• Spring Artisans Market

    TMA’s Spring Artisans Market features dozens of unique and local artists and artisans with crafts, original artwork, pottery, glass, jewelry, textiles and gift items in an outdoor street fair setting. Organized by TMA’s Museum Store, the event is an annual fundraiser for Southern Arizona’s oldest visual arts institution located in downtown Tucson.

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  • Celebrate the First 100 Years and the Beginning of the Collection at the Tucson Museum of Art Annual Gala 2024

    Join us on Saturday March 16 for a festive evening with friends, view our Centennial Exhibition—Time Travelers: Foundations, Transformations, and Expansions at the Centennial, and enjoy great music, delectable dining, an amazing Live Auction, and so much more. All proceeds benefit the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block. Complimentary Valet and Gala Entrance at 175 N. Meyer (by the blue wall).

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  • WEEKLY PUBLIC TOURS

    Interested in getting a guided tour of the museum? The Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block is now offering weekly Public Tours on Thursdays and Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. These guided experiences will be led by docents and will focus on the highlights of the museum’s collection. Tours meet in the Mooney Lobby and are free with admission.

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  • Arizona Biennial 2024 - Call to Arizona Artists!

    Submit your work for the Arizona Biennial 2024! The prospectus for the Arizona Biennial 2024 is now available. This exhibition will be on view at the Tucson Museum of Art from October 19, 2024—February 9, 2025. All entries, fees, and images must be received by 5 p.m., May 3, 2024. Digital submissions only. Late entries and emailed submissions will not be accepted.

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  • TMA TURNS 100!

    Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block will be celebrating its Centennial in 2024—and you’re invited to join in the festivities. On March 20th, 1924, the leaders of the Arts Committee of the Tucson Woman’s Club, assembled a group of artists, art enthusiasts, and patrons who eagerly agreed to establish an art organization to benefit Tucson – and the Tucson Fine Arts Association became a reality. They could not have imagined that their nascent arts establishment would eventually become the oldest and largest cultural institution serving Southern Arizona – the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block (TMA).

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