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Katherine Josten, director of Global Art for Peace Project, discusses with us the first 20 years of the organization as well as its plans for 2014.

20 Year Project Promotes Global Peace

Through a worldwide project, people from all over the world create, exchange works of art sending message of peace.

A couple looking at black and white photography in a gallery.

Photographer's Legacy on Display at UA's Photography Center

Charles Harbutt was a key chronicler of the 1960s, '70s; since the '80s he pursued a more personal approach to documentaries.

Fourth Ave Store Turns Junk into Artistic Creations

Pop Cycle is a collaborative effort of 3 siblings, friends, local artists who use recycled, re-used materials to make a variety of items.

Celebrating the Life and Music of an Arizona Original

Black Sun Ensemble's final recordings released with help from a Tucson - Pima Arts Council grant.

Man wearing a jacket poses for photo in restaurant.

Jackets: Wardrobe Gems for Many Tucsonans

Despite being oftentimes unnecessary in this desert climate, people scavenge thrift, vintage stores for signature warm accessories.

Performer (silhouetted) standing in front of a project background.

Performance Explores Subtle Themes of Immigration

Dreams and Silhouettes brings together a variety of artists for a creative interpretation of controversial topic.

The border wall between Mexico and Arizona runs through rolling desert hills, separating a bustling Mexican city from the Arizona desert.

New Doc Looks at Turbulent Debate Over Immigration in AZ

State of Arizona looks at controversial law SB 1070, its effects, the opinion of people on both sides of the spectrum.

Stairwell Session featuring Cyril Barrett

Hear music from an Arizona troubador who likes his songs to tell stories - about both the good days and the bad

The Silver Screen vs. The Handheld Screen

Film writer Chris Dashiell reflects on how the cinematic experience changed as movies transition from theaters to television to the palm of your hand

Rebecca Barten and David Sherman, co-founder's of Exploded View, a storefront microcinema and arts space, discuss their aim to provide a flexible space of operation that may be re-configured to encourage experimental, innovative and challenging projects.

Microcinema Venue Aims to Use Films as Live Art Mediums

Exploded View in downtown Tucson provides flexible art space that supports experimental, innovative projects in interactive way.

Man looks at pieces of art on display in a mobile art gallery.

Mobile Gallery Hops Into Downtown Art Scene

Planet Rabbit features one-night shows in unexpected public spaces, bringing artwork to people on the streets.

Legendary Rock and Blues Guitarist Jorma Kaukonen

His finger picking technique is an important part of his individual style; best known for playing with Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna

Annual Concert Advocates for Civility After Jan. 8 Tragedy

Sergio Mendoza Y La Orkesta headlining event at Club Congress, which promotes community respect.

Voices for the Cure with Lucia Maya

A mother shares the lessons she learned from her daughter about healing, living and loving after cancer strikes

New Mexico-based artist and visual storyteller, Beth Surdut, discusses her work creating Jewish prayer shawls, and exploring the connection between art and spirituality.

Artist Modernizes Ancient Jewish Tradition

Beth Surdut is in town to talk about the modern tallit, prayer shawls; she makes custom made tallitot for people.

Native American sound healer Tony Redhouse

Sacred Sounds

Native American sound healer, multi-instrumentalist Tony Redhouse creates music with positive spiritual intent

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