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Arts & Entertainment: Jan. 4, 2018

Arts & Entertainment: Jan. 4, 2018


THAT RECEIVE AWARDS IN CANNES. THERE ARE SEVERAL ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT EVENTS HAPPENING AROUND TOWN THIS WEEKEND. NEWS FOUR TUCSON’S HERB STRATFORD HAS DETAILS ON A FEW EVENTS TO CHECK OUT. ” At the Davis Dominguez Gallery an exhibition of work by painter Josh Goldberg and fiber artist Claire Campbell Park iare on display through February 24. Goldberg’s abstract paintings and surrealist collage works pair nicely with the fiber wall hangings of Park in the beautiful Davis Dominguez gallery space located in the Tucson Warehouse and Transfer building at 154 east 6th street. The show is free and open to the public. ” The Tucson Symphony will be performing Mozart’s 29th (Symphony this weekend with shows January 5,6,7 at the TCC music Hall. The performances feature rising star guest conductor Jessica Cottis in her TSO debut and guest cellist Julian Schwarz performing Shostakovich’s Cello Concerto No. 1. Visit TucsonSYmphony.or g for more information on the performance times and ticket information. ” At the University of Arizona Museum of Art an exhibition entitled You ARE HERE: MEDIATED UNDERSTANDING OF OUR WORLD features functional maps in addition to artworks that incorporate cartographic vocabulary, explores themes of navigation, accuracy, presumed reality, and politics. The show is up now through April 1 at the museum, located on the UA campus near STILL TO COME ON NEWS FOUR

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