From 6–10 pm on the first Friday of each month, Phoenix Art Museum is open to the public with Pay-What-You-Wish admission. Share your First Friday experience: @phxart #phxartff
The Just 3 Things food pantry was created as a project of the Jewish Family and Children's Service's Real World Job Development Center. At Real World, teens aging out of the foster care system learn independent living skills and work to earn their GED or high school diploma. One of the greatest challenges they face is hunger. Generous donations from the community help alleviate this need. Children and families served through other JFCS programs also benefit from the Just 3 Things food pantry program.
Bring Just 3 Things and Get $3 Off!
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Bring three non-perishable food items for Just 3 Things and get $3 off your Teotihuacan ticket. The ticket is valid for First Friday, December 7 only.
Help us create a safe environment for you and the art by remembering the following:
‣ Artworks in the Museum are not to be touched.
‣ Food and drink (including water bottles) are not allowed in the Museum.
‣ Backpacks (large and small) are discouraged as they can damage the art. Shoulder bags are allowed.
‣ Click here to see all Museum Policies.
Getting Here by the Light Rail
The closest station to the Museum is Number 10, McDowell & Central. Click here to download the metro light rail brochure, containing a full map, fare details and operating hours.
A limited amount of parking is available at the Museum. Paid parking is available north of the Museum at Central United Methodist Church from 5 pm-10 pm on First Friday. The charge is $10 and can be paid using cash or credit card. Click here for an online map.
Free overflow parking is available across the street from the Museum at Central Arts plaza, on the 3rd and 4th floors of the parking garage on the southwest corner of Central Avenue and Palm Lane.
Phoenix Art Museum is one of five Artlink Phoenix First Friday Trolley hubs. Park and enjoy the Museum then take the trolley tour and explore all the downtown Phoenix arts and culture destinations. The Museum is conveniently located by the Central and McDowell Valley Metro Lightrail station.
Image: Lola Álvarez Bravo, Carmen Marín de Barreda, 1940s. Gelatin silver print. © Center for Creative Photography, The University of Arizona Foundation: Lola Álvarez Bravo Archive.