Get to Know Tubac Arts Volunteer | Diane Brooks

Q: Tell us about yourself. What are your interests and hobbies? I am a retired nurse practitioner from California.  My husband and I visited Tubac several times before deciding to retire here.  We loved the friendly people we met on each visit and the warm...

Meridith McNeal-Off the Walls & Behind the Brush

Meet the award winners from XXXV Arizona Aqueous Meridith McNeal Artist Meridith McNeal “Inside Outside Quarantine A Cropolis” Juror’s Award Aqueous XXXV Q: What exhibits at Tubac Center of the Arts have you participated in and have you won any...

2021 AZ Aqueous Exhibit XXXV

January 15 – February 21, 2021 The annual Arizona Aqueous XXV exhibit opened on Friday, January 14th with a virtual ZOOM reception. Juror, Jim Waid of Tucson selected 55 works of art from 257 submitted images.  Awards were selected in person and then presented...
TCA is awarded grant from AZ Humanities

TCA is awarded grant from AZ Humanities

Tubac Center of the Arts Enhances Art Speaks Program with AZ Humanities Grant July 6, 2020, Tubac, AZ. Tubac Center of the Arts, (TCA) has been awarded an Arizona Humanities CARES grant to enhance the Art Speaks program and to address COVID-19 safety recommendations....
TCA Selected to host Voices & Votes

TCA Selected to host Voices & Votes

Tubac Center of the Arts is bringing “Voices & Votes: Democracy in America” to Tubac, October 2 – November 15th, 2020. This Smithsonian Museum on Main Street exhibit, in partnership with the Arizona Humanities, is traveling to 5 rural communities through Arizona....
Michael Fenlason

Michael Fenlason

“In the end, though, the arts are the purest expression of our humanity. We don’t make art to make money. We make art because we are human, and until discovered otherwise, no other thing in the universe has such an inclination.” – Michael Fenlason ...
Customer + Consigner = Miles of Smiles

Customer + Consigner = Miles of Smiles

When a customer runs into a consigner in the TCA Shop, good things can happen!  In this case, local resident Julianne Jenny (“Jenny” is on right) — who crafts sustainable, earth-friendly pieces made from found treasures in her native Hawaii — dropped by...