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Arizona artists have a long history of tackling hot topics on the political landscape, such as civil rights, immigration, and reproductive rights.…
By Lynn Trimble
From Surveillance to Psychotropics: 10 Best Art Exhibits in Metro Phoenix in May
By Lynn Trimble
Tags: Art, Events, Lists, Politics, trump art, phoenix exhibits, lisa sette gallery, art intersection, phoenix galleries, phoenix museums, mountain shadows, mesa contemporary arts museum, art and activism, phoenix art museum, heard museum, bauhaus artists, roden crater, tempe, scottsdale, mes, Slideshow
'Invaders' Explores Border Issues as Trump Doubles Down on Emergency Declaration
Tags: Art, Donald Trump, Reviews, trump wall, U.S.-Mexico border, border wall, Phoenix Art Museum, Invaders exhibit, Julio César Morales, Gallery Wendi Norris, neon art, national emergency, Arizona artists, Phoenix artists, art and politics, border life, drugs on border, border politics, Phoenix exhibits, Slideshow
Here's Your Guide to December 2018 First Friday
Tags: Visual Arts, Art, Events, first friday, phoenix events, phoenix art walk, roosevelt row, grand avenue, downtown phoenix, JB Snyder, Fortoul Brothers, Heard Musuem, art phoenix, exhibits phoenix, ASU, liliana gomez, paul horner, rosemarie dombrowski
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