February 1, 2020 - February 16, 2020
Christina Holland Designs Pop Up @ TDART
Christina Holland Designs is a Tucson based jeweler whose elegant and intricate work is always sure to dazzle and amaze. Christina's jewelry is available all over; from Minnesota, to Oregon, and of course here in Arizona at many trendy Tucson shops.
In efforts to give this talented artist another platform to showcase and sell her work - the Tucson Desert Art Museum's Four Corners Gallery has invited Holland to display her gorgeous jewelry for sale in our gift shop + gallery for the duration of the Tucson Gem Show. (Feb 1st - Feb 16th).
You can view Holland's work on her website: https://www.christinahollanddesigns.com/
Artist Reception: Saturday February 1st 2020 1PM - 4PM
Held at the Four Corners Gallery to honor and celebrate this exciting collaboration!
Light refreshments will be served.
February 7, 2020, 6 pm
Buffalo Soldiers Exhibition Opening
Free for Military, Students, TDART and GSAAC members, $5.00 admission for non-members (includes view of all exhibitions).
In Honor of Black History Month, please join us at the Tucson Desert Art Museum and members of GSAAC (Greater Southern Arizona Area Chapter of the 9th and 10th Horse Cavalry Association) for the opening reception of our Buffalo Soldiers art exhibition.
Event Admission will include a special presentation by buffalo soldier historical experts of the GSAAC Buffalo Soldiers.
Currently, GSAAC is fundraising for The Tucson Buffalo Soldiers Memorial Plaza that is to be erected in Ward 5 right by the Quincie Douglas Library. At this present time there are no monuments or museums in Tucson representative of contributions Black Americans made in settling Southern Arizona.
Help support GSAAC's memorial project mission by donating here: http://paypal.me/BUFSOLD
February 16, 2020, 10 am - 4 pm
Mata Oritz Pottery Show & Sale
On Sunday February 16th, Mata Ortiz craft potters will take over the Tucson Desert Art Museum once more. If you missed our December 2019 Mata Ortiz sale you won't want to miss this one!
The all day affair will feature an afternoon artisan demonstration by master potter Oralia López, & beautiful authentic Native American pottery & jewelry by various notable Mata Ortiz Craftsmen and women, all in an atmosphere of creativity, joy, and great deals!
Sale is free to the public & will be held in the lobby of the museum.