Art N' AboutFeaturing area arts and events
PCA started PCA SERVES, an initiative providing volunteer services for vulnerable members of our community that were being asked to stay home. The three main goals: to assist with daily tasks like picking up prescriptions or groceries, conduct wellness checks by phone, and provide virtual entertainment.
In 2020, the show will once again take over the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley for three days of rockin’ fun: Friday, July 31 through Sunday, August 2. Visitors can find anything their hearts desire related to rocks and minerals: finished one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, rough rock, slabs, fossils, mineral specimens, equipment, beads, findings, and so much more.
More than 40 authentic cowboy poets and singers will perform for two days and three nights to share their heritage and the culture of the American Cowboy. Featured performers include Dave Stamey, Jay Snider and Belinda Gail. This year’s popular collectible poster design was created by artist JaNeil Anderson and is titled, “That Girl is a Cowboy.” An original framed giclee will be available to win through the annual raffle.
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.