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Film & Performance
July 18, 7pm
CF's Summer Film Series: Exit Through The Gift Shop

Featured Events

Aug 24, 2016, 3:30pm

Object of the Month: Madame Koch and Her Children by Julius Rolshoven

Aug 25, 2016, 11:30am
Object of the Month: Madame Koch and Her Children by Julius Rolshoven In 1899 an influential critic wrote of this family portrait: “So vivid is its scheme of color, so sure its drawing, and so triumphant its technique that it ‘comes down to you’ from almost any point in the room.” Join Docent Harriet Kaplan for an intimate visit with the Koch family. Image credit: Julius Rolshoven, American, 1858-1930. Madame Koch and Her Children, 1898. Oil on canvas. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, Gift of Ellen and Howard C. Katz in honor of the Museum's 50th Anniversary.

Downtown Chamber Series Concert

Aug 24, 2016, 7pm
Escape the heat and join us for chamber music in the Great Hall surrounded by works from the contemporary collection. The program will feature the woodwind quintet Mill Ave Chamber Players performing a powerful work by Shostakovich, a new piece by John Steinmetz, and other selections spotlighting the diverse instruments in this fabulous ensemble. Tickets are $15 each, including museum admission.  No discount for museum members.  Full-time students of any age are free, please call to reserve. Limited seating, advance tickets are advised. To order tickets please visit or call 602-254-1491.

Make It!

Aug 24, 2016, 3:30pm
Create scratch art using symbols of Meso-America and by drawing inspiration from Columna interminable (Endless Column) by Betsabeé Romero.   Make It is a monthly drop-in, family-friendly, art-making activity. Each month features a different activity inspired by objects in the Museum’s collection or current exhibitions. All ages and skill levels are welcome.   Make It! is free, no registration required, and is part of #phxartfamily and #FreeAfterThree (each Wednesday, General Admission is free from 3pm- 9pm).  

Educator Arts Day: Arts Integrated Learning & Cultural Resource Fair

Aug 27, 2016, 8:30am
CONNECT. The arts connect students to people, places, and big ideas. Learn to connect the arts to your classroom curriculum through presentations and participatory workshops. During registration, you'll select THREE workshops to attend. You are welcome to register for any available session, although some are targeted for specific audiences. We hope you'll branch out and try something new - even something outside of your comfort zone! Learn to connect your teaching practice with the visual arts, theater, music, opera, and dance! Workshop Options: Reading Portraits as Biography – PHOENIX ART MUSEUM Connect & Create – PHOENIX ART MUSEUM 
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