A designer is sought to “make a place” where the events of January 8th are remembered and where citizens can freely engage in meaningful contemplation and civil dialogue.
“This report is a substantive guide to understanding what difference both a public arts agency and its grantees can make as social change agents.” Pam Korza, Animating Democracy
The full report on the economic health and vitality of Tucson’s Warehouse Arts District, which received funding from the NEA, is now available.
The Tucson Pima Arts Council fosters artistic expression, civic participation and the economic growth of our diverse community by supporting, promoting, and advocating for arts and culture.
As crowds gather to celebrate the opening of the Tucson Streetcar on the weekend of Friday, July 25th through Sunday, July 27th, they will discover a feast for the eyes: unique works of public art that grace 11 of the Streetcar’s stops.learn more
Article reprinted from Arts Link (Summer 2014), published by Americans for the Arts. SOMETHING THAT ALL organizations, big and small, deal with is evaluating impact. Especially in the nonprofit arts, determining what to measure and how to measure it can seem nearly impossible. Four years after initiating its PLACE (People, Land, Arts, Culture, and Engagement) […]learn more
The Tucson Pima Arts Council presents “Mysteries,” featuring artworks by Caroline Pyevich, Becky Duncan and Kristy Thomas. The eclectic group of works on display range from moonlit cereus flowers and sun-drenched outdoor still lives to shimmering abstractions and fantastical other worlds.learn more
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