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The Walter Art Gallery will present “Face and Form,” through Aug. 20, which is a solo show of works by David Amsellem, from Scottsdale, whose watercolors document the people he encounters in his daily life. more
Fire shows will return to the Scottsdale Waterfront, Nov. 5-14, as Walter Productions brings its art installation to Canal Convergence | Water + Art + Light. more
Scottsdale’s McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park is hosting an outdoor wet and wild family event Saturday, Aug. 7, to ring in the end of summer and slide into the new school year. Running 8 … more
Fountain Hills Theater announces the first show in its concert series, “A Series of One Night Stands,” which will feature a variety of musical talents, including Brock Pro Entertainment … more
Scottsdale Fashion Square, 7014 E. Camelback Road., will help students go back to school looking their best with a fashion show from 12-3 p.m. in the Palm Court on Aug. 7. more
The NOH8 campaign, whose mission is to promote equality, will return to Scottsdale this weekend photographing guests in the iconic black and red photo style, which has been seen on some of the … more
Beginning on Aug. 16, the resort-style luxury Paradise Valley home will display nine paintings by D.H. Lawrence seized by Scotland Yard almost a century ago from a London art gallery at a ticketed event inside the home. more
Royse Contemporary presents its “Summer Spectacular,” featuring an eclectic stable of artists, with a group exhibition celebrating the gallery’s fourth anniversary. more
Thanks to the return of in-person gatherings, the local drag scene has been able to spring back into the spotlight with a slew of new performances scheduled throughout the Valley. At The Herb Box, … more
“Say Goodnight, Gracie,” the hit Broadway play that has entertained guests for years with a hilarious and heart-warming performance, will be premiering at the Fountain Hills Theater.  George Burns, … more
The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art has transformed SMoCA Lounge into a gallery with the exhibition, “And It’s Built on the Sacred,” on view through Oct. 17. more
Entering the 36th season of award-winning plays and musicals, Fountain Hills Theater ’s new 2021-22 season is ready for the stage with six musicals, three plays, and four youth productions. more
Trustees of the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust awarded a $137,500 grant to Scottsdale Arts to assist with impacts it has experienced due to the COVID-19 crisis. Piper Trust president and CEO, … more
Classical musical lovers enjoyed an afternoon of patriotic music at the Scottsdale Philharmonic’s recent live concert and live stream from the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. more
The Singletons, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is hosting a summer concert benefiting single-parent families battling cancer featuring music by Sonora's Band.  The organization provides services to a … more
“Reefer Madness,” and its firmly planted-in-cheek tongue, is coming to Scottsdale. more
Arizona Opera’s Marlu Allan and Scott Stallard Costume Artisan Workshop team is offering the public a creative outlet with its summer costume shop masterclasses. more
Celebrates the end of summer with a free CreekWest SummerFest event from 3-8 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7 at 6033 E. Cave Creek Road in Cave Creek. more
“Pictures Tell Stories: Children’s Book Illustrations,” a new exhibition from Scottsdale Public Art, runs through Sept. 20, at the Civic Center Public Gallery. more
• My name is: Kayla Newnam • I live in: Phoenix, AZ • I create: Large-scale outdoor and indoor murals, paintings, pop-up cards, puzzles and anything else creative that seems fun … more
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