Arizona Public Media
Schedules
AZPM on Facebook AZPM on Twitter AZPM on YouTube AZPM on Google+ AZPM on Instagram

All Stories

Web Feature: Finding Sanctuary

A dancer seeking solace in the desert finds a home in Sanctuary Cove

Southern Arizonan Frances Causey co-produced this documentary aimed at exposing what she calls a corrupt system.

Did Someone Heist the American Dream?

Southern Arizona documentary filmmaker addresses economic crisis

Civilian Conservation Corps Legacy Endures

Historians work to conserve the structures built by Depression-era workers

UA Poetry Center Library

Tucson Poetry Festival Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Tucson institution highlights work of local poets, students

Ballet at a Picnic? Yes, Tucson Group Says

'Urban Picnic' celebrates local artists, showcases work, raises money

Heist: Who Stole the American Dream?

A conversation with filmmaker Frances Causey about a new documentary that examines America's financial woes and the dwindling size of the middle class.

Drunk at the Funeral

A conversation with Tucson-based musician and composer Chris Black about the unique vision behind his latest work, an illustrated album of music for piano and percussion.

Demion Clinco, President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, shares the history of Tucson's Silver and Turquoise Ball, which continues still today.

History Moment: Silver and Turquoise Ball

Social gala provides funds for San Xavier Mission's restoration efforts

Lead Exhibit Curator of the Arizona State Museum Diane Dittemore shows us Native American baskets and talks about the hundreds of baskets from Apache, Hope, O'odham tribes and more that the museum will be exhibiting from April of this year until June next year.

World-Class Basketry Exhibit Opens Soon

Arizona State Museum will display collection of Native American artifacts

Alan Toppel (left) organizer of Tucson's Welcome Home Veterans Parade, and Abel Moreno (right) executive director and co-founder of  Vets4Vets talk about the upcoming Veteran's Parade.

New Parade Aims to Welcome Local Veterans Home

National effort to honor veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan makes its way to Tucson

Avory Baur (left) a senior at Tucson High Magnet School Art Almquist (right) the theatre arts teacher and director at Tucson High Magnet School.

THS Performance Supports Homeless Vets

Students show how an American classic can still be relevant today

Debbie Rich, Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona CEO (center), and Angel Rodriguez, current girl scout (right), discuss the 100 year anniversary of Girl Scouts of America.

Girl Scouts Celebrates 100 Years

Saturday gala to mark anniversary and 'Year of the Girl'

Sonoran Glass Art Academy Director, Michael Nicholas, and Associate Director, Alexandra Berger, share some information about the Tucson Glass Festival coming up on March 23.

Artists Celebrate Flight From Factory to Studio

Tucson marks 50th anniversary of the American Studio Glass Movement with glass festival

Web Feature: The Balladeer

A former folk music star devotes himself to saving Arizona’s songs

Singer and songwriter Joey Burns of the musical group Calexico talks about the third annual festival in El Barrio that Calexico and friends will be playing on Saturday April 7th in the Presidio neighborhood of Tucson.

Music: Festival en el Barrio Coming Soon

Calexico, other bands will play at Museum of Art, benefit community radio

Ben Vereen who is a dancer and actor will be performing at Centennial Hall on March 31.

Song, Dance Man Vereen Seeks Up and Comers

Visiting Tucson for concert, he stops at Tucson High, offers his help

Selected Categories

993 – 1008 of 1832

collection categories

click any filter to remove it

[Arts and Life]