Upcoming Events › Events
“A Conversation of Art,” with Joanne Stuhr, Curator of the Kasser Mochary Art Foundation and Karen Brennan, award-winning author, National Endowment of the Arts recipient, and Professor Emerita at the University of Utah. Free for members, $8 suggested donation for guests and nonmembers.
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.
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.
This duo show brings together Mark Mulligan with amazing songwriter Thom Shepherd!