Art & Culture
Emily Mann describes her work as Rustic-Refined ornamental and functional metalwork incorporating light play and various mediums like glass and mica. Inspired by the countless color tones & textures, and the magic of rainstorms, her work draws upon the flora and flow of the landscape, and truly flourishes after a nice long hike or challenging mountain bike ride. The hardness of the medium is softened by a woman’s touch and whimsy; the rustic nature is made sophisticated by intricate designs, tailored finishes and inlaid glass.
Tucson Happenings is devoted to our local artists and have been publishing monthly artist profiles for years. This page will list many artists that have profiled since we went digital in May of 2015.
By Mary Ellen Palmeri
Try these easy-to-fold paper units to construct houses and other structures. Great for an individual or group activity! You can create an imaginary house, your own neighborhood, or build a whole village! Start today and continue adding structures for an on-going project. The units will hold together well without glue, but the larger the structure, the less stable it will become. A little glue stick can be used on the ends of the connector pieces to stabilize units, but don’t glue until you are sure your structure is the way you want it!
By Karen R. Smith
Are you as surprised as I am that October has arrived? Maybe it’s because it was 102 one day and 73 the next...without the chance to acclimate as the temperatures got lower, it all seemed like a surprise. Even the dog looked confused. With October here, Halloween is getting closer by the day. This year, let’s help children with special needs have a Halloween to remember!!!
Showdown in Tucson Running January 9 - March 29, 2020
In the 1880s, life is peaceful in the sleepy frontier town of Tucson, Arizona. That is until a gang of cattle ruffians arrive looking to take over. Territorial Marshal, Brett Masters, is determined to keep the peace, but will he be able to stop a "Showdown in Tucson?" Strap on your boots, put on your cowboy hat, and come join the fun! *Starring Gaslight favorite, Armen Dirtadian! www.thegaslighttheatre.com
Most Friday and Saturday Nights Take a full three course table-served
fine dining experience; combine it with a classic, hilarious 3-act, interactive
Comedy Murder Mystery Whodunit; throw in the setting of an award winning
Magic Performance and be prepared for one of the most unique and memorable experiences
of a lifetime.
Friday, February 14 If you’re looking for a truly unique and entertaining way to celebrate Cupid’s
jour l’amour, then consider the Magic & Mystery Dinner Theater’s
dinner and comedy show production of “Murder at the Magic Show” presented
at Skyline Country Club, 5200 E St. Andrews Dr., in Tucson. A hilarious night of
interactive Valentine’s Day fun, with a candle-lit table-served 3-course dinner
prepared by the Country Club’s Executive Chef and an award-winning 3-Act murder-mystery
comedy whodunit set at a Magic show. Completing the festivities will be a champagne
toast and chance for a romantic dance or two. A magical time is promised for all!
Read more about the artist
(Look for her to be featured in November 2019 as well.)