Take a look at dozens of Tucson murals — plus a map of where to find them.
"Renegades: Born in the USA" by Barack Obama, Bruce Springsteen; Crown (320 pages, $50) ——— In 2008, an unlikely friendship began to flourish between a rock 'n' roll legend and an American politician. Barack Obama was campaigning to become the first Black president of the United States, and he invited Bruce Springsteen to perform a concert at a rally in Ohio. "I had wonderful experiences ...
Students and community members swing on Arizona Arts Live's new art installation, called "Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0," on The University of Arizon…
Residents of The Hacienda at the Canyon gathered to watch other fellow residents put on a staged reading of "The Sound of Music" titled "The S…
Ropes are hoisted from the catwalk, known as the high steel, above the theater space at the Temple of Music and Art and tied to white light bo…
Live music, dance, theater.
Watch the Olympics on television, then celebrate its host country with these local Japanese-themed activities.
OPINION: "We wholeheartedly support this investment, and are proud to have had the opportunity to vote in favor of the proposal," write Tucson Unified School Board members Sadie Shaw and Ravi Grivoid-Shah.
The Arizona Dance Coalition is celebrating the cultural and economic impact the events have had, including one in Tucson that is nearly 50 years old.
Take an inside look into Tucson's newest art and entertainment installation, World of Wonders, located inside the Tucson Mall. World of Wonder…
COVID-19 forced theaters and orchestras to perform on the virtual stage, where audiences far removed from Tucson discovered them.
OPINION: "As we watch the shuttering of one after another of Tucson's iconic restaurants, regional arts nonprofits must heed the parallel warning signs and sound the alarm," writes Executive Director of the Tucson Botanical Gardens Michelle Conklin.
Three years after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, Tom Philabaum has sold his glass art gallery in downtown Tucson and is ready to return to the simple pleasure of making art.
Los artistas deben apurarse a enviar su solicitud para esta ayuda, el plazo vence el 5 de octubre
Arizona Arts Live positions itself to be part of Tucson's post-COVID renaissance and reinvention with programming this season that's socially-distanced and virtual.
"I seriously do believe that, that they are the soul of our city, the identity of our city," said Tucson Mayor Regina Romero of local artists and arts groups. "It is an important piece of our economy and we felt responsible to provide assistance to those impacted by COVID-19."
Officials say the move to digital content offers the Tucson Symphony Orchestra a new stage and the chance to reach new audiences.
Catalyst Arts & Maker Space gives artists and organizations a place to create and collaborate.
Lori Wiest earned her doctoral degree in Tucson before setting out for a long career at Washington State University.