Art Oasis

Art Oasis

Artist David Andres has long traveled to the Sea of Cortez for recreation and inspiration. In a Fine Art Prints summer show of 17 artists at Contreras Gallery, he’s exhibiting three alluring prints that evoke the sands and wildlife of the sea’s teeming waters.

 

Portrait of Poets

At the Center for Creative Photography, 70 provocative images of 70 contemporary poets, from Pulitzer Prize winners to Instagram scribes, are filling the galleries. The poems that inspired the unconventional images hang on the walls next to the photos, by photographer B.A. Sise.

Performance Anxiety

Show People, by Paul Weitz, is a love letter to theatre. Or possibly hate mail. Live Theatre Workshop’s production dives whole-heartedly into the play.

Force of Nature

Acclaimed photographer Jack Dykinga spotlights his photos of the Grand Canyon.

You Must Remember This

The Historic Y's latest play "Identity Crisis" looks at mental health .

The Lightest Object in the Universe

This week, Algonquin Press launched her first novel, The Lightest Object in the Universe. This is an email conversation with the Tucson Weekly.

It’s the End of the World As We Know It

An excerpt from Tucson author Kimi Eisle’s new post-apocalyptic novel The Lightest Object in the Universe

Bump in the Night

Tabitha Turnpike has a big imagination. But, for her parents, Tabitha’s imagination is nothing more than a big problem.

Author’s Note

While many locals may be surprised to know the Pima County Public Library hosts a “Writer in Residence” program, it is the writers in residence themselves who are surprised by the writing talent of those in their community.

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