Scottsdale music artist Jenna Rae was a finalist in Alice Cooper’s Proof is in the Pudding Music Contest in 2021 and, shortly thereafter, she began gigging professionally as an acoustic soloist at venues across the Valley.
Literacy and returning the magic of imagination to children in an over-digitized world are extremely important to Sam Baker. His own creativity and adventurous spirit propelled him to serve his country during WWII and beyond.
Prescott resident Esther Basch, 94, is the subject of “The Honey Girl” — a documentary that showcases the Holocaust survivor’s genetic and universal love of humankind that enables her to share her story in a poignant way that moves and motivates others to live lives free of hatred and animosity.
Former Phoenix news anchor Brandon Lee uses art therapy to help heal trauma survivors.
Architect Clint Miller elevates traditional materials with modernist style.
Strumming, drumming and singing — 15 talented student musical acts will take the stage at Harold’s Corral for Cave Creek Unified Education Foundation’s Rock the District fundraiser on Saturday, April 15.
This spring, Southwest Shakespeare Company will once again showcase its talented array of actors, directors and playwrights to Taliesin West’s intimate theater, furthering their mission to bring Shakespeare’s works to life for Arizona audiences.
The Finer Arts Gallery opened in September 2021, and since then, it has grown to become one of the North Valley’s largest art galleries, with 50 distinct artists — all of whom are Arizona professional artists.
Through Touch of Wonder Designs, 53-year-old Anthem resident Kelly Autry has finally realized a dream she had 30 years ago to own her own business through which she embraces and exercises her creativity.
Unbridled Pathways founder Leeanne Gardner will host a pair of community events Saturday, April 8 at Frontier Town in Cave Creek.