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New Works Project Grant now open!
Opportunities / Feb 8, 2019

New Works Project Grant now open!

The New Works Artist Project Grant seeks to support the depth and breadth of innovative new art work created and produced in the City of Tucson and Pima County. It supports Read More
News & Opps

Hawkinsdance presents The People Electric

The People Electric FY 2018-2019 stART Mini-Grant recipient, Shelly Hawkins with Hawkinsdance presents their first... Read More

Pima County Youth Arts Award closes March 1st!

The Pima County Youth Arts Award (PCYAA) is an opportunity to earn a $1,000 scholarship toward an Associate Degree at Pima... Read More
Public Art

ATTENTION ARTISTS: Artist Roster Update!

Go to the Artist Roster page to submit!... Read More
Public Art

Connecting with Public Art in Tucson

A few weeks ago, the City of Tucson's NewsNet did a highlight about the artwork at the Sun Link streetcar stops. We love the... Read More

2018-2019 stART Grant Awardees Announced!

We are so pleased to announce the 2018-2019 FY stART Grant Awardees!   The Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern... Read More

Zócalo July & August 2018: Cicada Song

'The deafening buzz of the cicada becomes the soundtrack of the Sonoran Desert this time of year. They sing their song... Read More

Zócalo June 2018: Freeman Pioneer Memorial (aka The

"In front of the Children’s Museum Tucson sits a nearly 100-year-old bench made with black, pink, beige, and grey marble stone.... Read More

New Works Grantee Featured in Arizona Daily Star

One of our 2017-2018 New Works Grantees, Stephanie Cortes, was highlighted on the front page of the Arizona Daily Star for her... Read More

EXTRA! EXTRA! Q&A with Rachel Slick and Timothy

The Arts Foundation caught up with Rachel Slick and Timothy Schirack who are currently working on the Rio Vista Elementary, Safe... Read More
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