Exhibits and Events

Arizona Art Alliance hosts a handful of exhibitions per year for members of affiliated Arts Organizations.  Please scroll below to find out more about each exhibit.

Interpretations  VII

A Juried Fine Art Exhibition
March 1-March 31, 2022
An annual exhibition of member artists of the Arizona Art Alliance Member Arts Organizations.

Virtual Gallery

The Gratitude Project is an exhibition of 6-inch x 6-inch floral-themed paintings by members of the Arizona Art Alliace. The theme of gratitude is represented by flowers as a way to acknolwege and thank Healthcare Workers during the time of Covid. It is customary to say thank you with flowers – what better way than with art!

The paintings will be on permanent display at the Phoenix Veterans Administration Medical Center; and on temporary exhibition at the Mayo Clinic, and other area hospitals to be announced.

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with Tess Mosko Scherer

2nd and 4th Thursday of each month
10:00-12:00 $25./person
10 people maximum

If you are new to social media or just want to learn more about how to leverage your message on social media, this series is not to be missed. Registration required.  A fundraiser for Arizona Art Alliance open to members of the AzAA Member Arts Organizations.

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The Heat is On

Exhibition Dates: July 24- August 31, 2022

The Heat Is On is an exhibition of member artists of the Arizona Art Alliance’s Member Arts Organization.  The theme was open to individual interpretation by the artist.

Prospectus and Entry Form

Unspoken : survivor stories III

Exhibition Dates:  TBA – summer 2022

Location:  Virtual

Unspoken : Survivor Stories is an exhibition of artwork made by artists who have been affected by suicide. For over two years the exhibiting artists have been meeting monthly creating art together. This exhibition of their art celebrates the hope, growth and the strength of survivors.  Mounting this exhibit is a way to promote a greater understanding of the survivor experience.  Unspoken : Survivor Stories humanizes this highly stigmatized topic and we hope to raise local awareness about suicide and mental health and reach more people who may need resources for themselves or loved ones.


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