7150 East Fifth Avenue Second Floor, Silver Land Scottsdale, AZ 85251 +1 602 944 1997
Leave your latest gadgets aside as you take a trip back in time to view the origins and growth of television and radio communication in Arizona at the House of Broadcasting. This museum features an extensive collection of records, photographs, trophies and broadcasting apparatus spread across its vast 2,000 square feet (185.81 square meters) area. Fans of legendary artists like Tom Chauncey, Buck Owens and Ira Lavin will be marveled by their musical instruments, records, outfits and souvenirs laid out on display. Lucky visitors may even get to participate in their annual events; 'HOBI Celebrity Golf Tournament' and 'HOBI Celebrity Toast, where you can share the stage with some of your favorite celebrities.
617 North Scottsdale Road Suite A Scottsdale, AZ 85257 +1 480 314 4400
At the African American Multicultural Museum visitors can learn about cultural and historical contributions by African Americans to American society. With the mission "
"Fellowship through Education the center seeks to educate visitors and local youth through the arts, historical items and speakers featured throughout the year via a broad variety of exhibits and programs. Exhibits are changed quarterly and special presentations can be arranged for adults, children and teens by calling in advance. Subjects for exhibits range from American and African history, cross-cultural relations and multiculturalism, American art and music and much more.
7100 East Main Street Scottsdale, AZ 85251 +1 480 945 8475
Duley-Jones Gallery features contemporary works in various mediums by local and national artists. The collection includes landscapes, ceramic works, watercolors and figurative work. They have paintings by Pat Bailey, Rhea Gary, Brian Blackham, George Green, Steven DeLair and David Rothermel, David Gordiner and Bette Ridgeway. They also have art glass works, glass tapestries, sculptures, baskets, wood vessels, wood carvings and original illustrations.
7330 Scottsdale Mall Scottsdale, AZ 85251 +1 480 945 7751
Trailside Galleries is one of the earliest western art galleries to display works of western artists involved in contemporary artwork. Established in 1963 this Scottsdale gallery and their other Jackson Hole gallery represent some of the accomplished artists in the United States. Their collection is spread across many styles including Native American Art, Western Art, Figurative, Impressionism, Landscape Art, Wildlife Art, Southwestern Art, Western sculpture. Different mediums also find their place here including oils, pastel, watercolor, gouache, mixed media, graphite, woodcarving and bronze.
3922 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251 +1 480 922 1801
May Gallery showcases works in fine arts, crafts, sculptures and other media and are known for their collection of antiquities and framings. Every November, the gallery hosts a show called 'Gold Medal Artists Show' that displays works of over two dozen artists, painters and sculptors. The artists are judged by the sales that he or she draws and the degree of devotion that they have to their careers. Whether you are a connoisseur of art or a newbie, this gallery will have something to suit your tastes.
7127 East Sixth Avenue Scottsdale, AZ 85251 +1 480 423 0888
Artspace is a 7,400 square feet building which houses Textures Gallery, Robert Roman Gallery and Loft Studios for local artists. They galleries showcase a diverse selection of works including paintings, sculptures and crafts by up coming and well known artists. Textures Gallery showcases fiber, wax batik, weaving, appliqué jewelry works and so on. The Robert Roman Gallery showcases paintings, mixed media, photography, print and sculptures.
3625 Bishop Lane Scottsdale, AZ 85251 +1 480 947 3251
The Riva Yares Gallery was established in 1964, with locations in Scottsdale and Santa Fe. The gallery showcases the works of international and local artists and exhibits are museum-level modern and contemporary. This huge gallery with more than 15,000 square feet (1393.54 square meters) of space, is one of the oldest contemporary art galleries in the regions. More than 50 artists have showcased their work here. The gallery also publishes catalogs and books that document solo-exhibitions including critical essays, biographies and color reproduction.
3705 North Bishop Lane Scottsdale, AZ 85251 +1 480 941 0900
Larsen Gallery is a contemporary art gallery and specializes in the art and artworks of Fritz Scholder. Through their 'Secondary Art Market', the gallery also helps artists and sellers in the resale of art. Larsen Gallery also leases fine art to buildings, offices and various art programs. They showcase paintings, graphics, sculptures, photography and mixed media art. The 53,000 square feet (4923.86 square meters) of gallery space and 800 square feet (74.32 square meters) 'sculpture garden' is open daily for events.
4142 North Marshall Way Scottsdale, AZ 85251 +1 480 945 2323
Wilde Meyer Gallery was established in 1983 and has branches in Tucson and Scottsdale. The gallery showcases an eclectic collection of fine art. The collectors favorites include works by painters like Earl Linderman abstract painters like Ryan Hale and Sherri Belassen and sculptors like Jim Budish. Landscape painters include Barbara Gurwitz and Fran Larsen. Wilde Meyer also showcases the works of the famous 'animal' artist Mitch Henderson. Visitors can enjoy the works of Linda Holman at 'La Buena Galleries', located within Wilde Meyer.
4215 North Marshall Way Scottsdale, AZ 85251 +1 480 946 7056
Udinotti Gallery exhibits paintings, sculptures, ceramics, fine and contemporary art, especially those that lay emphasis on figures and expressions. They also have a permanent collection of artwork called the 'Udinotti Museum of Figurative art' and is open only by appointment. This museum holds three to four exhibitions a year as a way to educate the general people on the evolution and importance of figurative art.
Originally built as Scottsdale's first "Little Red School House", this
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