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Local mariachi and folklorico dancers will hold performances during the weekend.

Tucson Meet Yourself is coming back to Downtown Tucson for the 48th time this weekend. The free festival features booths with vendors, food, performers and more. Read more»

Mujer ángel, Desierto de Sonora, México, 1979 gelatin silver print, ©️ Graciela Iturbide

A calf disturbing a flock of birds in India, self-portraits, an angel in the Sonoran desert — all have been subjects of the lens of influential Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide, who will give a talk at the opening of an exhibit of her work at Tucson's Etherton Gallery. Read more»

PCC's Concert Band Wind Ensemble will be performing in the Pima Arts 22-23 season.

The 2022-23 season of PCC's Pima Arts programming has begun, and there will be concerts, plays and exhibitions "that interlace culture, tradition, history, entertainment, and even mathematics" in a diverse repertoire for the community college's student artists and performers. Read more»

This kind of poignant moments between caregivers and their people will be part of the exhibit, 'Walking Each Other Home: Cultural Practices at End of Life.'

A collection of films and photography showcasing how different cultures deal with death, "Walking Each Other Home: Cultural Practices at End of Life," opens at the Arizona State Museum on September 10. Read more»

Bold colors and shapes form faces in this vibrant piece.

Twenty-five works celebrating heritage and nature will be displayed at the Consulate of Mexico. Read more»

Daniel Buckley presenta un adelanto de su documental 'Mariachi Miracle'.

Las comunidades de mariachi y folclórico de Tucson brillarán en un nuevo documental titulado “The Mariachi Miracle.” Aunque aún no está listo, habrá una proyección del corte preliminar de la obra de amor de Daniel Buckley en el Fox Theatre el domingo. Read more»

The mural shows, from right, Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner, held in Russia and the only woman depicted; Emad Shargi, held in Iran; and Luke Denman and Alirio Zambrano, both detained in Venezuela. They are some of the 18 Americans shown in the mural.

A mural unveiled in the Georgetown section of Washington features 18 Americans who are being held hostage or have been wrongfully detained overseas - including Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner - in the hope of keeping a spotlight on their cases. Read more»

Willem de Kooning’s 'Woman-Ochre' is on public display at the Getty Center in Los Angeles from June 7 through Aug. 28, 2022.

A Willem de Kooning painting stolen from the University of Arizona Museum of Art in 1985 almost ended up on a wall in a New Mexico vacation rental, but now it’s back in the public eye for the first time in nearly 37 years. Read more»

'¡Presente!,' which opened on June 22 and runs for two years, includes displays on immigration, Latino identity and Latino history in the U.S., with exhibits showcasing famous Latinos across of variety of fields

A display in the National Museum of American History is the first exhibit by what will eventually become the National Museum of the American Latino - but with that museum years away, a space in the Smithsonian will serve as its display for the next decade. Read more»

Tucsonans are being asked to collect art and crafts supplies — from paints to sewing materials — to donate to the residents of Tucson House, the largest public housing complex in Tucson. Read more»

The Santa Cruz Sound Experience will be taking place on June 24, Dia de San Juan.

Tucson residents will be able to celebrate the beginning of the monsoon and Dia de San Juan by attending an immersive audiovisual experience hosted by Tucson Water under the Cushing Street Bridge. Read more»

The Gathering of Nations began in 1983 as a pow wow at the University of New Mexico, and over 39 years has grown to become an international event.

After two years of virtual events, the Gathering of Nations - the world’s largest pow wow - returned in Albuquerque as people from 560 Native American tribes and more than 200 Indigenous tribes from Canada attended to celebrate traditional culture. Read more»

Daniel Mendoza, a la derecha, el director de fotografía de 'Forever Home' y Sean Oliver preparan el equipo en el set de 'Forever Home' el 5 de septiembre de 2021.

La industria cinematográfica de Arizona se mantuvo a sí misma a través de incentivos fiscales hasta 2010, cuando la Legislatura puso fin al programa, y ​​ahora, después de años de abandono, el estado se ha convertido nuevamente en terreno fértil para las producciones independientes. Read more»

Los visitantes del Arizona Renaissance Festival & Artisan Marketplace al sur de Gold Canyon participan en un concurso de lanzamiento de hachas el 21 de febrero de 2022.

El Arizona Renaissance Festival & Artisan Marketplace ha regresado a su hogar justo al sur de Gold Canyon después de una pausa causada por la pandemia de COVID-19. Con él vienen los elementos básicos del festival: juegos divertidos, grandes multitudes y novedades anacrónicas. Read more»

Marian Brock, left, and Vanessa Webb, aka Sprout and Gerty of the Washing Well Wenches, perform at the Arizona Renaissance Festival & Artisan Marketplace south of Gold Canyon on Feb. 21, 2022.

The Arizona Renaissance Festival & Artisan Marketplace has returned to its home just south of Gold Canyon after a hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. With it comes the long-running festival’s staples: fun games, big crowds and anachronistic novelties. Read more»

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