Get Out And Support The Arts And Become An Art Collector!
Above is “Morning Breaks Over Four Peaks” and is one of the pieces we will have on display at the “Herberger Theater Invitational” Exhibit at the Herberger Theater and at the Heaven Art Gallery in Scottsdale. The opening reception is Friday, December 1st, 5:30pm – 7pm for the Herberger event. The exhibit for the Heaven Art Gallery will also begin on December 1st.
Exhibits that are currently on display, or will be in the future:
A special evening to thank our donors…
Your generosity and support allow us to continue to offer outreach programs
that give Arizona youth an opportunity to excel, learn and heal through
the arts. Programs such as Wolf Trap, Multicultural Theater Camp and
the Arizona Young Artists’ Competition ignite the imagination and creativity of children who otherwise might not experience the magic of the theater.
Wednesday, March 16 5:30-7:30PM
Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa 5700 E. McDonald Drive, Paradise Valley Paradise Views Terrace
Mix, mingle and enjoy live music by Alan Jones on Jazz Sax and Flute. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres, dessert, wine and beer generously provided by Sanctuary.
RSVP by March 10 to Laurene Austin at 602-254-7399 x105 or click here.
Note: this event is located outdoors on the Paradise Views Terrace
Tucker Tucker Dual Solo Show – University Club Phoenix
We are excited to have our artwork decorate the elegant and charming University Club Phoenix!
The Tucker Tucker Dual Solo Show will be on display at the University Club Phoenix from January 19th to March 4th 2016. We will be showcasing 30 pieces of our artwork during the exhibit. Matted artwork will also be available during the reception. The Artist Reception is open to the public and is on Friday, February 12, 2016 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Please RSVP to The University Club Phoenix, 39 E Monte Vista Road, Phoenix, AZ 85004, email@example.com, 602-254-5408.
Last year in conjunction with the Herberger Theater we co-curated the Candid Photography Exhibit at the club, and we are happy to be back!
University Club Phoenix
Formerly a private residence, University Club of Phoenix has maintained the beauty of a vintage 1920’s home, while adapting the structure to meet the changing needs of our members and guests. The University Club exists in unique harmony with its surroundings, providing state-of-the-art amenities amidst the grandness of luxury living from an earlier era.
Our venue is both a beautiful and convenient setting for all varieties of catered events or special private functions. The club is available for breakfast meetings, luncheon programs, private dinners, weddings, seminars and even holiday parties.
University Club of Phoenix Foundation
The University Club of Phoenix Foundation, in alignment with our mission statement, provides a young artist scholarship program. The purpose of the scholarship program is to encourage the pursuit of arts education and provides a showcase for their work to further their career. If you would like to donate to the Foundation, please contact Jan F. Haase at (602) 254-5408.
The Herberger Theater‘s Opening Reception for it’s Candid Photography exhibit at the University Club of Phoenix is now on October 22nd, 5:30 to 7 pm. Please note this is the new date, originally the reception was for 10/08.
My wife Connie and I are co-curators for the exhibition. The show is from October 8th thru December 1st at the University Club. Formerly a private residence, University Club of Phoenix still maintains the beauty of a vintage 1920’s home. The club hosts breakfast meetings, luncheon programs, private dinners, weddings, seminars and holiday parties.
The theme we selected for this exhibit is candid photography.
A candid photograph is a photograph captured through motion mostly, without creating a posed appearance. This is achieved by avoiding prior preparation of the subject and by either surprising the subject or by not distracting the subject during the process of taking photos. (1)
This exhibit, open only to photography is meant to display the opposite of today’s selfie culture. An example of this style may best be seen from the master of candid photography, Henri Cartier-Bresson, famous for the term, “The Decisive Moment”. This exhibit will feature works of photography only.
(1) “Candid Photography In Australia An Interview With Andrew Stark”. Urban Photography Art. 2010.