Glendale Arizona Art
The chocolate experience presented by the City of Glendale on February 8 and 9, 2016 at City Hall in downtown Glendale. On January 8, 2020, Mark Anthony's Brewing chose Glendale as its new home for its first ever beer festival.
The annual Glendale Chocolate Affair will be held at City Hall on February 8 and 9, 2016, with the City of Glendale Arts Commission hosting the event for the second year in a row. The event, which has been held for years in the Glendorfer Bürgerzentrum, will be moved to its new home in the city centre on 8 January 2020.
The Glendale Civic Center is located in the heart of historic downtown Glendale, and many charming shops and renowned restaurants are visited downtown to end the day. Participants in the event are encouraged to start at Murphy Park, located on the west side of the city center, just a few blocks from City Hall, to choose from a list of day activities. A variety of local shops, restaurants and art galleries will offer activities and activities for children and adults to do - or take away - throughout the day. There will also be live music, food trucks, live entertainment and much more.
The Folk Heritage Festival in Glendale is hosted and sponsored by the City of Glendora, the City Planning Department, City Hall and the Public Library. Every month it offers a wide range of free programs and activities for visitors of all ages to enjoy. On the library's homepage, they present virtual programs and events as well as events in the public space of the library.
A variety of works in a wide variety of media, including works by Arizona artists and artworks by other artists from the United States and Canada.
It will connect trails between Phoenix and Peoria and connect neighborhoods and regional parks in Glendale. Artists can paint anywhere within the city limits of Glendale, but all paintings must be done in Plein Air. Check-in and evaluation will take place on Saturday, August 12, at the Arizona State Fair grounds, and a chef will serve guests. This includes a variety of artworks by local artists as well as other artists from around the country, Canada and Mexico.
The GPJFF will screen some of the best Jewish themed films at the Harkins theaters in Scottsdale, Peoria and Tempe. In addition, performances by local artists and films from all over the world will be shown. The events include the Encanto Park Coffeehouse, which has become the Pearl Lizard Festival, and the Pearl Lizard Festival at the Glendale Museum of Natural History.
The annual Juried Fine Art exhibition is one of the goals the Glendale Arts Council has achieved in this endeavor. Twenty to five percent of all purchases go toward the purchase of art and equipment for the Art Gallery of Arizona's annual art fair.
The WVA Membersa Salon is presented by the Glendale Arts Council and the Art Gallery of Arizona in partnership with the Arizona Museum of Art. The Members "Salon, which was formerly the W VA Members" Exhibition, will be the first in a series of premium WVaas exhibitions showcasing the fine works of artists and members.
The Ride is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization that raises money and awareness for the fight each year for wounded veterans in Arizona. The exhibition will be held at the Scottsdale Art League, and in lieu of flowers, the family would be happy to donate $10,000 to the WVA Memorial Fund or $1,500 to a memorial service. A service in honor of the deceased will be held on Saturday, April 30, at 2 p.m. at St. Maryas Episcopal Church in Glendale, Arizona.
PSA Art Awakening offers hope for recreation, diversity and well-being through art, music, poetry, dance, photography and other forms of creative expression.
Founded in 1986 by Gabrielle Liese, a renowned pearl collector and historian, the Pearl Museum is one of the largest collections of pearl art in the United States and the world. The museum in Balboa Park houses more than 1,000 pieces of ceramics, pearls and other beads. Her works have been preserved in numerous public and private collections, including the National Museum of Art in Washington, D.C., the Smithsonian Institution, the New York Public Library, and many others. She teaches ceramic figures and sculpture at the University of California, San Diego School of Arts and Sciences and has taught at Arizona State University, UC Santa Barbara and UC Davis.
He is active in the music community as a member of the committee that organizes the Glendale Folk Festival and is actively involved in Five15Art. He is president of the Arizona Pickers and Grinners Society and the Arizona Artist's Guild, where he is also the exhibition director. David has been actively involved in five15art since its founding as an art group in 2009.