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Circle 6 aims to ignite the artist inside each of us
The idea that art should be accessible to all of us also means taking the opportunity to create our own art — free from judgment.
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Colleen Jennings Roggensack helps to put Arizona on the theater map
Colleen Jennings Roggensack is the heart and soul of theater in Arizona. Without her guidance, Arizona would not even be on Broadway’s radar.
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The Detour Theatre Company provides a unique opportunity for kids & young adults with special needs
Sam started the Detour Theatre Company after realizing her son with special needs had nowhere to fulfill his dream of performing in a play or musical.
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2 days 4:20
Learn the connection between skateboarding and Apache warriors
Douglas Miles is a member of the San Carlos-Apache tribe. He is a painter, photographer, and activist. He grew up in Phoenix and moved back to the San Carlos-Apache Indian Community.
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Visit Downtown Phoenix’s first art gallery
Alwun House is Downtown Phoenix’s first art gallery. For more than 45 years, the Alwun House has created opportunities for artists, and served as a pivotal beacon in the Garfield community.
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First Friday offers community connections
First Friday is one of the largest walking art tours in the country, notable for its ability to attract people from all walks of life to one central area.
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Meet an artist who teaches architecture and landscape photography
Andrew Pielage is a world-renown photographer. He is currently on a mission to photograph all 400 of famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs.
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2 days 4:29
Go behind the scenes at the Arizona Opera while they prepare for ‘Fellow Travelers’
We will go behind the scenes as the Arizona Opera prepares for an upcoming opera called ‘Fellow Travelers’.
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2 days 4:17
Follow a ballerina for a day and learn what it takes to prepare for a performance
Ballet Arizona is the state’s premier dance company. We will follow a ballerina and her husband to see what a day in their lives is like and how they prepare for a performance.
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2 days 6:15
The Black Theatre Troupe reflects the African-American experience
In 1970, a Phoenix City Parks supervisor named Helen Mason realized a voice was missing in the city’s art community. From her simple dream, The Black Theatre Troupe, Inc. was born.
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2 days 8:55
Carla Keaton’s art draws on family history
Carla Keaton is an extraordinary artist who draws on her family’s rich history to show how we all are connected.
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2 days 3:44
Learn what famous performers have been to Phoenix’s Celebrity Theatre
For more than 50 years the Celebrity Theatre has been a mainstay for concerts in the Phoenix area.
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2 days 8:10
Learn how Changing Hands have sustained business despite the advent of e-books
Changing Hands is Arizona’s leading independent bookstore, offering new and used books, unique gifts, toys, and more than 300 author events every year.
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2 days 8:26
See what Childsplay is doing to provide thought-provoking theatre to children
Founded in 1977, Childsplay is a nationally and internationally respected professional theatre company whose chosen audience is children.
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2 days 4:58
Meet the singers of the Phoenix Chorale
By day they work in car repair shops and at software companies, but their free time is spent singing in the Phoenix Chorale.
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2 days 3:57
Learn about the lost art form of letterpress
Nancy Hill owns Hazel and Violet, a letterpress company. Using hand-operated machines from the early 1900s, Hill creates invitations, cards, posters using old fashioned type and ink.
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2 days 4:24
Learn why ‘Her Secret is Patience’ is so important to Downtown Phoenix
Standing eye level with some of the tallest buildings in Downtown Phoenix is the amazing steel sculpture, “Her Secret is Patience.” It is the center point of the Civic Space Park across from the ASU
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High school musicians use jazz to build self-esteem, trust and comradery
Learning to trust your gut is an important lesson at any age. With this jazz improvisation class, high school musicians learn to lean into their feelings and trust their musical guts.
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Meet the multi-faceted artist Jim Sudal
Jim Sudal decided to become a ceramist after taking a job at the Desert Botanical Garden.
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Meet the truck driver who uses a 3D printer to create sculptures
From truck driver to sculptor, Kevin Caron is blowing everyone’s mind by not using traditional tools to make his art. Instead, his sculptures are made using an eight-foot 3D printer he calls Gigante.
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Meet Prescott’s cowboy artist
Artist John Coleman looks more like the cowboys in his artwork than an artist. He paints and sculpts out of his studio in Prescott.
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2 days 5:28
Learn what The Nash has done to inspire the community
The Nash opened its doors in 2012 as a place for students to practice and be inspired by Jazz music. It’s named after Lewis Nash, one of the greatest jazz drummers.
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Meet one of the first female gallery owners in Arizona
Lisa Sette has blazed trails in a quiet and unassuming manner for more than three decades. Sette is one of the first female gallery owners in Arizona.
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Learn how dance can help patients with Parkinson’s Disease
One million people have Parkinson’s Disease in the United States. Arizona has one of the top programs in the world to study the disease.
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Phoenix Theatre Company celebrates its centennial
The Phoenix Theatre Company celebrates 100 years in 2020.
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Learn what it takes to build a guitar with Roberto Venn
Roberto Venn has been teaching future guitar makers for more than 40 years and is the longest-running guitar making school in North America.
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Native potter Ron Carlos continues storytelling traditions
Arizona PBS tells the story of potter Ron Carlos, a member of the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community, and how he is continuing his elders’ tradition of telling stories through his art.
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2 days 4:20
See how dance supports the mission of the Arizona Latino Arts Cultural Center
Folklorico Dance or Baile folklórico, literally “folkloric dance” in Spanish, is a collective term for traditional Latin American dances that emphasize local folk culture with ballet characteristics
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Food’s never looked this good
Does your mouth water when you watch a food commercial or see one in a magazine? Why is that?
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Meet the ASU professor who calls himself a socially-engaged artist
Gregory Sale calls himself a social justice artist. His recent projects focus on artwork by formerly incarcerated individuals to shine the light on our often inconsistent penal system.
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