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

Members' Exhibition Opening Reception: Iris van Herpen

Mar 1, 2018, 6pm
  RSVP to membership@phxart.org or at 602-257-2129 Contributor, Supporter, Sponsor, and Fellow-level Members are invited to enjoy light appetizers and a cash bar to celebrate the opening of Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion.   Questions? Contact our Membership office at membership@phxart.org.

Upper-Level Members Opening Reception for Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion

Mar 1, 2018, 6pm
Contributor-, Supporter-, Sponsor-, and Fellow-level Members are invited to enjoy light appetizers and a cash bar to celebrate the opening of Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion. For more details, please contact membership@phxart.org or 602.257.2124. To upgrade your Membership in order to attend this reception and other exclusive Upper-Level Members' events, please click here. Image credit: Iris van Herpen, Radiation Invasion, Dress, September 2009. Faux leather, gold foil, cotton, and tulle. Groninger Museum. Photo by Bart Oomes, No 6 Studios.

First Friday at Phoenix Art Museum

Mar 2, 2018, 6pm
Every First Friday, Phoenix Art Museum offers free general admission and discounted special exhibition admission* from 6 - 10PM. *Special exhibitions are free for Museum Members. Share your First Friday experience: @phxart #phxartff Special Events: Lidia Yuknavitch: Cli-Fi Bodies, Heart-Born Worlds   #Untitled: Teens at PhxArt   Peformance: Crossing 32nd Street with Manuel Rangel 8 pm | Dorrance Sculpture Garden Crossing 32nd Street, named Phoenix's 'Best New Classical Music Ensemble' by the Arizona Republic, strives to increase the awareness and understanding of modern music through an aggressive commitment to performing relevant contemporary works at the highest level. Perf... (View more)

Lidia Yuknavitch: Cli-Fi Bodies, Heart-Born Worlds

Mar 2, 2018, 7pm
Bestselling author Lidia Yuknavitch will visit Phoenix Art Museum on First Friday, March 2 to present a talk entitled "Cli-Fi Bodies, Heart-Born Worlds."  After the talk, Lidia will have a moderated Q-and-A session with Matt Bell. A book signing of Yuknavitch's The Book of Joan will follow in the Great Hall.  About the Talk A growing number of contemporary Cli-Fi novels are changing what we mean when we say dystopian fiction—Station Eleven, Borne, American War, Future Home of the Living God, and The Book of Joan are all examples where authors are asking how we might radically reinvent our relationship to the planet, each other, and ourselves. What if we loved the planet the way we claim to love our partn... (View more)