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Arts & Culture
There is still one more weekend left to enjoy Canal Convergence, an annual series of free educational activities and interactive events at the Scottsdale Waterfront.
Cody Walker, the brother of the late Fast & Furious star Paul Walker, guarantees that the event will feature unreal automotive demonstrations, drifting and a can’t-miss collection of exotic vehicles, among so many other things.
LOOK: Dine-In Cinema is the latest addition to Chandler, offering a luxury movie theater experience complete with a vast array of high-quality dishes and refreshing handcrafted cocktails delivered right to your seat with the push of a button.
Farmer’s markets provide the perfect opportunity to connect with community members and support local businesses. Check out Arizona’s best markets to visit this fall 2021.
Combining art and architecture inspired by nature, Dale Chihuly will be returning to the Sonoran Desert to showcase his latest exhibit, Chihuly in the Desert, at Desert Botanical Garden and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West from Dec. 3, 2021 through June 19, 2022. Tickets to attend will be on sale starting Oct. 4.
After traveling the world showcasing the works of the posthumously famous Vincent Van Gogh, the Immersive Van Gogh exhibit has finally made its way to Scottsdale, allowing art connoisseurs to step inside the distressed, melancholic mind of Van Gogh, and experience his work in ways that have taken the world by storm.
Come Fall 2021, Landmark Theatres will open at Scottsdale Quarter in the space formerly occupied by iPic. It will be an eight-screen venue and the brand’s first in the local market.
Arizona parents have two requirements for summer activities for their children: it must be air-conditioned and educational. Arizona Science Center’s exhibition calendar checks all the boxes with its trio of fun summer exhibits.
Proving that even a parking garage can be a thing of beauty, Arizona State University’s Packard Drive Structure transforms into a one-of-a-kind event celebrating innovation in art, design and production–designspace: a new drive-thru sensory experience–from April 9 to April 25.