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The Trunk Space

The Trunk Space is perhaps one of Phoenix’s most unique venues to consume art. It is one of the few places in the Valley that really embraces experimental art of all kinds, be it visual, music, theatre, or just about anything. It has become a centerpiece of the growing independent, more urban and youth-centric art community. Owners JRC and Stephanie Carrico make a point to use the entire space—not just …more…


In a city that sees sunny skies almost year round, it seems natural that art too will find its way outdoors. IN FLUX is a program that commissions, promotes and enables temporary and public art in and around downtown Scottsdale and Temple. It began in 2010 with the Scottsdale Cultural Council as a pilot program to help draw attention and interest to struggling businesses in the Marshall Way district. IN …more…

2012 Scottsdale Arts Festival

The award-winning Scottsdale Arts Festival will be taking place on March 9 through March 11 at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. One of the Center’s biggest annual productions, the Festival will present the works of almost 200 artists from all around the country and North America. ...more...

Arizona Theatre Company

Arizona Theatre Company’s production of Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps was such a success in Phoenix that they had add performances to match the demand. Even if slapstick isn’t your thing, it’s impossible to ignore the talent of the four actors who played over 150 characters throughout the play. Sarah Agnew, Robert O. Berdahl, Jim Lichtscheidl, and Luverne Seifert did a fantastic job running about onstage and off, executing costume …more…

First Fridays coming up February 3rd

Alan Disparte Painting at Modified Arts

All Phoenix art lovers always know what they’ll be doing on the first Friday of the month. First Fridays is a downtown Phoenix tradition that has been around for about twenty years. For this one night of the month, various galleries and art spaces in the downtown art district open their doors free of charge in an effort to promote the local arts businesses …more…

Giorgio di Sant’Angelo at Phoenix Art Museum

Giorgio di Sant’Angelo was an Italian-born fashion designer whose three-decade long career is one of the most vibrant and exuberant moments in the history of American fashion design. Sant’Angelo is responsible for capturing hippie culture, with a feminine and progressive edge, and introducing it to the luxury fashion world. Rising to prominence in the late 60s, the designer took to the hippie movement and created high fashion based on Native …more…