Come explore the core of art in Tubac. Here you’ll see and learn about the roots of Tubac’s artistic community. Visit the new Master Artist Gallery to see works by those artists that made this area known as where “Art & History Meet”. Spend time viewing outstanding art exhibitions and shop at our Gift Shop Gallery filled with jewelry, pottery, a great selection of books, cards, prints and more. Admission is FREE. Tubac Center of the Arts is a member–supported nonprofit organization and the first place to visit and return to in Tubac. Click here to download the NEW “Destination Tubac – Tumacacori” Brochure. Conde Nast Travel: Tubac is a “not to miss” destination for 2014. Read more by clicking here. Visiting Tubac? Check out all of the local events on the new community calendar, TubacCalendar.com.
Summer Sizzler Music Events – Line up Announced!
Tubac Center of the Arts is pleased to present three Summer Sizzler Music events. Save the dates: June 13th, July 12th, & August 9th Bass Culture – Reggae in the Park and Jamaican fare from D’s Island Grill start off the series on June 13th in the Park at Barrio de Tubac. Heartbeat Oldies will have you dancing in the streets in front of the art center in July and Domingo DeGrazia is back in Tubac with his band for some Spanish guitar music in August. Click here for more information.
Hi-Art Exhibit Opens Friday, May 2, 2014
The annual High School Art Exhibit, “Hi-Art” represents the art work by students of Sahuarita, Walden Grove, Rio Rico and Nogales High Schools. Click here for more information.
Arizona Gives Day!
Santa Cruz Valley Art Association/Tubac Center of the Arts is one of the nearly 1,000 nonprofit organizations expected to participate in Arizona Gives Day, an online fundraising initiative, scheduled to take place on Wednesday, April 9, 2014. Click here for more information.
“From the Earth” Opens Friday, March 14, 2014
Tubac Center of the Arts presents “From the Earth”, an art exhibit of glass, clay and paper. Fifty six works of art from artists in twelve different states were selected by Tucson jurors, Tom Philabaum, Hirotusne Tashima, & Catherine Nash. Click here for more information.
Arizona Aqueous XXVIII Award Winners
Award winners were selected in person by juror, Judy Morris of Beaverton, OR during the opening reception on Friday, February 7th. Click here for more information.
TCA Acquires Two New Sculptures
Friday, January 24, “Waves of Wind”, a 16′ tall, 1,800 pound steel sculpture by Tubac artist, Lee Blackwell was installed at Tubac Center of the Arts. The steel sculpture joins “Tubac Jack”, a 7′ 4″ tall bronze sculpture weighing 207 pounds created by Tubac, wildlife artist, Nicholas Wilson. Both sculptures were acquired through community donations. Read the full story by clicking here.