CO+HOOTS Foundation showcases designer and nonprofit pairings for Pro Bono Week

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The CO+HOOTS Foundation hosted a gallery event Friday night at Treeo to display their project from Pro Bono Week. The Impact event showcased the infographics made for 10 local nonprofits by 10 local graphic designers. Read story

A Tailored Place: 2014 Stylos Awards celebrate culture, community and couture in style


On Saturday night, members of the downtown Phoenix community gathered for the ninth annual Stylos Awards, a triple-threat event that can only be described as an awards ceremony, a concert and a fashion show. Read story

Slide show: Firehouse Gallery's Ladies on Fire event features variety of female performances


The sixth annual Ladies on Fire event took place at the Firehouse Gallery on Friday night. The event showcased talents from musicians, poets, comedians, painters, hula-hoop dancers and more. Read story

MAN-CAT band, featuring recycled music and feline face masks, to release first album


MAN-CAT, a local band that recycles Billboard Hot 100 song lyrics to create its songs, will unleash its first full-length album “Classic Rock” on Friday, Nov. 21 at a release show at the Trunk Space. Read story

Mayor's Arts Awards: Meet this year's winners


The Downtown Devil explores the stories of five of the six Mayors Arts Awards 2014 winners of dance, music, theater, visual art and public art. Read story

6th Ladies on Fire event at Firehouse to feature musicians, poets, hula hoops and more


Ladies on Fire is bringing local female performing talent into the spotlight for the sixth year. Three participating artists representing hula hooping, visual arts and poetry speak about their upcoming performances at the event. Read story

Artspace comes downtown, pitches live-work units to enhance Phoenix art community


Artspace, a national non-profit, met with artists downtown Wednesday to get their opinions on possible live-work spaces. The organization already has similar programs in Avondale and Mesa. Read story

Curtain Critic: 'Underland: White Nightmare II' a well-executed twist on 'Alice in Wonderland'


The Halo Movement Collective’s production of “Underland: White Nightmare II” proved to be a conceptual, rich and technical take on “Alice in Wonderland.” A strong vision carried this show into flashy and twisted terrain. Read story

Phoenix Art Museum opens annual exhibit showcasing over 100 pieces about the West


The Phoenix Art Museum’s annual The West Select Exhibition opened Friday featuring more than 100 pieces by 37 artists from around the United States, Canada and England whose subject matter reflects the West. Read story

METROnome: Los Dias de la Crescent showcases downtown arts and community


For nearly eight hours, Los Dias de la Crescent—a free music festival hosted by the Crescent Ballroom—transformed the Civic Space Park into the heart of the Phoenix community and culture. Thirteen local bands unified the diverse community as they showcased their art for hundreds. Read story