Exhibit runs through March 29, 2020.
New museum exhibit showcases unique history of Mill Avenue
Saloons of the 1890s equipped with horse-parking, Gila monster hotel fights and parades that embraced diversity long before Tempe was a city or Arizona a state. Discover these stories and many more at Tempe History Museum’s new feature exhibit, Walking Mill Avenue.
The Tempe History Museum is located at 809 E. Southern Ave.
The Community Room hosts temporary art exhibits around its perimeter.
Feb. 26 through April 20
47th Annual Tempe Union High School District ART 7 Exhibit
For the past 47 years, the city of Tempe and the Tempe Union High School District have joined together for an exhibition of visual art from the high schools in the Tempe District. This year, more than one hundred students are participating in the exhibition, which includes a variety of media including photography, painting, drawing, digital art and ceramics. More than 3,000 Tempe students participate in fine art classes throughout the district. This annual exhibition gives audiences a sampling of some of those talented students.
Corona del Sol
Marcos de Niza