Welcome to Tempe Arts & Culture!
See a show, take a class, visit an exhibit or gallery in Tempe! Explore all of the creative and cultural experiences the city has to offer at Tempe Center for the Arts, Tempe History Museum and Edna Vihel Arts Center. The Arts & Culture Division develops and manages the city's arts and culture programs and services including Arts Engagement and Tempe Public Art. Tempe is dedicated to enriching the lives of the local and extended community by providing life-long engagement through accessible cultural, social, and educational experiences.
NOW OPEN! 2020 Arts & Culture Award Nomination
These awards celebrate excellence in arts and culture by recognizing individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to arts and culture in Tempe.
Due to Covid-19, award recipients will be contacted and posted on this webpage in-lieu of award presentations at a public event.
Engaged Educator: Such Styles
Creative Entrepreneur: Rodney Hu
Community Impact: Gayle Shanks & Bob Sommer (Changing Hands Bookstore)
Cultural Connector: Evan Liggins
Innovation: FABRIC (Angela Johnson & Sherri Barry)
- 06/11/2019 9:30 AM
Arts NewsKid StuffTCA Events
Beat the heat with cool, FREE, indoor, interactive, family fun TCA Draw-A-Thon
- 06/10/2019 1:12 AM
Community Services Dept.Arts NewsHOME PAGE NEWS
Tempe seeking visual artist for Studio Artists Program
- 05/13/2019 11:00 AM
City NewsArts NewsTCA Events
TCA and its Resident Artists take a unique, collaborative approach for 2019-20 season tickets
- 03/16/2017 3:04 PM
Tempe opens call for artists for Highline Canal Multi-use Path
- 12/05/2016 2:30 PM
Community Relations Dept.City NewsCommunity Services Dept.Police Community Alerts & NewsArts NewsTempe Town Lake UpdatesCouncil: Joel Navarro, Councilmember Council: Kolby Granville, CouncilmemberCouncil: Robin Arredondo-Savage, Vice MayorCouncil: Mayor & Council - ALLCouncil: Mark Mitchell, MayorMilitary/Veterans NewsCouncil: Lauren Kuby, CouncilmemberCouncil: David Schapira, CouncilmemberTempe ManagementCouncil: Randy Keating, Councilmember
Tomorrow: Tempe Public Safety Memorial dedication
Join Tempe City Council, Tempe Police, Tempe Fire Medical Rescue and family members of fallen public safety workers on Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 2 p.m. at Tempe Beach Park
Opportunity for Arizona university art students to propose sculptures
City NewsArts News
Artist sought for Broadway Road Streetscape Project
The city of Tempe is soliciting artist qualifications to create art on the half-mile wall treatment along the Broadway Road Streetscape Project.
Valley Metro Call for Artists