Art N' AboutFeaturing area arts and events
Relationships can be challenging, but in the long run, they are worth the work. People need people! For centuries, these themes have played out in the theater.
Prescott Center for the Arts (PCA) brings history alive; not only through classical theatrical performances and art shows but also with the architecture of its beautiful building. It is part of who PCA has been, who they are, and where they are going.
Now twenty-one, Madison Roe—who was born in Prescott and lived here through her first year of middle school—is a solo artist with music playing worldwide. While she’s usually accompanied by her backup alternative rock band and plays electric and acoustic guitar and ukulele, her true star power originates from her beautiful, unique, smoky vocals, which have just the right amount of rasp and magic to make her a true standout in today’s music world.
The goal of the banquet is to strengthen the relationship between fathers and daughters by creating a special evening or “date night” which includes a meal, special music, a guest speaker, father-daughter photos, and dancing. This banquet maybe a father’s greatest opportunity to prepare his daughter’s heart for the special someone in her future.
The prestigious ATHENA® Leadership Award is making its debut in the Quad Cities this spring. Sponsored by Quad Cities Business News and Prescott Woman Magazine, the international recognition celebrates women who demonstrate excellence in their profession, a commitment to their community, and a practice of inspiring or mentoring other women.
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.