HEARD MUSEUM PRESENTSSmall WondersText by Diana F. PardueAbove: The exhibition Small Wonders is now on view at the Heard Museum.The exhibition Small Wonders provides the opportunity to see a range of intricately made small-format works including jewelry (rings,...
After careful review of the Spring/Summer 2021 designer runway shows, we cast a spotlight on ten mega fashion houses that share their take on the newest, hottest, must-have handbags of the season.
The Phoenix Theatre Company announces its 102nd season, marking an exciting return to indoor programs after shuttering its doors for the first time in 101 years. After a pivot to virtual and outdoor programming, The Phoenix Theatre Company welcomes audiences back to its three-stage complex starting in June to kick off a season highlighting stories of extraordinary everyday heroes and beloved characters that inspire hope and unity.
After being closed for over 14 months, the Children’s Museum of Phoenix (CMoP) is thrilled to announce that they will re-open its interior spaces on May 29. The Museum closed its doors on March 13, 2020 to mitigate the spread of Covid-19 at the start of the pandemic and has remained closed since then.
After an extended hiatus due to the pandemic, Chamber Music Sedona is excited to announce that it will present a series of concerts from May 1-8, 2021 as part of its Spring Festival. The concerts will take place at locations throughout Sedona and will celebrate the return of Chamber Music Sedona’s programming with exhilarating performances by world-renowned artists. In order to allow ample space for social distancing, there will be two performances each of the Saturday concerts: at 2 p.m. and again at 5 p.m. on May 1 and 8. Attendees will also be asked to wear masks at all events.
The ARTrageous Gala | A Love StoryBenefiting Scottsdale ArtsScottsdale Arts has pivoted its elegant fundraising event, The ARTrageous Gala 2021, to become a love-themed virtual celebration at 7 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday, April 10, 2021.The virtual Gala will stream...
As we emerge from a challenging winter and look forward to the warmer, brighter spring days, many of us are eager to embrace more joyful forms of glamour. It’s no wonder then that the jewelry world is gravitating toward pieces that signify exuberance and joie de vivre while offering plenty of opportunities to cultivate individual style. Here, we look at five key trends that offer a happy dose of optimism and encourage bolder forms of self-expression as we welcome the new season.
Through more than 80 ensembles and a collection of original sketches, letters, personal papers, photographs, press clippings, and newly filmed oral histories, “Fearless Fashion: Rudi Gernreich” explores the significant social and cultural impact of the work of Rudolph “Rudi” Gernreich (1922–1985), the acclaimed designer best known for innovative and body-positive creations such as the “monokini” topless swimsuit, the thong, unisex clothing, and pantsuits for women. Organized by the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, the major fashion exhibition provides a broader understanding of the late designer’s life and how his work continues to influence fashion trends and current notions of beauty, gender, and identity.
Color is a powerful tool that has been known to affect our emotions and behavior. Advocates of color psychology believe that the colors we use to decorate our homes are not just a matter of aesthetics but are also reflections of our personalities.
An Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits survey shows the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic with more than 400 Arizona nonprofits reporting a total revenue loss of more than $91 million, a 52-percent drop in year-end giving and an increase of more than $15 million in expenses primarily for PPE, supplies and technology.
Phoenix Art Museum and Arizona Costume Institute, a Museum affiliate group that supports the institution’s fashion-design collection, presented “Geoffrey Beene: A Duet of Fashion and Movement,” the virtual unveiling of the new Geoffrey Beene Archive at Phoenix Art Museum, on February 11, 2021. The virtual fundraiser—co-chaired by Perrine Adams, Ruby Farias, Laura Madden and Kelley Sucher—engaged nearly 600 guests and raised more than $133,000 of vital support for the Museum’s fashion-design exhibitions, acquisitions, educational programs and archival preservation.
St. Patrick’s Day can be a fun time to embrace your inner Irish.This year, since a pub crawl is out, why not summon your mixologist skills at home. And while we’re all for enjoying a playful themed drink, you deserve better for your celebratory “sláintes” than run of the mill beer with green food coloring. From creative tipples made from Irish whiskey to festive, shamrock-y sips, these ten unique and delicious cocktails are sure to bring out the Irish spirit in you.
The 93rd Academy Awards ceremony is scheduled to take place on April 25, more than two months later than last year’s ceremony. The awards will recognize films released during a year in which movie theaters were largely closed.
To benefit the local at-risk youth nonprofit Kids In Focus, the exhibit will showcase photos taken by youths from the organization. On view at Berridge Nurseries, the artwork is available for purchase.
We ask a lot of the perfect facial concealer: It has to brighten, hide dark circles, camouflage blemishes, blur fine lines and wrinkles, and ultimately, make us look less tired no matter how little sleep we may have gotten the night before. From illuminating to color correcting, industrial strength to weightless, there’s a concealer for everyone. In fact many of us are ditching full coverage foundations for tactical touch-ups. A well-placed concealer might be all we need to feel ready and fresh-faced. Here’s are ten options available on the market.
Celebrating a season of renewal and a long-anticipated transition toward new patterns of being, Lisa Sette Gallery’s spring exhibition, “Nature & Structure”, features works that involve the natural world as both symbol and science: human representations of nature become a vital means of transmitting information toward future generations. Marie Navarre’s serenely inquiring photographic constructions, Mayme Kratz’s glowing resin castings, and Kim Cridler’s steel vessels all illuminate the contradictions at play in a moment of dramatic environmental and social change.