Art N' AboutFeaturing area arts and events
Each of the experiences along her journey—she has an extensive background in the musical arts—has led her to a place of deep reverence and gratitude for the way music brings people together.
“I love the sound of hundreds of people raising their voices together – it can be so beautifully unifying,” Emily said.
The Prescott Frontier Days®, Inc. – World’s Oldest Rodeo® proudly promotes women’s competitive rodeo sports and awards equal prize money and buckles for champions in these events. Showcased events include barrel racing; a red-hot ballet featuring a cowgirl, her horse, three barrels, and a stopwatch; and breakaway roping, a lightning-fast display of roping skill and horsemanship.
Every Memorial Day weekend, the Phippen Museum offers a variety of entertaining events at its Annual Western Art Show & Sale on the beautiful Courthouse Plaza in downtown Prescott. This year on May 28–30, this much-anticipated tradition is expected to return with an even larger gathering of fine art collectors, museum enthusiasts, and western aficionados (see a full schedule below).
We sat down with Janet Eastin, Board Member of Suze’s Prescott Center for the Arts (SPCA) Board of Directors, to learn why she supports the arts in Prescott.
Prescott Woman magazine spoke with local singer and performing artist Leah Morales, who performs with Mood Swing, various brass ensembles, and teaches at the Movement Studio
Prescott Woman Magazine sat down with Ali Cassidy, SPCA Board of Directors member, to learn why she supports the arts in Prescott.
After more than a year and a half of canceled events and entertainment, the reemergence of live concerts has begun. There is no shortage of happy, eager attendees ready and willing to welcome back that which was sorely missed: the feeling of camaraderie, delight, exhilaration, and that sometimes-irrepressible urge to dance in our seats or sing along with the music we love. Yes, folks: Two of your favorites are back.
We sat down with Christine Scott, President of Suze’s Prescott Center for the Arts (SPCA) Board of Directors, to learn why she supports the arts in Prescott.
This year’s Dancing for the Stars event raised more than $275,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona. As the organization’s major yearly fundraiser, it has grown to raise a significant portion of the non-profit’s annual budget and literally keeps the doors open for the Prescott and Prescott Valley Clubs.
The musical world is opening once more, and there are many exciting events to anticipate. The Camerata Chamber Singers are hosting several performances you won’t want to miss.
Henry and Maria still teach music and are involved in separate projects: Maria practicing and performing, and Henry as Arizona Philharmonic’s Executive Director. “But we’re at our best when we work together,” they both agreed with a smile. “So we’ve scheduled a few spring recitals across Arizona.”
Robyn Allen, Executive Director of Suze’s Prescott Center for the Arts, is the recipient of the 2021 Prescott ATHENA Award. The award actively supports and celebrates the ATHENA mission to support, develop, and honor women leaders, to inspire women to achieve their full potential and create balance in leadership worldwide.