The Book Cover Exhibition celebrates the fine art of judging a book by its cover.
The Master Artist gallery reopens presenting the art of TCA’s permanent collection of works by master artists: Francis H. Beaugureau Hugh Cabot Hart Haller (Hal) Empie Tom Hill Dale Nichols Ross Stefan Jean Wilson Mortimer Wilson Jr. Nicholas Wilson
This season Tubac "Takes Flight" with a broader definition on flight, including birds, wings, planes, flying, ascension, put to flight, to force to flee or run away; to take flight, or to retreat. What does "Flight" mean to you? In this national juried exhibit we will discover the many different interpretations as artists create works in multiple mediums. Please join us on Friday, March 3, 2017, 5-7pm for the opening reception and meet the artists for this special exhibit.
Carol St. John discusses her new book, "Such A Nice Girl."
LILIA ! A one-woman play written and performed by Libby Skala. The indomitable Lilia Skala comes to life in her grand-daughter’s deeply personal celebration of a life in the theatre. Buoyed by a resolute faith, the Austrian stage actress flees the Third Reich and finds herself laboring in a NY zipper factory before working her way back to Broadway and the silver screen, eventually to collect Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe award nominations. Call TCA for tickets at 520.398.2371. Individual tickets:…
Tubac Center of the Arts is pleased to present the annual high school exhibit, “Hi-Art” with an opening reception on Friday, April 14th, 5-7pm. The exhibit supports students in the Santa Cruz Valley high schools from Sahuarita to Nogales. The scholarship, awards and exhibit are generously sponsored by “Cowboy Christmas,” an annual fundraising event held each December by Rogoway Turquoise Tortoise Gallery and Tubac Territory Gallery. The exhibit continues through Sunday, April 30, 2017.
"Desert Dreams," paintings by Jose Trujillo. "I believe a painting should represent the subject and its relationship to the world— it should be a celebration of its existence in the universe in the best possible light. " Jose Trujillo