The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation this summer will host a series of camps designed to stimulate and expand the minds of K–12 students all season long.
Visions ‘22 features the work of advanced high school art students who participated in a multi-visit, invitational visual arts program that has been provided to metro Phoenix area teens for the past 23 years.
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts is set to host a moderated discussion and interactive Q&A with award-winning chef, writer and restaurateur Yotam Ottolenghi.
Set for Saturday, May 7 at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, “Dancing with the Universe | Native Style” celebrates not only human life but our relationship with the life of the universe.
Each Friday this month, a different act will take the stage of the amphitheater at Anthem Community Park as part of its annual Music in May celebration.
Music, movement, fashion and history will merge to create an exhilarating, world premiere performance of Ballet Arizona’s “Juan Gabriel” May 5–8 at Symphony Hall in Phoenix.
Scottsdale eatery The Mexicano is extending its Cinco de Mayo celebration into an extravagant three-day long festival of food, drink, music and even Lucha Libre wrestling in the restaurant’s parking lot.
Fresh off their first appearance at the 2022 Latin Grammys, Mariachi Sol De Mexico de José will strum up a Cinco De Mayo musical spectacular at The Madison Center for the Arts.
Candlelight Concerts provide classical music fans an opportunity to be reminded of why they fell in love with the genre and music fans of all genres an opportunity to hear some of their favorite songs in a new way.
At Immersive Klimt: Revolution, the iconic artist’s work is put into historical perspective as you are surrounded by projected images and accompanying music from both Klimt’s era and more recent years, that is a completely enveloping — and even meditative — experience.