Scottsdale Library Launches Wright Design Exhibit


Opening reception slated for Sept. 21 Valley residents are invited to learn more about the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright’s impact on Arizona architecture through Footprints on the Desert: Frank Lloyd Wright in Arizona from Sept. 15 – Dec. 31 at the Gallery @ the Library, Scottsdale Civic Center, 3839 North Drinkwater Boulevard. “Frank Lloyd Wright […]

Student Artists Sought For Hidden in the Hills


Information sessions begin Sept. 15 The nonprofit Sonoran Arts League is issuing a “Call for Student Artists” for the 22nd Annual Hidden in the Hills Artist Studio Tour (HITH) taking place the last two weekends of November. Student artists in grades 6 through 12 from the Phoenix metropolitan area are encouraged to showcase and sell […]

PhxArt Open for Kids


Investing in arts and culture in the Valley  In the last two years, an average of more than 25,000 children have visited the Phoenix Art Museum each year, and the Museum says that with an ongoing expansion of school field trip programs, that number is anticipated to exceed more than 35,000 children in the 2018–19 […]

Take An Art Walk This Summer!


Valley studios and galleries open their doors The Scottsdale Gallery Association (SGA) announced that the Summer Spectacular Art Walk, presented by Museum Square, will take place along Main Street from Scottsdale Road to Goldwater Boulevard and north of Indian School on Marshall Way to 5th Avenue. The event will be held Thursday, July 12, from […]

Rock Your Local Library


Summer reading and so much more By Kathryn M. Miller ~ School is out for summer, but that doesn’t mean that the learning needs to end. In fact, according to research compiled by the Brookings Institute, on average, student’s achievement scores decline over summer vacation by one month’s worth (or more) of school-year learning. The […]

Ten Days Of Delicious Culinary Exploration


Two times per year, the Arizona Restaurant Association offers Valley chefs the opportunity to showcase their creative culinary chops — and diners to savor their tasty creations — during its annual Spring and Winter Arizona Restaurant Week (ARW) events. The 10-day events offer three-course, prix-fixe menus (for $33 or $44 per person) to diners across […]

Scottsdale Culinary Festival Celebrates Fortieth Anniversary


40 local restaurants, 30 craft breweries, 20 bands & more Hosted by the Scottsdale League for the Arts, this year’s Scottsdale Culinary Festival is expected be the biggest and best yet. Guests at this 40th anniversary celebration will enjoy tasting the culinary creations from 40 local restaurants, live music by 20 bands, a teen cooking […]

Three-day Celebration Of Creativity & The Arts


48th annual Scottsdale Arts Festival Known for its high-quality art and beautiful park setting, the Scottsdale Arts Festival returns for its 48th year March 9–11. This year’s festival will showcase 175 jury-selected artists from throughout the United States and abroad who work in painting, sculpture, glass, ceramics, jewelry, photography and other media. Held at Scottsdale […]

Baseball, Baltimore & A Bombshell Brainiac


Jewish Film Festival returns in February The 22nd annual Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival (GPJFF), running February 11–25 at three theaters, will bring 21 international films to the Valley, including the Arizona premiere of a documentary following a ragtag team of professional Jewish American athletes playing in the 2017 World Baseball Classic. Coinciding nicely with […]

Arizona Fine Art Expo Kicks Off In January


Enjoy ten weeks of fine art and more Artists from across the globe will make the beautiful Sonoran Desert in North Scottsdale home for 10 weeks as they create original pieces of art in what has come to be known as one of Arizona’s best venues for collecting fine art. The Arizona Fine Art Expo […]