I stopped going to Tanline because the owner is hard to deal with not because print making is frustrating and i dont think other tucsonans "lack some combination of time, money and desire to prioritize an esoteric craft" I think some of them felt uncomfortable dealing with him and other people there too. I I just dont want people trying to start community print shops to be discouraged by Jakes failure because Id be willing to go and print again
When my wife and I visited Tucson in 2007 we liked the town but were put off by the fact that there was little in the way of a downtown. In Madison WI where we currently live as well as in other places we visited we were used to being able to 'go downtown' and find something going on...theater, arts, restaurants and bars, etc. We had heard that there was a 'new' downtown before we returned to Tucson last year and we liked what we saw and experienced. The activities available were quite a change...in our opinion for the positive. We still find Tucson to be very affordable.
We bought a home on the east side of Tucson and are moving there next week!
Tucson stopped being Tucson when they changed the name of the park bounded by Broadway,22nd,Country Club,and Alvernon.Anyone else remember?
I truly enjoyed the Estenger mid career survey! To view his extraordinary work in this beautiful space is a great experience. I look forward to seeing more from him!
Address please. Where is the theatre? Thank you.
Thank you, Pasquale. I would like to think that your namesake in the above-referenced musical is singing in his grave. The producer is on-board!
Good Luck, Germaine
Jordan's the real deal. A year or two ago, I had the pleasure of seeing Pilobolus in Scottsdale. The show was amazing.
Great article! But Wynne wasn't 'shooting up'. That's what heroin addicts do. He was injecting a medication.
Wonderful article on a great person who is making MOCA and Tucson happen!!
25th Arizona International Film Festival
April 14- May 1
Nice change from the gimmicky crap art that overpopulates the Tucson art scene.
Way to go Orion! So proud of you!
Great boost for the Fest. Thanks, Sherilyn. I do not know how "experimental" the award-winning Off-Broadway Comedy Queen Sherry Glaser's one-woman show "Taking the High Road: Comic Confessions From Behind the Cannabis Curtain" debuted to SRO audience in NYC last year so brace yourself!
OMG I fell asleep in the middle of this slow-motion train wreck. Miss McVickar should consult her lawyers about the utter destruction of her fine work in the hands of Missus Robinson and Woods. How many more amateur "artists" and washed-up Portlandia "playwrights" do we really need here?
I'd rather see a production of Willy Wonka in the nude
A great leader, visionary, and a role model for emerging practitioners.
Roberto is nationally respected, and his voice resonates across sectors. His work in Tucson, especially PLACE, is visionary. I can't wait to see what he does next.
Theatre is a place to develope to nurture new actors to bring forth new talent. It's a community effort. To find harmony all around. May they both find peace
All three galleries well worth visiting. Support your local artists and galleries!!!
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