On display through Sept. 15, 2024, the Musical Instrument Museum’s latest special exhibition, “Acoustic America: Iconic Guitars, Mandolins and Banjos,” showcases more than 90 historic acoustic stringed instruments played by the heroes of folk, blues and bluegrass music.
The MIM Music Theater in Phoenix will this fall host more than 50 concerts from multiple genres and artists from around the world.
We’ve sleuthed out a selection of local entertainment options to help you beat the heat this summer.
At the Musical Instrument Museum, conservator Rodrigo Correa-Salas protects and preserves some of the world’s rarest instruments.
Founded in 1981 in a downtown Phoenix building that served as the Valley’s first synagogue, the Arizona Jewish Historical Society strives to keep the stories, lessons and history of the Holocaust alive for generations.
This fall, the Musical Instrument Museum debuted the second iteration of a special exhibition that features some of the most historically significant and sought-after instruments in existence.
Phoenix Art Museum’s new director, Jeremy Mikolajczak, wants everyone to experience the magic of museums.
On Sunday, Nov. 6, Phoenix Art Museum will premiere Mr.: You Can Hear the Song of This Town — an exhibition of large-scale graffiti-inspired paintings, drawings and installations by one of today’s most popular Japanese artists.
Dedicated to the preservation of collectible and rare automobiles for educational purposes, the Martin Auto Museum is the brainchild of 91-year-old real estate developer Mel Martin.
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