|Nikki Glenn's mural features pollinators of the Sonoran Bioregion|
If you've been downtown in recent weeks you have probably noticed that Arts Brigade Muralists are hard at work creating eight monumental works of beautiful art amidst the bustle of downtown development. The work is far from over. This is where you come in, as you admire and take pictures of these spectacular works we invite you to join the excitement by supporting Tucson Arts Brigade.
People who donate $100 or more will receive a special limited edition of eight postcards of the final murals.
These new murals represent the continuation of an exciting city wide mural program and collaboration with the City of Tucson as we continue to hire artists to work in schools, neighborhoods and community centers to beautify and unify the places we live and work.
Your support means we will be able to maintain our growing inventory of murals, and expand opportunity to even more artists. Employing fine artists to bring beauty and joy to our neighborhoods and centers of civic life is what Arts Brigade does best. So we hope you will join with us to celebrate this unique moment by making a donation to a very special arts organization.
We invite you to join us this Tuesday for a special event:
Downtown Murals: Artists Forum
When: Tuesday May 24, 6-7pm
Ages: All Ages, Free and Open to the Public
Where: Lower Level Meeting Room, Pima County Public Library, 101 N Stone Ave.
Lead Muralists and assistants will share their experiences of being muralists, painting downtown, building a mural movement life as an artist.
Presented by the City Of Tucson Mural Program, and management partner Tucson Arts Brigade.
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|Students from various schools have been going on mural tours and getting a first hand account from muralists.|
**As a supporter of the Tucson Arts Brigade we want to invitee you to a special unveiling ceremony for the Downtown Mural Project**
Tuesday May 31, 8am
Benjamin Plumbing Supply
440 N 7th Ave 85705
|Ignacio Garcia's mural in progress at the Rialto Theater.|
|Isaac Carusos Mural on Scott Ave.|