Third Friday Collectors Tour - SOLD OUT
Friday, March 15, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (MST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
THANK YOU PHOENIX ART LOVERS! This is our second consecutive sold out Collectors Tour! Check our Facebook page for news about future Collectors Tours.
March Third Friday, Collectors Tour welcomes Barrio Cafe catering at one of the Tour stops and our guide Crista Cloutier, curator of the Kiki Smith / Valerie Hammond exhibit "Streaming Spirits" currently making its world tour. She has examined the downtown offerings and selected three of them in order to share with us her explorations with the artists on their career choice and work practices, the curators about how they make their decisions and the gallerists to explain how the art business works.
Coe House, a 19th Century building in Historic Roosevelt District, launches a new gallery this month with a series of urbanscape paintings by international artist Barry Goldstein.
R. pELA contemporary art hits Phoenix with its first exhibit, a group show panopticon of artists' views of our Sheriff and Governor in "The JOE & JAN Show"
Bentley Gallery continues to explore the possibilities of its new 20,000 square foot downtown location with "NEO CHROMA", a contemporary survey of the use of brilliant volor in abstract painting.
Downtown, as seen by members of the art world. Don't miss this second installment in the series!
Refreshments will be served. Just park your car at Phoenix Art Museum and join us for three interesting hours exploring the best of contemporary art.
We meet at the entrance to Phoenix Art Museum and board the bus no later than 6PM.
Learn about the history of the downtown art scene while travelling to tonight's selected spaces, mingle with the artists, curators, gallerists while enjoying refreshments and participate in a guided discussion led by tonight's guide.
You will be dropped off at Phoenix Art Museum at 9PM to continue enjoying your evening.
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