The Sedona International Film Festival presents Ballet in Cinema on Sunday, April 7 when it hosts the big screen encore of “The Golden Age” from the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow. There will be one show at 4 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Joshua will bring with him a new bronze rabbit, Lazy Days, that will be making its worldwide debut during the show. “You know me and rabbits,” says Joshua, laughing. “I love to sculpt them because they are odd in the way that they hold their bodies and in their anatomy. My dad, late sculptor Gene Tobey, taught me that sculpture is first and foremost about shape, and the shape of the rabbit is so appealing. They are also great subjects for big personalities.”
For more than 30 years, artists at Mountain Trails Gallery in Tlaquepaque have been inspired by the history and legends of the Old West.
The exciting spring art season continues at Lanning with the opening of an exhibition that offers a special demonstration by internationally exhibited paper artists, Jeong and Choon Yun.
James Ratliff Gallery has announced the April exhibit of Colorado artist Lelija Roy’s most recent paintings in a show titled BEYOND.
Sedona Arts Center will host a free talk and digital presentation by Sedona bronze sculptor and artist Chris Navarro April 13, 3-4:30 p.m.
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premiere of “Apollo 11” April 5-10 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
The art of contemporary batik and mixed media collage works are featured at the Jerome Artists’ Cooperative Gallery in a presentation entitled, “One Artist’s Journey.”
The monthly tradition of Jerome First Saturday Art Walk has taken root and will blossom once again this spring with new artists and studios as well as Jerome’s exciting and well-known galleries.
Professional recording artist and concert guitarist Anthony Mazzella will be performing a concert of his original music at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Thursday, April 11, 7:30 p.m.
Harold Ullery has been elected as the February-March Artist of the Month by the members of El Valle Artist Association.
The Sedona International Film Festival will present the Northern Arizona premiere of the Oscar-shortlisted “Woman at War” March 29-April 3 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
The Jerome Chamber of Commerce is preparing its yearly exploration of the back streets of this historic mining town with the 54th annual Home and Building Tour. Save the dates of May 18-19, for a look at some never before shown gems in the mile-high town, some major renovations and some yet to be announced surprises.
The Sedona International Film Festival hosts the big screen premiere at its Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
The second installment of Wagner’s Ring cycle, “Die Walküre”, stars heroic soprano Christine Goerke as the warrior goddess Brünnhilde, whose encounter with the mortal twins Siegmund and Sieglinde, sung by Stuart Skelton and Eva-Maria Westbroek, leads her on a journey from Valhalla to earthbound humanity. Philippe Jordan conducts.
Sedona’s best Open Mic night, hosted by Dan Rice, is every Thursday, 6-10 p.m. at Vino Di Sedona. Each musician is allotted an amount of time, or number of songs, and every week brings a variety of new talent along with regulars like KB Bren, Randy J, David Harvey, Robin Bryer, Jim French, and Michael Peters who frequently play at Open Mic.
Sedona’s Steakhouse89 hosts some of Sedona’s best performers like Eric Williams, Paulo, David Vincent Mills, Dave Len Scott, Gina Machovina and Phil Rossi.
The art shows help the non-profit generate revenue for the various long term existing animal-related programs, future rehabilitation center as well as potential veterinary spay and neuter clinic.
Thursday, March 28, Main Stage hosts its third installment of Beer School. This event held on the last Thursday of the month is not only educational, but a lot of fun as well. Participants pay $5 each to attend the two-hour “school” that is held by a different brewery every month.
The Town of Clarkdale has announced the 2019 Concerts in the Park band line up. It was a record year for submissions with 39 bands competing for nine concert slots.
Friday, March 29, 5 p.m., at the Sedona Library, the Poetry and Prose Project will resume its 2019 season with a show presenting three local and emerging authors.
“Hot Flashes On the Trail,” a Melodrama miss-hap is back by popular demand and will run for three nights at the Old Town Center for the Arts in Old Town Cottonwood. For those who missed performances in 2017-18 at the Blazin’ M Ranch, you have three more opportunities to enjoy this show on March 29th, 30th and 31st.
International jazz guitarist JJ Sansaverino returns to Sedona, Arizona’s Entertainment Restaurant, Sound Bites Grill, bringing his high energy; melodic and jazzy groove beats to uptown with his band on Saturday, March 30, 7 p.m.
Magic is in the air. The organizers of Sedona Wolf Week announced that two award-winning magicians, Steve Wastell and John Shryock, will perform Saturday, March 30, 7-9:30 pm., Poco Diablo Resort, 1752 State Route 179, during the closing night dinner.
Get ready to howl and run with the pack when Sedona Wolf Week returns for its third year this March 25-31. Highlighted by an extraordinarily enthralling schedule of events, SWW is the largest annual educational event of this type in the United States.