Concert series continues tonight at the Oro Valley Marketplace.
It’s triple-digit time in Tucson and if you are looking to add a refreshing and fun splash of color to your daily dose of sunshine, the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance, aka SAACA, suggests that you jump into its Splash summer charity event.
If you're looking for something free and fun to do with the kids Friday, why not get out in the cool evening air for a free showing of Toy Story.
Nearly 100 cars and trucks from more than 80 vehicle classes will take over the Oro Valley Marketplace Saturday for the Oro Valley Classics Car & Truck Show. There will also be live rock and blues music from Rhythm Incorporated, Vintage Sugar and Thick As Thieves, as well as kids’ activities.
Garrett Moore as G-Man gives it his all in the 2013 U.S. Air Guitar Qualifier on the main stage during the Park Place Guitar Festival. The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance presented the first-ever event Saturday.
Classical guitarist Kathy Acosta Zavala opens the day's events on the main stage for the festival.
Johnny Faber gets close to his work as he tunes his electric guitar before performing on the main stage at the event on Saturday.
Fingers fly as acoustic guitarist Jonathan W. Martinez gives a clinic on tapping, percussion and slapping for his set at the festival.
Roger Netherton tries out an Eastman guitar at the music and arts display table while taking in the sights at the festival.
Nearly every style of play was on display - from jazz to classical to rock to blues and even air - at the first Park Place Guitar Festival Saturday at Park Place, 5870 E. Broadway.
Julie Janney, above, and fellow local artists Esther Rogoway, Ken Tesoriere and Sean-Paul Pluguez will each complete a painting Saturday during Splash! in the center courtyard at La Encantada. "This will be something different for me - it's on the fly!," Janney said.
The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance hopes to make a big Splash! while raising some big bucks for youth arts education programs Saturday evening at La Encantada.
University High School freshman Bridgette Butz works on her painting during the second annual Park Place Chalk Art Festival at Park Place, held Saturday and Sunday. The artwork transformed the north-side sidewalks from the Total Wine and Sears' entrance to the front of Macy's Department Stor…
Esabella Gauthier, 8, works on a short stretch of the sidewalk in the Macy's Kidzone during the Park Place Chalk Art Festival. The Kidzone gave children, ages 3-12, the opportunity to create original pieces of chalk art with the help of an artist instructor.
Makenzie Wilson, 4, gets some help from her father, Mark, at the Kidzone during the chalk-art event at Park Place mall. The event was put on by the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance, which hosts arts and music events citywide. Next up is the Arts in the Plaza Fine Art & Jazz …
Artist Kati Astraeir, who does mystical and visionary art, was among the mural artists at the Park Place Chalk Art Festival. In addition to artist murals by pros, the event included an open-to-the-public Community Participation Mural. The theme was traveling across the valley from Saguaro Na…
The La Encantada Performing and Fine Art Festival this weekend also will feature dozens of artists.
Children and adults will have plenty of entertainment at this weekend's La Encantada Performing and Fine Art Festival.
Christy Marsh checks out a 1954 Packard Super Clipper Panama at the Oro Valley Classics Oldies and Car Show at the Oro Valley Marketplace. Saturday's show featured about 200 cars and trucks, activities for children, music and food including Western Smoke BBQ, Hawaiian shaved ice and Sonoran …