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Arizona Citizens for the Arts has organized a 24-hour virtual telethon with live-streamed performances and appearances by Arizona artists, celebrities, business owners and elected officials statewide from 5 p.m. Friday, April 3 to 4:59 p.m. Saturday, April 4. more
Responding to the recent state of emergency, the Arizona Restaurant Association is creating a new marketing strategy to help support local dining establishments with the debut of Arizona Takeout Week. more
Out of “love and care” for visitors, members, volunteers, and staff, the Phoenix Art Museum, at 1625 N. Central Ave., has temporarily closed its galleries, retail space, the Lemon Art Research Library, and other physical spaces through April 6. more
Originally scheduled for April 4-5, due to mounting public health concerns, the 40th Annual Phoenix Pride Festival and Parade has been postponed until fall. more
Local artist, Isaac Nicholas Caruso, 31, will design and paint a mural on the front of The Bob & Renee Parsons Place for Art and Transformation building. more
With ongoing events related to COVID-19 (coronavirus), Taco Fest at Salt River Fields, that was originally scheduled for Saturday, April 4, is postponed indefinitely. more
Scottsdale Fashion Week, presented by Purely Sedona, will be postponed to Sept. 24-27. more
The Cosanti Foundation has announced operational changes at both Arcosanti and Cosanti effectively immediately, and through March 29 or until further notice. The Cosanti Foundation is acting as a … more
iTheatre Collaborative, Resident Company on the Kax Stage at the Herberger Theater Center, will open “I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers” by John Logan on March 27. more
The Profession Women's Hockey Players Association's Dream Gap Tour made a stop in Arizona March 6-8, showcasing some top talent in women's hockey. more
The Cosanti Foundation is celebrating half a century of dedication to the arts, environmental stewardship, research, education, and cultural transformation with a robust season of events and programs for the public. more
The Olney Gallery, 100 W. Roosevelt St. in Phoenix, presents Art Detour 32 with live painting and printmaking demonstrations 6-9 p.m., through March 25. more
Arizona Theatre Company Artistic Director Sean Daniels, whose personal battle with alcoholism was chronicled in his Off-Broadway autobiographical play, “The White Chip,” will receive the … more
Arizona Masterworks Chorale will perform “Missa Kenya, Gospel and Spirituals” at 3 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church on Sunday, March 15. more
A unique project is pooling together 30 artists attending the Arizona Fine Art EXPO in north Scottsdale. more
A world premiere musical in Phoenix has set box office records and attracted younger and more diverse audiences with its uplifting story and original and compelling music. Americano! --- the … more
The 10th annual LPGA Volvik Founders Cup has announced the return of the Women’s Leadership Forum, an extension of its annual “What’s Fore Lunch” program. more
The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) recently announced Volvik, the golf ball manufacturer, has signed on to become the official 2020 title sponsor of the newly renamed Volvik Founders Cup. more
Valley Youth Theatre opens the fourth production in the theatre’s 31st anniversary season with “The Princess and the Pea” Friday, Feb. 7 at Valley Youth Theatre, 525 N. First St. in downtown Phoenix. more
Karin Gunderson will be in concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 16 at Ascension Lutheran Church in Paradise Valley. more
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