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Beautiful Marvelous

Tucson Botanical Gardens 2150 N Alvernon Way, Tucson

Burle Marx The tropics of Brazil, in Tucson? Tucson Landscape designer, Jason Isenberg and his team at REALM will transform over 2,000 square feet of the Exhibition Garden into a modernist garden – with a southwest twist. The temporary display garden will highlight asymmetric forms, color and definition that define Continue reading

Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition

UA School of Art 1031 N. Olive Road, Room 108, Tucson

The School of Art is proud to present the 2020 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition. The show takes place annually each spring semester to highlight the work of our studio and AVCE undergraduates. Students were encouraged to submit a fully realized artist statement or design philosophy along with 6 works Continue reading

Tapestries in Glass

Philabaum Gallery 711 S 6th Avenue, Tucson

Philabaum Glass Gallery will welcome Montana Artist Richard Parrish on Saturday, February 8th for the opening of an exhibition featuring his exquisite works “Tapestries in Glass”. Parrish is an artist and educator who works in kilnformed glass. His tapestry collection is widely recognized for “their intricate patterns and colors. Inspired Continue reading

Docent Art Talks

Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block 140 North Main Avenue, Tucson

In his very original cartoons, Saul Steinberg told stories of humanity with mystery, complexity and humor. This Art Talk is presented by Susan Hill. — Art Talks take place every Wednesday between January and April at 1:30 PM in the Stonewall Community Room. Art Talks are free with museum admission. Continue reading

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