The works in Language in Times of Miscommunication prompt viewers to question and resist propaganda in its many forms.
Lynn Trimble is an award-winning writer based in Arizona who specializes in arts reporting and arts criticism for regional and national publications.
You Too Can Have Your Art on a Postage Stamp
The process isn’t complicated, and thousands of people submit themselves for the talent pool every year.
Indigenous Artists Tell the Story of Hawaiian Surfing
He‘e Nalu: The Art and Legacy of Hawaiian Surfing centers the culture of Kānaka Maoli, the Indigenous people of Hawaii.
A Body of Work Inspired by One Hip Replacement
“It was my way of working through what had happened inside my body,” Santa Fe artist Christine Cassano tells Hyperallergic.
“Don’t Call Me Chief”: Native Artists Protest Racist NFL Mascots
A group of Native artists and others held a protest outside the stadium in Glendale, Arizona, where the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles competed for the championship.
Native Filmmakers Decolonize the Screen
“Only Indigenous voices can tell their stories with dimensionality, and the tools to make that happen are incredibly accessible,” says film director Christian Rozier.
What Makes a Good Arts District?
Along Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row, development has pushed out several art spaces during the last decade, resulting in a “manufactured” arts district.
Airport Art Is Taking Off
Airports across the US have been taking art more seriously in recent years. Have a look.
New Hockey Arena Threatens to Displace Artists in Tempe, Arizona
Local artists and culture workers are wondering how the arena will impact the arts landscape, including museums and alternative spaces.
Two Artist-Physicians Address the Impacts of Uranium Mining
Chip Thomas and Ken Ogawa are creating sight and sound installations to raise awareness about ecological devastation and injustice.
A New Holocaust Museum Is Coming to Arizona
The Center for Hope, Humanity, and Holocaust Education, inspired by artist Robert Sutz’s work, is slated to open in Phoenix in 2025.
Billboard Art in Phoenix Is Tackling Abortion Bans
The Grand Avenue Billboard Project enables artists like Karen Fiorito to publicly express their political views.