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Tucson's Arts & Cultural Resources

  Tucson has a rich tradition of supporting the arts, and you'll find something of interest, whether your interests center around theater, music, the visual arts, historical sites, or other significant resources.

Click on the names highlighted in blue to go directly to the organization's website.

Visual Arts

Davis Dominguez Gallery  154 E. 6th Street. 629-9759. Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Dinnerware Artspace  119 E. Toole Ave., 869-3166. Artists' cooperative gallery that has been at the forefront of the Tucson arts scene for 30 years.

Etherton Gallery  135 S. 6th Ave. 624-7370. One of the best photography (vintage and contemporary) galleries in the country. Also shows many of Tucson's finest painters and sculptors.

Obsidian Gallery (fine crafts)  St. Phillips Plaza at Cambell & River Rd, Local and national craft artists.

Philabaum Glass Gallery & Studio  711 S. 6th Ave, 884-7404. A working glass studio (classes available) and display gallery. Visitors welcome to sit and watch the Philabaum team at work.

Raices Taller 222 Gallery  218 E. 6th Street, 881-5335. Non-profit Latino-based cooperative gallery and working studio. Exhibitions of local and internatonal artists. Open Fri-Sat. 1pm to 5pm.

Tucson Museum of Art  140 N. Main Ave. 624-2333. Changing exhibitions featuring Contemporary, Modern, Latin American, Asian and Western art. The museum complex with its historic homes--the Cordova House, and... provides a unique look at Tucson's past.

University of Arizona Art Museum  Near the corner of Speedway & Park. 621-7567. A diverse collection of seven centuries of art. Changing exhibitions.

UA Center for Creative Photography  1030 N. Olive Rd (near corner of Speedway & Park). 621-7968. A world-renowned institution housing the archived collections of many well-known photographers. Changing exhibitions, research archives, and educational programs.


Performing Arts

Arizona Friends of Chamber Music  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Arizona Opera  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Arizona Theatre Company Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Ballet Arizona  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Berger Performing Arts  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Borderlands Theater  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Desert Voices  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Gaslight Theatre  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Invisible Theatre  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Tucson Jazz Society  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Tucson Symphony Orchestra  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

UA College of Fine Arts  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

UA Dance  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

UA Presents  Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

Berger Performing Arts Specializes in Southern Arizona contemporary artists.

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