Present Storytelling Event on Feb. 27

Scottsdale Public Art and New Times are teaming up for a spoken word event -- and the premise is all wet.

Presented in conjunction with public art celebration Canal Convergence at the Soleri Bridge and Plaza, Water Logged includes stories centered on water and canals from Michael Grady, Tania Katan, Laurie Notaro, Kim Porter, and Tom Zoellner.

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Canal Convergence brings local and international artists to install public works at the Scottsdale Waterfront. The free event runs from Thursday, February 26, through Sunday, March 1, and includes activities, performances, and a marketplace.

Water Logged will take place at 7 p.m. Friday, February 27. Tickets are $9.50 and available through tickets.scottsdaleperformingarts.org. There will be an on-site cash bar. See scottsdalepublicart.org for more.

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