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  • Woven Through Time: American Treasures of Native Basketry & Fiber Art

    University of Arizona
    1013 E. University Boulevard
    Tucson, AZ 85721
    Woven Through Time: American Treasures of Native Basketry & Fiber Art

    Arizona State Museum's new permanent exhibit features a sampling of the more than 35,000 specimens of basketry and other fiber art in the museum's extensive collection, ranging from millennia-old objects to modern-day masterpieces that celebrate the Southwestern U.S. region's ancient and abiding fiber-weaving traditions. ASM’s total assemblage of basketry and fiber art specimens dating back some 8,000 years represents the major indigenous basket-making cultures from across North America. The museum's unparalleled collection of basketry and pottery has been designated an American Treasure by the National Endowment for the Humanities’ Save America’s Treasures Program.

  • Richard Avedon: Relationships

    Center for Creative Photography
    University of Arizona 1030 N. Olive Rd.
    Tucson, AZ 85721
    Richard Avedon: Relationships

    The exhibit, drawn from the Richard Avedon collection at the Center for Creative Photography, presents 80 portrait and fashion photographs – ranging from the 1950s to the early 2000s – including examples of Avedon’s large-scale prints. The exhibition will explore three kinds of “relationships” in Avedon’s life and work: the interactions between the figures within the frame, the partnerships Avedon formed with longstanding subjects, and importantly, the relationship between Richard Avedon and the Center for Creative Photography. Avedon’s works, which he personally selected for donation to the Center, enrich the collection through the importance of the subjects he photographed, the widespread circulation of his images through publication, Avedon’s unique and influential photographic approach, and his blurring of the line between artistic and commercial production. The exhibition will feature film footage and related documents to tell the story of Avedon’s choice to invest in the Center as a recipient of his photographs, and will explore the range of photographs he gifted to the institution. Visit today to experience the rich heritage of modern North American photography. Free and open to the public.

  • The Resiliency of Hopi Agriculture: 2000 Years of Planting

    The University of Arizona
    1013 E. University Boulevard
    Tucson, AZ 85721
    The Resiliency of Hopi Agriculture: 2000 Years of Planting

    Arizona State Museum presents this photographic exhibit--guest curated by Michael Kotutwa Johnson, Hopi farmer, photographer, and UA Ph.D. candidate in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment--which illustrates traditional Hopi farming practices, which are based on spiritual beliefs, community values, and ancient, time-tested techniques. Arizona State Museum is closed on Sundays and federal and state holidays.

  • Exhibit: Along the Distant Mesa - Homage to Maynard Dixon

    Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
    6872 E. Sunrise Dr., Ste. 130
    Tucson, AZ 85750
    Exhibit: Along the Distant Mesa - Homage to Maynard Dixon

    An homage to Manynard Dixon through the eyes of the finest artists working today, "Along the Distant Mesa" features works by 40 nationally and internationally recognized artists influenced by Dixon. The works will be exhibited March 7 - April 30 at Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery.  The show is unique as the contemporary artwork will be hung next to Maynard Dixon drawings, illustrations and oil paintings, over 40 Dixons will also be for sale.

  • Carlos Estevez: Entelechy at Tucson Museum of Art

    Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block
    140 N. Main Ave.
    Tucson, AZ 85701
    Carlos Estevez: Entelechy at Tucson Museum of Art

    Works by one of the most prominent Cuban artists of the late 20th century are being featured at the Tucson Museum of Art (TMA). The museum's new exhibit, Carlos Estévez: Entelechy, Works from 1992 to 2018 is a survey of the artist's work from the past 25 years. The art of Carlos Estévez reveals an interest in the link between human spirituality and the infinity of human experience. He explores notions of symbolism, time, anatomy, metaphysics and the cosmos in a quest for understanding that transcends the visual to enter the realm of the mind in complex works in different media.

  • Smithsonian Water/Ways Exhibit-Dragoon

    Amerind Museum
    2100 N. Amerind Rd.
    Dragoon, AZ 85609
    Smithsonian Water/Ways Exhibit-Dragoon

    The Amerind Museum hosts the Water/Ways national exhibit, which focuses on the relationships between people and water. The exhibit explores the endless motion of the water cycle, its effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at political and economic efforts to ensure access to water, and explores how human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways to protect water resources and renew our relationship with the natural environment. Water/Ways is part of the Museum on Main Street, a collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and state humanities councils.

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