Oaxacan Folk Art from the Shepard Barbash and Vicki Ragan Collection
The exhibition includes more than 100 wooden carvings and clay sculptures created in the state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico. Subjects include festival and market scenes, Bible stories, a variety of animals, and mythical and fantastic figures. The exhibition is organized by Tucson Museum of Art and curated by Kristopher Driggers, Schmidt Curator of Latin American Art.
Wild Rising by Cracking Art explores environmental issues through the whimsy of colorful creatures, and visitors are invited to participate in the conversation with Elephant in the Room in Ottosen Gallery.
The artists of Elsewhere prompt us to question our reality. Their installations rewrite the laws that govern the physical world and our interactions with it. Departing from what we know to be true, they offer glimpses into what else there can be, moments where their realities become ours. Welcome to Elsewhere.
Join us as we fill the community of downtown Tubac and select areas with Javelina sculptures painted by area artists!
[Oct 26-27] Join us as we fill the community of downtown Tubac and select areas with Javelina sculptures painted by area artists!