Art N' AboutFeaturing area arts and events
Cowboy Artist of America Bill Nebeker’s “If Horses Could Talk” sculpture—truly a sculpture that appeals to all—depicts a cowboy using his binoculars to look for a deer, while his horse looks down at the deer, which is under the rock ledge behind where the cowboy is seated. When Bill first created this limited-edition piece in 1987, it sold out the evening it was presented.
Officially known as Arizona’s Christmas City, Prescott is one of the “Top 25 Best Small Towns for Christmas,” according to Country Living Magazine (2017 and 2018).
The holidays are all about traditions, about making memories with your loved ones, and Prescott is the perfect place to create them. Prescott Center for the Arts (PCA) asks you to consider new traditions: the gift of live theatre (at PCA’s Mainstage), and buying hand-crafted gifts from its Art Gallery.
Prescott Center for the Arts (PCA) brings on the SCARE and NOT this Fall. Audiences can enjoy a thrilling and rendition of Dracula in October or a thought-provoking drama in November.
The Phippen Museum Hosts Two of its Most Popular Events, the Hold Your Horses! Exhibition & Sale, and the Fall Gathering Barbeque
The average American spends nearly half a day staring at a screen. A 2018 Nielsen Company audience report revealed that adults in the United States devoted about 10 hours and 39 minutes each day to consuming media. This includes the use of tablets, smartphones, personal computers, multimedia devices, video games, radios, DVDs, DVRs, and TVs.
The numbers are staggering for everyone, but even more so for youth! Screen time is linked to obesity and an increase in diabetes, especially for children. It is time to bring back the live experience. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the experience is defined as “direct observation of or participation in events as a basis of knowledge.”
So this season, embark on more experiences: enjoy the outdoors, events, and the arts.
Worldwide, there are so many issues that need our attention. Deciding which cause to help can feel overwhelming.
One such issue: hunger. It’s an issue everywhere, including right here in our little part of the world, Yavapai County. We all know the feeling of hunger. While some of us can simply open the cupboard or refrigerator and satiate our need, others do not have food so readily available … and they need our help.