EXPLORES ARIZONA’S CULTURAL PRESENT, AND PAST
MAY 24 AT 7:30 PM
EIGHT, ARIZONA PBS
— Expanded resources available online at www.azpbs.org/artbeat —
Eight has long been an advocate and champion for Arizona’s distinctive arts community. Arizona Artbeat, the ongoing series and companion Web site, further strengthens that commitment. The 30-minute special profiles the individuals and organizations that are shaping the state’s vibrant cultural scene with honest and provocative interviews with the artists themselves. Online visitors can tap into creative communities both locally and nationally, and gain access to a growing compilation of videos produced by Eight and the city of Phoenix.
The latest edition of ArtBeat airs Tuesday, May 24, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. on Eight featuring:
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