Kick off 2019 by admiring art along the streets of downtown Phoenix, inside a museum, or among holiday light displays. 


First Friday Art Walk



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Pencil in First Friday to your list of weekend plans and supporting local makers to your list of New Year's Resolutions. Lace up your walking shoes or hop on a shuttle to experience the city's spirit and culture through hundreds of exhibitions, galleries, and food trucks lining the streets.

Visit Artlink's website for maps, shuttle locations, and tips for a successful First Friday.


Museum Exhibiitions Ending Soon

Explore the archaeological history of Teotihuacan, the first, largest, and most influential metropolis in North America at Phoenix Art Museum.

On display through January 27.


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Phoenix Art Museum
1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix


Head to the Heard Museum to admire original artwork by Henri Matisse, created as he examined the unexpected connection between the Great Master and the people of the Arctic. 

On display through February 3.


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Heard Museum
2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix


Last Call for Holiday Events


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Though you may have taken down the tree and put away the lights, Phoenix hasn't. If you've still got a little holiday spirit left in the tank, you're in luck. Don't miss your last chance to get festive this weekend at CitySkate and Illumination: Symphony of Light. And events such as ZooLights and Glendale Glitters will wrap up next weekend.

Check out all of the Holiday Events in Phoenix before it's too late.