5005 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ 85018-3015 Tel: (602) 262-4727 Fax: (602) 262-1605 Director: Ms. Christine Hall Admission: free.
Attendance: 16,000 Established: L984 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: Y Parking: free on site.
Open: Monday, 10am-5pm Tuesday, 10am-9pm;
Wednesday to Friday, 10am-5pm;
Publications: promotional, “‘Points of Pride” (annual).
The Museum, housed in an early 20th-century Santa Fe-mission style residence, promotes art in education and displays works in a wide variety of media created by Arizona’s emerging artists, as well as nationally known artists. Exhibitions change monthly and exhibition opportunities are offered to artists of all levels of experience, medium, style, and technique. The permanent collection includes works by Diane Maxev, Brad Diddams, Roberta Hancock, and Rose Johnson.
Shemer Art Center and Museum Photo Gallery
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Prescott Phippen Museum
Facilities: Library Ranch-stvle Building (6,500 square feet): Shop.
Activities: Education Program (adults and children); Guided Tours: Lectures; Temporary Exhibitions (6 per year); Traveling Exhibitions.
Publications: gallery guides: newsletter. “Phippen Museum Newsletter” (triennial).
Resembling a rustic ranch house, the Phippen Museum contains an outstanding collection of historic art and artifacts by prominent Western artists, together with contemporary art depicting the American West by a variety of well-known artists.
The Prescott Fine Arts Gallery
Activities: Temporary Exhibitions.
The Gallery presents approximately nine temporary exhibitions per year, featuring local artists or juried shows attracting artists from throughout the Southwest.