The Rose and The Robe, DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun
The travels of Fray Junipero Serra and the Franciscan missions he founded in early California are chronicled by artist Ted DeGrazia in a series of oil paintings and text titled “The Rose and the Robe”. In the late 1700’s, Serra founded the first nine of the twenty-one Franciscan missions established along the coast of Spanish colonial California from San Diego to San Francisco. An opening reception for The Rose and the Robe will be held at the DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun from 5 to 7 pm on Friday, August 28th 2015, and the exhibit will remain on display through January 27th, 2016.
This new Hands-On Experience at the Arizona History Museum Opens August 1, 2015.
You become part of the Exhibit! I AM Tucson is an exhibit that invites you to share your impressions and experiences of living in Southern Arizona. This non-traditional exhibit tells the story of Tucson in the words and drawings of those who live here both past and present. Visit the link for details!
Beat the heat and enjoy refreshing summer evening breezes during Cool Summer Nights. With stunning sunsets, star-lit skies, gourmet dining, and animals reappearing from their daytime estivation, it is understandable why these enchanting Saturday nights have become so popular. Click on the banner to see the weekly themes and activity schedule!
Our new, permanent location for 2015 will be Cafe a La C’Art, located inside the courtyard of the Tucson Museum of Art. We will have a separate room reserved for our members. Free parking is available in the TMA parking lot located on the north end of the historic block off of Washington Street. Metered street parking is also available in the surrounding area.
We are hopeful that this new location and date will encourage more of you to attend our monthly meetings – also, our meetings will take place during Happy Hour!