first friday Archives

Artlink redesigns First Friday free trolley routes

by in Experience AZ Magazine

Getting around to see all of the destinations in Downtown Phoenix during First Friday is a mighty task. Artlink Inc. is making it easier for First Friday attendees by redesigning the paths taken by the free trolleys circling Downtown Phoenix into three new routes. The routes will lead to Grand Avenue, Roosevelt Row/Central Arts and Warehouse… Read More →

Interactive art experience coming to Phoenix

Civic Space Park - AZ Business Magazine Sept/Oct 2010

A team of artists from local media and production company Union Digital will create a one-of-a-kind interactive art experience in downtown Phoenix on April 1 and 2. The installation – called “The Intersection” – will combine art and innovation using advanced digital projection technologies. The artists will transform the large picture windows on the historic… Read More →

Unexpected Art Gallery hosts ASU exhibition

by in Experience AZ Magazine | Play

Unexpected Art Gallery is the venue for this year’s big end-of-semester exhibition and host of an amazing show this First Friday showcasing  ASU’s top Sculpture and 3D programs.  In its fourth year, the showcase is a spectacular presentation of bronze, neon, kinetic art, fibers, woods  works from more than 25 artists will be on display. The event… Read More →

This week: Jazz at the Nash, Bike ‘Prom,’ First Friday

Jazz at The Nash Jazz Appreciation month kicks off April 1 and the Nash has a number of events scheduled throughout the month. The first in this series of events is “Exploring the Jazz Masters of the Tenor Saxophone.” Taught by ASU jazz instructor Dr. Jeffrey Libman, this class is aimed toward those who want… Read More →

Paper! Exhibit On Display At Phoenix Art Museum

Phoenix Art Museum
by in Play

Now on display in Steele Gallery, Phoenix Art Museum’s Paper! exhibition includes works on paper and about paper, featuring fashion, photography and pieces from four continents. Rarely-exhibited work from the Museum’s collection is on display, along with special loans and commissions from area artists and collectors. The exhibition attempts to broaden the understanding of paper… Read More →

Free Museums In Arizona

by in Play

Every year, the International Council of Museums chooses a day in May as International Museum Day. This year that day is on Friday, May 18. Many Central Arizona museums are hosts of special events during this month and offer discounted or free admission. However, getting your daily dose of culture doesn’t have to break the… Read More →

A Stroll Through The Japanese Friendship Garden

Japanese Friendship Garden in Phoenix
by in Play

Looking for a place to relax and de-stress? Then the Japanese Friendship Garden is the perfect place for you. As you stroll down the path of this 3.5-acre Japanese garden, you’ll see a 12-foot waterfall, a koi pond with more than 300 colorful and friendly koi fish that you can feed, flowing streams, a stepping… Read More →

First Friday In Downtown Phoenix

First Friday in Downtown Phoenix
by in Play

The First Friday evening of every month in downtown Phoenix will provide you with all flocks of life gathered around multiple forums of artwork. From dancing and singing, to high-priced artwork lining gallery walls and local street vendors selling their handcrafted delights, First Friday has every culturally stimulating experience you can imagine without having to… Read More →

The Spirit Of Art Is Surely Alive At Galeria De Los Muertos

Galeria de los Muertos
by in Calendar | Events

The Spirit Of Art Is Surely Alive At Galeria De Los Muertos If you’re not a fan of First Fridays crowd, Roosevelt Row is hosting virtually the same event, except it’s on the third Friday of each month. Don’t worry about your favorite local artist not being there; if an artist is on the roster for First Friday,… Read More →