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

Virtue & Valor: Sikh Art and Heritage

Sep 6, 2017, 12pm
Wednesday • September 6 12:00—12:30 P.M. Sikh Art Gallery Free for Members, included with General Admission In celebration of the newly-named Sikh Art Gallery, Dr. Janet Baker, Curator of Asian Art, will discuss selected works on view in Virtue and Valor: Sikh Art and Heritage, focusing in particular on portraits of the Sikh Gurus and images of The Golden Temple, with an insight into connections between Sikhism and Tibetan Buddhism. Please join us for an $18 cash (tax & gratuity Included) no-host lunch at Palette following the talk.   Presented by Asian Arts Council, a support group of Phoenix Art Museum. For more information, please contact info@asianartscouncil.org.   Image: Unkno... (View more)

Desert Dwellers

Sep 6, 2017, 7pm
Wednesday • September 6 7:00—8:30 P.M. Singer Hall Tickets available soon Free for members   Photographer scott b. davis will discuss the photograph Dead Man, Colorado Desert, 1937 by Edward Weston.   Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Longer Ways to Go: Photography of the American Road.   RSVP available soon.   About scott b. davis Scott B. Davis (born 1971) is an American photographer known for his black and white images of the Southern California landscape. Davis, who writes his name foregoing capitalization, utilizes a century-old platinum printing process and self-built camera to make 16" x 20" contact prints.

Art Lovers Book Club

Sep 6, 2017, 1pm Sep 6, 2017, 5:30pm 2 More Engagement(s) Available
The Improbability of Love: A Novel by Hannah Rothschild    This sweeping narrative and cast of wildly colorful characters takes you behind the scenes of a London auction house, into the secret operations of a powerful art dealer, to a flamboyant eighteenth-century-style dinner party, and into a modest living room in Berlin, among many other unexpected settings.   Annie McDee, thirty-one, is working as a chef for two rather sinister art dealers. Recovering from the end of a long-term relationship, she is searching in a neglected secondhand shop for a birthday present for her unsuitable new lover. Hidden behind a rubber plant on top of a file cabinet, a grimy painting catches her eye. After spending her meager savi... (View more)

Middle of the Road: Artist Lecture with Kōzō Miyoshi

Sep 13, 2017, 7pm
Wednesday • September 13 7:00—8:30 P.M. Singer Hall Tickets available soon Free for members Photographer Kōzō Miyoshi will discuss his photographs of Route 66 that inspired the Museum's exhibition Longer Ways to Go: Photography of the American Road. RSVPs available soon. Image: Kōzō Miyoshi, Near Lavic, California, 1996. Collection Center for Creative Photography. ©Kōzō Miyoshi.