The Members’ Open Exhibit presents the work of Tubac Center of the Arts member artists and offers a variety of styles and mediums.
Mark Mulligan’s songs paint a picture of sunshine, sailboats, and sandy beaches in the warm and friendly style of Jimmy Buffett.
The works of Tucson artists, Gary Asgaard, Inna Rohr, & Aaron Roth are presented in the Master Gallery September 8 – October 22, 2017.
Please join us for the opening reception, Friday, September 8th, 5-7pm.
In this 3-day oil painting workshop with artist, David Simons, students will learn how to see with the painter’s eye.
Please join us for the opening reception of “Cabot & Cowboys” featuring the work of Tubac artist, Hugh Cabot, Friday, October 27th, 5-7pm. The exhibit will also include cowboy trappings. The exhibit continues through December 8, 2017. Opening in the Masters Gallery, “Masters At Work” presents the art of the living master artists, Virginia Hall, Tom Hill, Bobb Vann, and Nicholas Wilson.
Join TCA’s living Master Artists for a lively panel discussion.
Enjoy an evening concert with the Manhattan Dolls, a swing-style female vocal trio with the sound of The Andrews Sisters.
BASKETS FOR ALL SEASONS
The orginal “carry all” for all cultures, baskets have always been a part of everyday life for people throughout the world. Visit Tubac Center of the Arts to see Native American basketweavers at work, learn about the various kinds and types of basketry created today using techniques that have been passed on for generations. Baskets of all sizes and shapes will be available for purchase as gifts or for your own basket collection.
Royce Manual, an expert from the Arizona Humanities Council will talk about woven art and use of the Tohono O’odham “Burden Baskets” and basket making traditions throughout the southwest.
Enjoy an evening of classical guitar with world renown composer/performer, Brad Richter.
Val Vigoda is an electric violinist, singer, writer, former Army lieutenant, and founding member of the band GrooveLily. She has toured the world with Cyndi Lauper, Joe Jackson and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and is now launching her solo live-looping multimedia project, Just Getting Good.
Tucson Museum of Art docent, Susie Heinz will immerse us in the color, pattern, and texture of one of the greatest artists of the 20th Century, Henri Matisse.
Travel with Fiesta Tours, Intl. to Kino Bay in Sonora, Mexico, and experience the unique cultural area filled with traditional crafts, incredible food, and a relaxing beach atmosphere.
The play is a triangle of interests: the painting, the friendships and the need to always be right. Questions about the meaning of strange modern art and strange modern friendships–and how they’re sometimes not all that different–fly thick in the limelight.
What is ART? As the conversations move from the theoretical to the personal, three friends are forced to ask questions not only about the nature of art, but about the nature of friendship.
Artist, Felice House discusses her work and the role of women in the classic western stories.
Join us for the opening reception of this accomplished figurative painter who strives, through her portraits of women, to provide a counterpoint to the passive representations found in art historical tradition. Her subjects are beautiful and observable, but they are not consumable.
TSO Brass Quintet has a versatile repertoire ranging from the Baroque to Broadway and Dixieland Jazz to traditional classics. A brass quintet is the most powerful of the chamber ensembles and can fill up a hall with its grand sound like an organ.
Join Dr. Rubin Naiman in a discussion of the intimate relationship between dreaming and artistic expression. Using illustrative slides and poetry, Dr. Naiman will review the role that both night and waking dreams play in creativity. He will also discuss the consequences of dream loss and strategies for promoting healthy dreams.