“Tucson: People, Politics, and Culture”
By: Arts Foundation
/ March 25, 2017 @ 10:00:am

“Tucson: People, Politics, and Culture”

A live showcase

March 25 | 10:00 a.m. until close of day
Event location: 
3202 East 1st Street Tucson, Arizona 85716
RSVP deadline: March 18, 2017
The Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona and Steve Kozachik, Ward 6 Council Member have teamed up to create a celebratory event to highlight arts and culture in our community: “Tucson: People, Politics, and Culture.”This event is a family-friendly, collective performance in celebration of the diverse creativity that exists in our community. We invite all artist-types and culture-makers to attend and present for 4-5 minutes on a piece of art or in their chosen creative form – whether it be music, dance, poetry and spoken word, meditation, design, textiles, painting, culinary work, theater and short acts, short films, photography. Through your participation, we will create a shared vision and voice as to why funding for the arts is important.

If you would like to participate, please fill out the  Fillable Participant Form – CTA Ward 6 and email back to info@artsfoundtucson.org by March 18, 2017.

All artwork should be ready to present; there will be no time for set-up. Once we receive your RSVP, we will send you a presentation time-slot. If you are only available during a specific time that day, please note that in the form’s “Preferred Time Slot” section.

You can find information about this and other events on our website.

Note: This is a non-commercial/non-profit, and family-friendly event, meant to celebrate the positive effects the arts have on our community. Please refrain from presenting profane artwork that contains obscene, provocative, discriminatory, defamatory, sexually explicit, or otherwise objectionable or inappropriate content. Presentations should be suitable for children and adults of all ages and backgrounds.

We look forward to celebrating with you!

Back To Index

You May Also Like

Back To Top