Tucson Arts Brigadeby Carolyn Classen on Dec. 30, 2010, under Arts, Life
Tucson Arts Brigade (TAB) is a non-profit (501c3) arts organization that brings teaching artists into schools, community centers and neighborhoods.
Help us continue to deliver world class intergenerational and cross-cultural arts education programs that result in murals, theater and multi-media projects that Beautify and Unify the places we live, work and play.
Still time to catch this Art Show fundraiser before January 15 at CataVinos, one block south of Ft. Lowell on Alvernon:
Featuring fine art by Manuel Abril, Tempest Alabi-Isama, Niki Glen, Frank Hernandez, Joe Marshall, Joseph Michael Oland, Riley, Howard Salmon, Michael Schwartz, Will Seberger, Susan Silverman, and more!
Proceeds from art purchases support Tucson Arts Brigade’s community arts, education, and civic engagement programs and the featured artists of the show.
TAB features the Tucson Mural Arts Program, The Water Project: Tucson’s Synergistic Water Festival, Dance Theatre Program, workshops and special events. TAB brings Teaching Artists into schools, community centers and neighborhoods, and offers visual and performing arts workshops and interactive arts opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. TAB’s mission is to Beautify and Unify our community by promoting participation, stewardship, and wellness though the arts.
For more information, call 520-791-9359, or log onto: www.tucsonartsbrigade.org.