Category: Community Organizations
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An artist residency program offering regional cultural heritage educational programming through the arts with accommodations and creative space opportunities for visiting artists.
14 Calle Iglesia Old Town Tubac
Tubac, AZ 85646
THS Mission – The Tubac Historical Society’s mission is to provide leadership in promoting an understanding of local and southwest regional history through collecting, preserving, exhibiting, interpreting and disseminating that history to its membership as well as the general public. This mission is supported through public educational programs, maintenance of collections, promoting preservation of historic sites and buildings and by partnering with other appropriate local and regional institutions.Tubac Historical Society Research Center open Wednesdays and Thursdays 10am-2pm and by appointment. Please call 520-398-2020 for your appointment.
50 Bridge Rd.
Tubac, AZ 85646
Come explore the core of art in Tubac. Here you’ll see and learn about the roots of Tubac’s artistic community. Visit the new Master Artist Gallery to see works by those artists that made this area known as where “Art & History Meet”. Spend time viewing outstanding art exhibitions and shop at our Gift Shop Gallery filled with jewelry, pottery, a great selection of books, cards, prints and more. Admission is FREE. Tubac Center of the Arts is a member–supported nonprofit organization and the first place to visit and return to in Tubac.
9 Plaza Rd
Tubac, AZ 85646
The Greater Green Valley Community Foundation changes and enriches lives through guidance, education, and financial support for charitable organizations serving our communities.
Green Valley is located in South Pima County along the I-19 corridor south of Tucson. The area is home to families, retirees, ranches and many growing businesses. This diversity allows the Greater Green Valley Community Foundation to focus on older adults, healthcare, children, housing, education, the environment, animals and the arts. Grantmaking reflects the uniqueness of the Foundation which serves the towns of Green Valley, Sahuarita, Amado, Arivaca, Tubac, Tumacacori and the surrounding area.
Building a Community
In 1998, the Greater Green Valley Community Foundation merged with the Green Valley Community Fund which had been operating since 1970 serving local residents and organizations. Our goal is to build community now and for many years to come by bringing people and organizations together around local issues and opportunities. The GGVCF has an unrestricted endowment fund. Our local board and staff have an in-depth understanding of the concerns and resources that shape our community, and we are dedicated to continue building this permanent endowment or savings account to serve the Green Valley areas long-term needs through local grant-making. We also provide technical assistance and training to encourage these local community organizations to grow and extend their reach.
The gallery is home to some of the finest art you will see in the Southwest, presented in a congenial atmosphere of fun and attention to detail.
Rogoway Turquoise Tortoise carries original, one-of-a-kind work from top named artists in an exciting range of media:
- Paintings in oils and acrylic
- Bronze sculpture
- Fine Native American and artisan-made jewelry
- Art glass
- Gourd art
- Handmade art clocks
- And more!
5 Calle Baca
Tubac Az, 85646
Meet the gallery owners, Jacqueline Zeitler and Deborah Barrios
Jacqueline Zeitler and Deborah Barrios have been friends and business partners for years and share a belief that high-quality art should be enjoyed in a beautiful, relaxed setting which honors the artists’ work.
Quick to smile and ready to answer your questions, Debbie and Jackie make sure that you feel right at home as you enjoy their collection of sophisticated fine art and jewelry.
Our Spice Center in Tumacacori, Arizona is located in the heart of the historic Santa Cruz Valley. The Mission of San Jose de Tumacacori was founded first by the Jesuits in the 1690’s. The church, which still stands today, was built in the early 1800’s. The Presidio of San Ignacio de Tubac, the oldest of 3 Spanish military outposts, was established here after an Indian rebellion in 1751. By the late 1800’s the valley was dotted with ranches, and mining camps, dominated by dauntless cattlemen and prospectors.
Santa Cruz Chili & Spice Company is both a manufacturer and retailer of fine chili products. At our Spice Center in Tumacacori, Arizona we sell, along with Santa Cruz Products, a wide variety of gourmet Southwestern foods, cookbooks and a large selection of spices and herbs. We also have a quaint Western Museum documenting the rich history of the area.
1868 E. Frontage Rd
Tumacacori, AZ 85640
Remains of the mission church San Jose de Tumacocori, cemetary ,mortuary chapel. Restored Historic Gardens
Park entry fee
Arizona’s oldest European community. Underground exhibits, museum, Arizona’s first printing press, 1885 furnished school house. Our Exhibits show 2000 years of southwest history. The Park entry fee $5.
1 Burruel St.
Tubac, AZ 85646