Jerome’s next First Saturday Art & Wine Walk will be this Saturday, June 3, from 5 to 8 p.m., presented by the Jerome Chamber of Commerce.
¡Qué Hermoso!, a special exhibition has been extended through May 31 in the Special Exhibitions Gallery at the Arts Center due to its popularity.
The Sedona International Film Festival presents ‘Spectacular Sedona’ featuring the photography of Brent Jones on Thursday, May 25 at 2 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Nicholas Osborn, sophomore at Mingus Union High School, took first place in the 41st Annual Youth Arts Scholarship Competition at the Prescott Center for the Arts.
The Arizona High School Musical Theatre Award nominees were announced April 28, and Mingus Union’s A.T.O.R.T. had a finalist in ten of 11 categories.
From May 18 through June 20, the ‘Tis Art Center and Gallery in historic downtown Prescott will present ‘Journeys in Spirit 2023’: Traditional and Contemporary Native Art.
Sedona Arts Center presents, ¡Qué Hermoso! a special exhibition showing from May 3 to 26 in the Special Exhibitions Gallery at the Arts Center.
Mountain Trails Gallery in the Village of Tlaquepaque is proud to present ‘Horses & Friends’ which opens on First Friday, May 5 with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m.
Romonia Rowe, Mona to her friends and family, loved to paint landscapes, create children’s illustrations and sculpt cats.
Few artists can claim to have had a career as long and rewarding as Ruth Holland Waddell’s.
Sedona Arts Center presents, ¡Qué Hermoso! A special exhibition showing from May 3 to 26 in the Special Exhibitions Gallery at the Arts Center.
All-a-Glow Artisans of a Sedona is a boutique gallery and gift shop that features over a dozen local artisans, with beautiful works including paintings, photography, Navajo art, copper and artistic jewelry, metal art, fabric art, pottery, crystals, lavender products, and more.
Animals have inspired artists since cave walls became ideal canvases.
Sedona artist Sandra Beck has an uncanny knack for capturing the personality of animals. Her watercolor style, which is best described as a cross between realism and impressionism, is perfect for her sought-after pet portraits.
An art/history exhibit entitled ‘Gino Parin and the Holocaust,’ is being held through April 28 in the Clara M Lovett Art Museum at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff (open Tues-Sat; noon-5 p.m.).