Weekends Are Made for Art 

This weekend there are two particularly fun Tucson art shows opening. Illustrator Danny Martin's All Souls Art Show at the Haunted Hands Gallery, 439 N 6th Ave., Suite 195, on Saturday, Nov. 8 from 6 to 11 p.m. Martin is a prolific Tucson artist, loved for his ink sketches of Tucson's iconic buildings and images. This time, it's a cowboy Day of the Dead-themed art show, and you won't be disappointed. On Friday, Nov. 7, artist and muralist Melo Dominguez has a show, entitled Mixtec Tux, at the Pop-Cycle Shop, 422 N. 4th Ave., from 7 to 9 p.m. Dominguez is known for using her talents to also call attention to our border crisis and more, and make a difference in the Tucson community at the same time. Dominguez will have a limited edition T-shirt available for sale with a portion of the proceeds going to Derechos Humanos' Missing Migrant Project. For more on each show, check out their Facebook invites, Danny Martin All Souls Art Show and Mixtec Tux by Melo Dominguez @ Pop Cycle.


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