Play the video above to see these stories on AZ Illustrated Arts for Thursday, Jan. 29:
PHOTOGRAPHIC LEGACY: Charles Harbutt was a key chronicler of the 1960s and '70s as a photojournalist working mostly through Magnum Photos (where he twice served as president). His work appeared in many magazines in Europe, Japan and the United States. Since 1980, he has pursued a more personal approach to the documentary, moving from the big story concerns of journalism to the realm of the everyday.
GLOBAL ART PROJECT FOR PEACE: The 11th biennial Global Art Project for Peace is happening in March/April 2014. During that time, participants around the world will create, exhibit and exchange art expressing their ideas of a peaceful global community.
POP CYCLE: Three siblings collaborate in making art from recycled materials, re-used products and refurbished things they often find at junk yards. Pop Cycle, located on Fourth Avenue, sells everything from coffee tables, jewelry and bags.
AZ ART TANK: Arizona Art tank is a funding initiative of the Arizona Commission on the Arts, and it makes investments in local art-based entrepreneurial ideas. They've held live events, where applicants pitch their ventures to a panel, who then decides who to award grant to make ideas come to life.
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