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  • The Lightest Object in the Universe

    Multidisciplinary Tucson artist Kimi Eisele has written an optimistic post-apocalyptic novel
      This week, Algonquin Press launched her first novel, The Lightest Object in the Universe. This is an email conversation with the Tucson Weekly.
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  • Hot Times in the City

    A flurry of summer arts shows turn our attention away from the heat
      “Oregon Coast,” a bracing painting in Contreras Gallery’s Small Works show, is just the antidote Tucson’s heat calls for.
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  • All Over the Map

    TMA’s Travelogue traces the intersection of art and tourism in countries around the world
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  • Back to the Future

    Artists at Etherton evoke past and present in their works of “visual language”
  • The Sizeys Return: Small Things Considered

    Artists at Davis Dominguez lean toward beauty in a dark time
      Some 81 artists made it into the invitational show, with petite paintings, wee weavings and small-scale sculptures and photos.
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