Ikebana Installation & Demonstration

Mar 31, 2017, 1pm
Join us for the installation of a new large pine arrangement in Grossman Terrace by Ikebana of Arizona, followed by demonstrations from different schools of Ikebana.

[nueBOX]: Work-In-Progress Showing

Apr 5, 2017, 7pm
Free | 7 PM - 9 PM | Performance begins in the European Gallery The Phoenix Metro area is rapidly changing and expanding, creating opportunities for development and improvement to city infrastructure. In an attempt to [de]construct and navigate physical spaces withini the city of Phoenix, Estrella Payton (visual artist), Felix Herbst (sound artist), Jordan Daniels (Movement Artist), and Steven Redondo (Movement Artist), will combine elements of different artistic media to explore two intersecting and parallel entities, each with the ability to link and divide: the Salt River and the light rail system.       [nueBOX] is a non-profit residency program for local artists interested in the exploring their own creative process.... (View more)

First Friday at Phoenix Art Museum

Apr 7, 2017, 6pm
Every First Friday, Phoenix Art Museum offers free general admission and discounted special exhibition admission* from 6 - 10PM.  This First Friday we are showcasing the talents of the performing arts high schools for the 1st Annual Performing Arts High School Dance Festival. Each School will present work that encourages viewers to wander throughout the Museum. In addition to site specific work the main stage will showcase work presented by CONDER/dance, Scottsdale Community College, and ASU performed by high school students.  Main stage set times are 6:30PM and 7:30PM. Site specific set times are 6:15PM and 8:15PM. Participating Performing Arts Schools include: Arizona School for the Arts (ASA) Metropolitan Arts Institute&n... (View more)

Qin concert by John Thompson

Apr 7, 2017, 6pm
Enjoy an evening of live music by John Thompson, internationally renowed qin player. The qin is a seven-stringed instrument from the zither family, its first use dating back to ancient China. This musical performance will be held at the Asian Art Gallery from 6-8PM and is free and open to the public. John Thompson, the best-known performer of early music for the Chinese guqin silk string zither, began his studies in Taiwan in 1974, learning the traditional repertoire from National Treasure Sun Yü-ch'in. Since 1976, though, he has focused on reconstructing old melodies directly from tablature, by now having recorded over 200 melodies learned from 15th, 16th and 17th century handbooks. From 1980 to 2000, while serving as artistic consultant to ... (View more)

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