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The Arts in Tucson

Performers, makers, artists, musicians and more all find a home here.

Arizona's Oasis of Culture

The Wall Street Journal has referred to Tucson as a "mini mecca for the arts"—a city that supports more quality performing arts groups than some twice its size, plus we have world-class museums, inspiring galleries, an invigorating line-up of festivals and a rich film history. If you'd like to get more hands-on to make your own masterpiece, that's available here as well. Taking in a show by one of music's hottest bands at the Rialto or pursuing the collection at the Center for Creative Photography, you'll certainly find something culturally oriented in Tucson to your liking.

 

 

Museums

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Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum

Rincon Mountains - Eastside

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Center for Creative Photography

The University of Arizona

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Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

Tucson Mountains - Westside

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Arizona Historical Society – Arizona History Museum

The University of Arizona

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Tubac Presidio State Historic Park

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Jewish History Museum

Convention Center District

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The Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

Congress St. District

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Tucson Desert Art Museum

Rincon Mountains - Eastside

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Tohono O'odham Nation Cultural Center & Museum

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The Franklin Museum™

Rincon Mountains - Eastside

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Performing Arts

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Art Lounge Productions

Fourth Avenue District

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Borderlands Theater

Congress St. District

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Exploded View Cinema

Congress St. District

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Desert Voices

Oro Valley

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The Fox Tucson Theatre

Congress St. District

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Arizona Theatre Company

Congress St. District

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The Loft Cinema

Central Tucson

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Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

Congress St. District

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Breakout Studios

Congress St. District

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Arizona Friends of Chamber Music

Rincon Mountains - Eastside

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Sea of Glass — Center For The Arts

Fourth Avenue District

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Galleries & Studios

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Yume Japanese Gardens of Tucson

Rincon Mountains - Eastside

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Ironwood Art Gallery

Tucson Mountains - Westside

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Desert Artisans' Gallery

Central Tucson

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Solar Culture Gallery

Congress St. District

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Davis Dominguez Gallery

Congress St. District

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Sonoita Merchants Association (The Villages of Sonoita and Elgin)

Wine Country - Santa Cruz Valley

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Artful Living Gallery & Studio

Congress St. District

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Philabaum Glass Gallery & Studio

Convention Center District

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Etherton Gallery

Congress St. District

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Tucson Is a Place for Music

When you think of American cities known for music, sure, names like Nashville, Memphis, Seattle and Austin will come to mind, and for good reason. However, for the music fan, Tucson might end up feeling.. Read More

Tucson on Film

Tucson has been a favorite of filmmakers almost as long as there has been motion pictures. The desert southwest has been a filming location nearly as long motion pictures have been made. When the nascent.. Read More

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