Monthly Archives: February 2015

Arte de Avian

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Images above, left to right: “Baby Hummingbirds,” Leslie Miller, “Migration #5,” John Fansmith, “Arizona Transplant,” Linda Fox, “East African Crowned Cranes,” Dianne Yudelson

 Arte de Avian – at Tubac Center of the Arts, March 13 – April 26, 2015

“Arte de Avian” is a nationally juried exhibit of art that celebrates birds and birding.  Artist/Juror Ben Johnson of Tucson selected 69 works of art from over 220 entries submitted.  The work represents artists from 18 states working in oil, acrylic, mixed media, ceramic & jewelry. “Arte de Avian”anchors a community wide celebration of birds and birding as “Tubac Takes Flight” including “Poetry of the Wild,” a public art project in partnership with the Anza Trail Coalition, and additional bird walks, talks and presentations at Tubac Center of the Arts and throughout the Tubac area community.

 

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:

Lawrence Beck, Larry Blackwood, John Brasaemle, Weston Brownlee, Brian Carney, Shirley Cleary, Rosemary Corneto, Cheryl Crane, Barbara Dahlstedt, Robert Dash, Carol Faber, John Fansmith, Ellen Fountain, Linda Fox, Gail Frasier, Barbara Garrett, Thomas Graham, Linda Harrison-Parsons, Jennifer Howard, Irene Imfeld, Jessi Kerr, Kathy Kleinsteiber, Diane  Kleiss, Kathleen Koopman, Pam Little, Fiona Lovelock, Laurel Macdonald, Valerie Mann, Leslie Miller, Joy Mills, Warren Norgaard, David and Paula Perino, Denneen Peterson, Gene Reineking, Rebecca Riel, Judith Rose, Nan Runde, Marty Sewell, Rex Short, Virginia Short, Leslie Sinclair, Lynn Skordal, Maggie Smith, Flavia Souza, L. Susan Stark, Linda Strand, Cassandra Swierenga, Carol Swiggett, Jill Tower, Archie Tucker, Paul Tunkis, Randy Van Dyck, Risa Waldt, L. Wren Walraven, Pamela Wedemeyer, Myrna York, Dianne Yudelson, Kim Zarney

Bolero Dinero!

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In the 1850s, the Heintzelman Mining Company of Tubac created their own scrip for community use.And because Tubac is the place where art and history meet, the village is re-introducing the concept in 2015. 

At all major community events, such as the Festival of the Arts, Spring Art Walk, and Bonanza days, contest drawings will be held to receive Bolero Dinero, the specialized currency for use in Tubac. Many shops, galleries (including ours), and eateries will be accepting Bolero Dinero.

Participating businesses will each determine the value of Bolero Dinero in their establishments. You can participate in the contest by either liking the Tubac Chamber of Commerce Facebook page or by signing in at the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park or the Tubac Center of the Arts.

Prizes that will be awarded include: a 2015 commemorative Tubac Festival of the Arts poster, lunch for two at Elvira’s restaurant, golf for two at Tubac Golf Resort & Spa, and entrance for two at Tubac Presidio.

Click here for participating merchants.

Click here for the full press release.

Click here to listen to the radio interview about the project.