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Folk Arts Marketplace


A pilot online marketplace featuring the work of 8 TMY traditional artists opens to the public. Since 1974, folk artists have demonstrated their work at TMY. From basket weavers to calligraphers, pyzancky egg makers to paper cutters, these artists turn ordinary materials into meaningful utilitarian or decorative art. This year, select folk artists offer works ... Read more

Traditions Tuesdays: Sabiduría Comunitaria: Women, Textiles & Resistance


Maria del Carmen Parra Cano with her daughter wrapped in a rebozo, a fabric often used in childbearing in Mexican and Indigenous cultures. Mexican weaving and embroidery are integral traditional art forms in Mexico and the Americas, closely tied to indigenous knowledge and resiliency. Join artists, activists, and scholars for a conversations that braids knowledge ... Read more

Virtual Performance: Ted Warmbrand


Ted Warmbrand is a folk musician who embodies the spirit of Pete Seeger, using songs to build community, protest injustice, and bring joy to those around him. From peace rallies, churches, bars, street corners, homemade puppet shows, in city council chambers, and schools, Ted has carried the tradition of voicing current issues through song to ... Read more

Foodways Wednesdays: COVID-19 & the Local Food System


Hosted by the Tucson City of Gastronomy, the University of Arizona Museum of Art, and UA Center for Regional Food Studies, this panel discussion explores how COVID-19 has changed our local food system. Panelists discuss the impacts of the pandemic, ways that local food producers have responded and inspired change, and whether we have reasons ... Read more

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