Includes sites for local artistic, cultural and entertainment activities, events, institutions, and organizations. These include (but are not limited to) architecture and historic buildings, artists and galleries, clubs and venues, dance, events, libraries, movies, museums, music, photography, and theater.

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Arts For All, Inc.
Performing and visual arts. Includes the group's history, details its after-school classes, summer camps, and audition notices, with seasonal news and announcements.
Bonins, Glenda
Storyteller specializing in K-12 residencies and community programs. Program descriptions, performance schedule, reviews, and contact details.
Community Profile Network: Arts and Culture
Details the city's Renaissance in cultural arts, including its theater, photography, painting, music, sculpture, dance, and literary arts scene.
JOGS International Exhibits
Annual jewelry and organic gem show held at the Tucson Expo Center. Features exhibitors' and buyers' guides, location, and travel information.
La Fiesta de los Vaqueros
Tucson Rodeo parade history, photographs, volunteer information, and museum information.
Let The Show Begin
Notices from area theatre companies. Includes auditions, and openings.
Rod Robison
Comedy magician and mentalist, corporate meetings, audience participation, clean humor and mindreading.
Tucson Meet Yourself
Annual free festival featuring local ethnic and native groups' music, food, dance and art.
Tucson Pima Arts Council
Arts organization focused on bringing the arts and the community together in southern Arizona.
UApresents
Information on the performing arts series at the University of Arizona.
University of Arizona Poetry Center
Sponsors university and community programs, readings and lectures, classes and workshops, library exhibitions, field trips, K–12 educational resources, and discussion groups.
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