10th Annual HungerWalk

Join us for CFB’s 10th Annual HungerWalk, a family-friendly event that features music, activities and more! Register today to show your support of a healthy, hunger-free southern Arizona! Follow the event link to learn more and register for the Tucson location or the Green Valley location.’-0001-11-30

Show & Tell – Art Speaks – Join the Conversation

The always provocative artist and photographer Becky Hendricks discusses the challenges and vicissitudes of the artist’s life featuring a discussion of her work and how and why she “quit” being an artist. what does the notion of “quitting” mean as she is still actively creative. Her work will be on display in the main galleries with husband Willie Ray Parish. Don’t miss this informative and thought-provoking discussion.
Free for TCA members. $8 suggested donation for non-members’-0001-11-30

Update on Proposed Rosemont Mine

Archaeologist, author, editor and researcher Gayle Hartmann, president of the Save the Scenic Santa Ritas Association, will be the guest speaker at the Santa Cruz Valley Citizens Council regular members meeting on May 20. Hartmann will give an update on the proposed Rosemont Mine, along with an overview of the mine’s potential environmental impacts on the Santa Cruz Valley area.’-0001-11-30

Sabrosita Sahuarita

Join the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance and the Town of Sahuarita for a festive, community celebration of Mexican culture, spirits and food in honor of the town of Sahuarita’s 25th Anniversary. It’s Sabrosita Sahuarita! Experience the Sabor–tasty, at this family-friendly celebration with hearty samples from over 15 local restaurants from Tubac, Sahuarita, Green Valley and Tucson, main stage music and dance entertainment, classic cars, artisan vendors, and agave libations, featured film screening, interactive activities, and arts displays. Foodies, friends and anyone who loves a cultural celebration won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind, inaugural agave and culinary experience, celebrating local heritage, food and culture.’-0001-11-30

Tubac Center of the Arts Summer Arts Program

Summer Arts Camp provides classes in painting, paper making, theatre, drawing, dance, print making . . . . .
June 4 – 27, 2019
Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday 9am – 3:30pm
Ages 6-13 – Grades K-8
1 week $75 – 2 weeks $150 – 3 weeks $225 – 4 weeks $300
To Register visit www.tubacarts.org’-0001-11-30

Grand Opening Reception and Exhibition at Indigo Desert Ranch Artist’s Collective

Come meet the 9 local artists that have come together as Tubac’s newest artist’s collective, located inside the Newby Gallery.
See an eclectic and refreshing mix of mediums while enjoying refreshments from 4-6pm, and visit the Enormous Tiny Art Show in the adjoining Newby Gallery from 5-7pm.’-0001-11-30

Phoenix Digital Marketing Conference

“Phoenix Digital Marketing Conference is your chance to …
– Hear from some of the most audacious and thought provoking speakers in the digital marketing industry.
– Gain insight into emerging strategies, the latest innovative technologies, and best practices to move your business to the next level.
Phoenix Digital Marketing Conference will be held June 12th to 13th, 2019. It is an online event being streamed live and also available on demand. It’s the one digital marketing event for marketing professionals in Phoenix you can’t afford to miss. Whatever your goal is; reinforcing customer loyalty, improving lead generation, increasing sales, or driving stronger consumer engagement, the Phoenix Digital Marketing Conference line up has been specifically designed to help you develop your audience.

Immerse yourself in topics like digital strategy, programmatic advertising, web experience management, usability / design, mobile marketing & retargeting, customer engagement, user acquisition, social media marketing, targeting & optimization, video marketing, data science & big data, web analytics & A/B testing, email marketing, content marketing, conversion rate optimization, search engine optimization, paid search marketing, geo-targeting, predictive analysis & attribution, growth hacking, conversion rate optimization, growth marketing tools, marketing & sales automation, sustainable growth strategies, product marketing & UX / UI and much, much more!

All sessions will be streamed online from the luxurious Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel in Los Angeles, California at DigiMarCon West (https://digimarconwest.com) where speaker presentations will be webcast live. If you would like to meet the speakers, network with fellow marketing professionals at refreshment breaks, luncheons and evening receptions, check out the latest Internet, Mobile, AdTech, MarTech and SaaS technology solution providers exhibiting then it is highly recommended to attend DigiMarCon West in person instead of the Phoenix Digital Marketing Conference which is a 100% online event only.

At Phoenix Digital Marketing Conference, you will receive all the elements you need to achieve digital marketing success! Conventional thought will be challenged, new ways of thinking will emerge, and you will leave with your head and notebooks full of action items and ideas to lead your agency / team / account to even greater success.

Be a part of Phoenix Digital Marketing Conference and discover how to thrive and succeed as a marketer in a rapidly evolving digital world.

Secure your seat now and take advantage of our discounted super early bird registration rates.

For more details visit https://phoenix-digital-marketing-conference-2019.eventbrite.com.”‘-0001-11-30

Art: AVoice for Social Justice with Peg Bowden, Betty LaDuke and Isabella Tibbetts

Three women, all from different artistic persuasions, will speak to their own creative processes as instruments of social change during a presentation at the Lowe House Project artist residency program in Tubac, Arizona, April 26, 5-7 PM.
Peg Bowden, writer, musician, and humanitarian aid worker, has written a book, A Land of Hard Edges, about the power of love and family which drives people into the treacherous landscape of the Sonoran Desert. Rather than building a wall between the US and Mexico, she sees her work as building bridges through music, cultural exchanges, and human kindness. Her next book, A Stranger At My Door, will be published in summer, 2019.
Betty LaDuke, professor of art emeritus at Southern Oregon University inAshland, Oregon, has exhibited widely throughout the world. Her art has always been an art of cause and conscience, celebrating the beauty of other cultures, while recognizing humanity’s enduring hardships. She loves to paint the “hands in the dirt” people.
Isabella Tibbetts, born in Pelileo, Ecuador, lives inAshland, Oregon, and is an activist as a water protector in Oregon. She works with the Rogue Climate organization, educating the public about climate change. She was a major speaker at the Women’s March in Oregon, and delivers a message about the plight of indigenous women everywhere.
For more information about Art: A Voice for Social Justice, contact Peg Bowden at pegbowden1942@gmail.com and 520-390-5231. Reservations are recommended. A donation of $10 is appreciated. Light refreshments will be served’-0001-11-30

Printing Without A Press!—Monotype Fun Playshop with Barbara Kuzara

Using a rolling pin and wooden spoon you will learn to produce monotypes without a press. This technique allows you to create monotypes in your home. You will transfer inked designs from a plate to paper and create as many unique images as you want. We will work with high-quality water-based inks and various types of paper. All necessary materials are included. Bring any brushes, stencils, stamps and other materials you want to play with. Also bring an apron…it’s going to get messy! Brayers, brushes, crayons, stencils, tissue paper, rolling pins and wooden spoons. Think of the possibilities! Roll or brush ink onto a plate (a 4×5 plate which when done with the playshop you can take home.) Wipe ink off, put ink on, print it, put more ink on, make marks, print it again Experience the liberating and versatile medium of monotype printmaking! For more information and registration, contact me, a Tubac Village Artist Association member, at bakuzara@gmail.com, 602-526-5781 and www.kuzarastudio.com’-0001-11-30

Summers of Fire Reading & Signing with Linda Strader

Linda recalls the danger, romance, and personal and physical challenges in her true-life pioneering adventure as one of the first women to fight forest fires for the U.S. Government. Copies of her memoir will be available for sale and signing. A Lowe House Project artist in residency program. 14 Calle Iglesia, Old Town Tubac. For more information view https://summersoffirebook.blogspot.com and email at lstrader2008@aol.com or 520-625-5827′-0001-11-30