Arizona artists are invited to submit up to six art pieces for consideration in “Visual Feasting,” on display Jan. 5 – Feb. 26, 2018 at the Herberger Theater Center, 222 E. Monroe Street in Phoenix. The concept of food as life’s enrichment will be conveyed in this art exhibit. Guest curated by Jill Friedberg, the […]
The 18th annual Arizona Young Artists’ Competition, a collaboration between the Herberger Theater and Center Dance Ensemble, has announced its Arizona scholarship winners. The collaboration showcases artists ages 15-19 in the disciplines of acting dance and voice.
Phoenix Symphony violinist Lan Qiu and his family will usher in notes of hope when they headline the annual Sounds of Spring concert at Beth Ami Temple, 3535 E. Lincoln Blvd. 3 p.m. Sunday, April 30. Mr. Qiu, his wife Joy, and sons Ivan and Allen Pan will perform a selection of songs, ranging from […]
“Intersection” morphs artwork, technology, sound and interactivity from 6 to 10 p.m., March 17 – 18, turning the A.E. England Building at Civic Space Park into a glowing canvas. A temporary digital projection project designed to transform a public space in downtown Phoenix, during Art Detour 29, this is the second in a series organized […]
The Herberger Theater Center will “Dim the Lights” in memory of the late Gary K. Herberger at 6:50 p.m. on Saturday, March 11. The Herberger Theater Center will turn off the marquee lights outside its doors and sign on the fly tower for one minute before the Arizona Young Artists’ Competition finals to honor the […]
The Herberger Theater Center at 222 E. Monroe in downtown Phoenix is hosting a pair of free events in April both Friday, April 7. The theater will host an opening reception for a guest-curated exhibit Dreaming a New World featuring Sarah Kriehn and Kathy Taylor from 5:30-7 p.m., according to a press release. The theater […]
Emmy award-winning veteran journalist and author Lesley Stahl will be featured at the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute Distinguished Speakers Series luncheon Wednesday, April 26 at the Arizona Biltmore Resort at 2400 E. Missouri Ave. in Phoenix. Joining the O’Connor Institute as a collaborative partner for this occasion is the Wings Women’s Board of the Phoenix […]
In celebration of the great detective with piercing observation and deduction skills, the Herberger Theater Center and ASU Center for Film, Media and Popular Culture present a Sherlock Holmes Film Festival, March 24-25 at the Herberger Theater, featuring five films of the popular series that spans 100 years. The Herberger Theater is in downtown Phoenix at 222 E. Monroe Street. Whether a first-timer or devoted Sherlockian, guests will enjoy delightful mysteries, intrigue and some of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most unforgettable characters, according to a press release.
Ballet is a practice steeped in tradition, but Ballet Arizona will bring an edgy viewpoint to the classic dance with Today’s Masters. The series of modern works will showcase original choreography from Thursday, March 24 to Sunday, March 26 at Orpheum Theatre in downtown Phoenix. Today’s Masters puts acclaimed choreographers in the spotlight for a program of creative and diverse works appealing to a range of interests, according to a press release.
Phoenix’s monOrchid Gallery kicked off the work of award-winning husband and wife filmmaker and photography team, Hakeem Khaaliq and Queen Muhammad Ali, with an opening reception Thursday, March 2. The exhibit, “‘Encuentro Phoenix’ Invisible Mexico” can be viewed at the gallery, 214 E. Roosevelt Street.