The 2013 winners of the Lumies Arts & Business Awards, hosted by the Tucson Pima Arts Council, gather together on the floor of El Casino Ballroom. Photo: Tom Willett.
Join the Lumies Celebration on June 7th! Pictured here are the 2013 Lumies nominees for "Arts Education Program" (from left): Live Theatre Workshop, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson Youth Poetry Slam and the Loft Cinema.
2013 Lumies nominees for "Emerging Artist" include (from left) borderlands filmmaker LuisCarlos Davis, roots-folk musician Brian Lopez and designer/illustrator Julie Rustad.
The exhibit "Textural Connections" on display at the Pioneer Building features artworks by (from left) the late Nancy Denzler, Katrina Lasko and Mary-Ellen Palmieri. Through July 12.
Worker installs artwork by Mary Lucking for the Tucson Modern Streetcar's Fourth Avenue stop. Photo courtesy of Arizona Daily Star.
2013 Lumies nominees for "Established Arts Organization" include (from left) UA Press, Rialto Theatre, UApresents, Flam Chen/MMOS and Pan Left Productions.
Among the 2013 Lumies nominees for "Arts Educator" are (from left) Dennis Bourret/Tucson Junior Strings and Rome Hamner/Odaiko Sonora.
Among the 2013 Lumies nominees for "Arts Educator" are (from left) Ann Simmons-Myers/Pima Community College, Joseph Rodgers/Dancing in the Streets AZ and Kimi Eisele/UA Poetry Center. are the 2013 Lumies nominees for "Arts Education Program" (from left): Live Theatre Workshop, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson Youth Poetry Slam and the Loft Cinema.
Gonzalo Espinosa, a public artist and founder of Las Artes educational program, is one of four nominees for a Lumies Artist Lifetime Achivement award.
Borderlands Theatre actors perform “Guapa,” directed by Barclay Goldsmith who has been nominated for a Lumies Artist Lifetime Achievement award.
Pictured here is a mixed-media work by To-Ree-Nee Wolf Keiser McArdle, a performer and artist who is a Lumies nominee for the Artist Lifetime Achievement Award.
Viva Peforming Arts dance students help to keep traditional Mexican dance alive. The center’s founder, Julie Gallego, is a nominee for a Lumies Artist Lifetime Achivement Award.
“Supported by a TPAC PLACE IV initiatve grant, Cyclovia Street Life Interactive Art is a series of interactive art installations along the Cyclovia bicycle route. Photo courtesy of Daniela Ontiveros.”
Six young artists to win the Pima County Youth Art Awards are honored at the Crystal Apple Awards. Four artists appear here with Pima Community Foundation’s Cheryl House (far left) and TPAC Grants Manager Leia Maahs (far right), who coordinated the awards process.