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Check out some of the visual arts options you can see in person over the next few months.

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A new exhibition at the Tucson Museum of Art showcases how the work of one gallery owner greatly influenced the world of art. Behind the wheel of what appears to be a very old, and intensely green pickup, a driver with long curly hair scans the desert road ahead, dotted with blossoming saguaros and leading […]

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A Posse of Painted Peccaries One of Arizona’s most famous critters is honored with an outdoor sculptural exhibit. Tubac is wild about their local “painted” wildlife! Javelinas de Tubac is an eye-catching outdoor exhibit coordinated by the Tubac Center of the Arts. This community-wide endeavor began as an idea developed by two local artists: Virginia […]

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PHOTOS SUPPLIED BY JACK KULAWIK AND ERIC HINOTE Private Space II A vignette from a barrio dwelling, this work was the beginning of my painting local scenes and adding colors that actually might not be there. That technique helps me to tell the story of how I feel about a place, rather than trying to […]

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SCOTT BARKER A new exhibition at the Center for Creative Photography demonstrates how one gallery in New York City revolutionized the way we view photography. The year 1971 was a time for groundbreaking cultural changes, ranging from the airing of the first episode of Norman Lear’s beloved sitcom All in the Family, the first visitors […]

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You won’t want to miss these official events that celebrate our city’s birthday.   Tucson Presidio Birthday Celebrate the 244th anniversary of the founding of the Tucson Presidio at the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum. Enjoy a mayoral proclamation, mariachi music, Chinese Lion Dance, an appearance by the Greater Southern Arizona Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers, […]