TMA was the instigator for the rock 'n' roll art shows all around town last fall; the museum's own entry, Who Shot Rock and Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present, was a rollicking collection of baby boomer treasures, from Keef beaming over his infant daughter, to a baby-faced Boss on the verge of superstardom. The museum has done much in recent years to engage the community, while also stressing its commitment to three art genres: contemporary, Latin folk and Western. In the winter, color photos of the ever-popular Frida Kahlo were accompanied by the museum's rich holdings in Latin American folk. The summer feted cowboy and Indian art, as well as Arizona's ranchers, captured in black 'n' white in the photog show 100 Years 100 Ranchers: Photographs by Scott T. Baxter.
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