2021 Concert Series Scheduled – Tickets available through PayPal

We’ve got three concerts scheduled this summer. June 3rd at 6pm will bring Doug Figgs to the Center for the Arts. July 15th will bring Rob Wright and Paul Pickering, also at 6pm. August will bring Liz Cerepanya and Peter Ronstadt. More information on the concerts can be found HERE. Tickets are available for purchase through the PayPal site. Click HERE to go to the purchase site. The Center for the Arts will be notified with ticket...

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Winners of the Student Art Show – 2021!

Fifty-eight pieces of student art, entered in the student show at the Arts Alliance of the White Mountains, 251 Penrod Road, in Show Low, has been judged by a panel of artists. Artworks created in pencil, watercolor, oil, acrylic, clay, fiber photography and other media competed for awards which will be presented at a reception on Saturday, May 8th, at 11:00 a.m.. The show is open to the public for viewing and voting for People’s Choice Awards,...

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Artist of the Month – Rusty Childress – January 2020

After beginning his career as a photojournalist in 1978, Rusty then spent 33 years in the automotive industry but kept shooting along the way. He escaped Corporate America in 2007 to become a freelance photographer by starting The Main Event Imaging LLC, an outdoor event photography business specializing in motorsports and concert photography. Natural History photography is his focus today with Childress.com Nature Photography. Here he spends...

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Artist of the Month – November and December 2019 – Carol Sletten

In the past, Carol worked for an ad agency and a university information center, did a stint as a reporter, taught at a community college, was co-owner of an art gallery and collected oral history. When she was on the East Coast, Carol had a gig as an Artist in Residence, designed publications and had a one-woman show at the Staten Island Botanic Garden. She is currently focusing on the history, landscape and people of the American West. Her...

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Artist of the Month – October 2019 – Connie Cromwell

Connie Cromwell Connie and her husband live in Show Low. They love the area for the climate and four seasons. Creating pine needle baskets combines an opportunity to work with natural materials and her love of needlework. Shortly after moving to the White Mountains, 20+ years ago, Connie met a woman in Pinetop who made pine needle baskets. They were lovely and the memory stayed with her. A few years ago, she realized a need for a creative...

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