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This month's Third Friday marked the start of the art season with the arrival of cooler weather. We explored some old favorites…
By Michelle Sasonov
The last First Friday of the year was one to remember with art, fashion, music, drag, photography, shopping, and festival-goers. On Roosevelt…
With Roosevelt Row's businesses and galleries leaving, a new arts district is a vital need. Grand Avenue is proving itself to be…
All over the country, "Nasty Women" exhibitions are popping up to unify women and raise funds for Planned Parenthood. The reception for…
This month's Third Friday was bit of a challenge with the heavy rain, but those who ventured out got rewarded with exciting…
As with every Third Friday, openings and closings of the shows are the norm — but for the Allery, the closing is…
Here's Your Guide to April's First Friday in Phoenix
By Lynn Trimble
Tags: Art, Events, Performance Art, Slideshow
New Creative Spaces Are Helping Historic Grand Avenue District Thrive
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Here's Your Guide to February First Friday in Phoenix
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