Art N' AboutFeaturing area arts and events
Join us for Cabaret on our Mainstage. We’ve transformed our Mainstage to bring you the cabaret experience—complete with drinks and small plates of delicious food in support of our local restaurants—while staying safely socially distanced at your own table.
It is an understatement to say 2020 has been a difficult year for people all over the world. The planners of this year’s Whiskey Row New Year’s Eve Boot Drop are ready to help folks mark the end of the year in a big way. Revelers can say goodbye to 2020 at the 10th annual celebration on Thursday, December 31, 2020 from 8 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. on Montezuma Street in downtown Prescott.
Prescott Center for the Arts (PCA) is excited to bring you Ghost Talk the Experience—with a twist. The 13th annual event will provide patrons a virtual night of terror on October 30th, 2020 at 7 p.m. This ghostly encounter is an annual fundraiser for local youth art programming and scholarships at PCA. The Prescott tradition of “where haunting legends” come alive has changed over the years, and Ghost Talk 2020 is no exception.
While many Prescott locals are sheltering with their computers and phones, members of the Mountain Spinners and Weavers Guild (MSWG) are busy spinning and weaving on the same kinds of spinning wheels and looms that have been used for centuries.
Earlier this year, as the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting quarantine had so many people feeling isolated and alone, a group of local performing artists sought a way to connect.
“I knew we were all feeling a deep need to connect and be able to dance and share art,” said Bre Rogers, who teaches dance at Skyview School.
Prescott Center for the Arts invites artists and all community members to take action to find new ways to fight racism By Tina Blake, Development Director, Prescott Center for the Arts When we create art on the stage or on a canvas, we are showing others the world...
Arizona Philharmonic’s youth outreach program always focuses on creative expression through music.
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.