Maybe it's time to get motivated with some other like-minds for some much-needed inspiration and brainstorming at Coffee with Creatives.
Now that we know Arizona Theatre Company will see another great season, check out the first musical to hit the Temple of Music and Art before the Fall.
Surly Wench is, as always, host to the grotesque, beautiful and intriguing.
This is not your kid's recess hour.
The Screening Room is bringing back the Arizona Sunburn Film Festival Shorts Block.
Watch as Jean-Michel Basquiat transitions from an antisocial graffiti-writing street kid to inclusion in Andy Warhol's eccentric art scene at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson.
Here's an eye-tickling array of rugs and textiles, ones representing many cultures from various places around the world.
Part lecture series, part Buzzfeed article, "The Audubon Field Guide to Assholes I've Dated" will be a Maryann Green original.
Keen to explore the incredible vintage aircraft in shadows of twilight and eerily lighted darkness at the Pima Air and Space Museum on a cool summer evening?
Grab the kids and celebrate the Loft Kids Fest kick-off party at Trail Dust Down.
Spend your Friday night on the dance floor.
Wear the kids out with a night of laughter and magic at the All-Ages Comedy and Magic Show
The UA Poetry Center will host poet and geographer Eric Magrane in a discussion on poetry and climate change.
The Rogue Actor's Laboratory will showcase its newest actor training programming.
Visit Tiny Town Gallery for Adam Gilliland's solo exhibition "Vitiligo."
With the help of just a little pixie dust, the Tucson Valley of the Moon will be transformed and become filled with the Lost Boys
Join the the Renegade Rollergirls of Tucson and Constant Con for the "classiest costume party of the summer."
Three winning scripts plus three winning local playwrights and three world premieres gives you nine reasons to attend the first annual One Act Play Festival.
Whether you think this summer's too hot or is full of beautiful weather, celebrate this monsoon season by visiting the vibrant Cactus and Clouds exhibition.
Learn improv from the founder of The Center for Narrative Improvisation and Precipice Improv Theater.
Out of the Past, starring Robert Mitchum, Jane Greer, and Kirk Douglas, follows the story of a detective forced to relive his seedy past in a world of corruption and danger.
"The Fine Art of Printmaking," will run until July 30.
A true summer classic splashes its way back to Congress Street on Saturday.
Fourth of July happens every year, so why not try something a little different for 2016?
Mapping Q, an award-winning community arts education program invites LGTBQ youth to explore local museums.
Celebrate the anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision to establish marriage equality for all at the Jewish History Museum Einstein-Sim Memorial Garden.
Demand an end to torture and honor survivors
Grab some water, sunscreen and your bike to join BICAS for their 3rd annual Hottest Day of the Year Ride.
Free laughs are yours at the Switch Comedy show.
Watch seven designers compete for a chance to work with Richie Rich on Thursday.
Celebrate the day America truly became the land of the free at Tucson's 46th annual Juneteenth Festival on Saturday
Enjoy craft beers, live music, games, pub-style food and animal encounters.