ArtFarm exhibit highlights Phoenix arts community, showcases local artists


ArtFarm, a yearling art collective in Phoenix, aims to provide unique exhibition opportunities for local artists. Their latest event, “Nurturing the Landscape,” brings together ten artists at the Oasis on Grand. Read story

Exhibit at Phoenix Art Museum features anti-establishment, mixed-media mail art


An exhibit on mail art, an art form that is as varied as paintings, collages and artist-made stamps all sent through the post, is at the Phoenix Art Museum through Nov. 23. The exhibit features mail artist Paulo Bruscky. Read story

METROnome: Bike Thief skillfully crosses, mixes, mashes and defies genre definitions


Portland group Bike Thief’s set Monday night at Last Exit Live mashed a combination of different styles, delivering an ecstatic mix of indie-rock sounds. Read story

Curtain Critic: 'Shear Madness' at Phoenix Theatre is 2 hours of sheer fun


“I’d rather get a shave from Jodi Arias” — that was an actual line in Saturday afternoon’s performance of “Shear Madness” at Phoenix Theatre. Read story

Cultural activist Mary Stephens uses dialogue to spur revolution in community around her


Mary Stephens, producing director of ASU’s Performance in the Borderlands, owned the Phoenix Youth Hostel and Cultural Center for four years, but recently sold it to focus on her culture work. Read story

{9} the Gallery earns enough through fundraiser, crowd funding to remain open


After two days of raising money through a silent auction art event and a GoFundMe page, {9} the Gallery has raised enough money to stay open, especially after owner Laura Dragon cut a deal with her landowners. Read story

The Rundown: Fate of few remaining warehouses could shape district's future


In this episode of The Rundown, hosts Annika Cline and Agnel Philip explore the warehouse district and why so little of its namesake remains. With only a few warehouses left, the future of the district is at a turning point that will determine the character of the area in the future. Read story

Phoenix Phabulous Experience storytelling event shares tales of Phoenix's history


Local authors and historians spoke about three historical time periods that were instrumental to the growth of modern-day Phoenix as local artists simultaneously painted related murals at the A.E. England Building Wednesday night for the Phoenix Phabulous Storytelling Salon. Read story

Spooktacular guide to Halloween in downtown


Looking for something spooktacular to do this Halloween? Check out the Downtown Devil guide to the best parties, performances, art exhibits and costume contests around downtown Phoenix. Read story

Alwun House founder Kim Moody revitalizes Garfield neighborhood and shapes arts scene


Kim Moody is the founder of the Alwun House art gallery and performance space. Moody helped bring the First Fridays art walk to Phoenix and used social activism to revitalize the Garfield neighborhood, where Alwun House is located. Read story