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  • Apartheid Revisited
  • Apartheid Revisited

    At ATC, Athol Fugar’s ‘Master Harold’ is a bruising story of racism relevant today
      Back in 1982, when Athol Fugard’s play “Master Harold” … and the Boys first hit Broadway, a New York Times critic got it right. This Friday night, Arizona Theatre Company opens its own production, at a time when the U.S. is undergoing its own wrenching battles over racism and inequality.
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  • The Last Picture Show
  • The Last Picture Show  1

    Davis Dominguez Gallery closing after 43 years
      Davis Dominguez, a long-running gallery of contemporary art and a respected venue that shows many local artists, will close its doors at the end of June.
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  • Volatile Beauty
  • Volatile Beauty

    Three Tohono Chul shows trace generations of artists at the Rancho Linda Vista art colony
      When Selena Littler was 9 years old, she was let loose in the high desert north of the Catalinas. It was 1968, the year of rebellion, and a bunch of Tucson artists, her father, Charles Littler, included, had decamped from the city to the desert.
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  • Holly, Jolly Art
  • Holly, Jolly Art

    Celebrate the holidays with a visit to a local gallery
      There’s still time to wing your way to Etherton Gallery to see Expecting to Fly, a powerhouse exhibition of work by three photographers.
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