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​​​The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture was established in 1985 to champion and sustain the City's arts and culture community to make Phoenix a great place to live, work, and visit.

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News - July 31, 2019: Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture seeks interns for stipend-paid positions. Deadline to apply is August 25.

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News - July 25, 2019: Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture Invests Nearly $1 Million to Enhance the Quality of Life for Residents.

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 ‭(Hidden)‬ IN FLUX Cycle 8


New IN FLUX art installations by Daniel Funkhouser and Christy Puetz are currently on display at Burton Barr Library, 1221 N. Central Avenue. IN FLUX is a partnership between the City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture and public art programs from Chandler, Glendale, Peoria, Scottsdale, and Tempe. These six cities selected ten artists to create temporary public artworks in locations across the Valley. ​

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Phoenix Office of Arts + Culture
200 W. Washington St., 10th. floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Phone: 602-262-4637
Fax: 602-262-6914
email:  arts.culture@phoenix.gov

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Arts + Economic Prosperity

Did you know that Phoenix Arts and Culture events generated $402 Million in economic impact? The Arts Mean Business in Phoenix

Read details about what this means in the full Arts and Economic Prosperity 5 report for the city of Phoenix here!

 Meet the City Poet Laureate

The Phoenix Poet Laureate is a Mayoral appointee whose purpose is to champion the art of poetry, inspire an emerging generation​ of literary artists and educate residents about poets and authors who have influenced our state through creative literary expression.

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Phoenix Urban Guide (PUG) is a new destination map that connects Phoenix residents and visitors to arts and cultural destinations, dining, retail and more.  PUG was developed by Artlink Inc. through a ReinventPHX grant in partnership with the City of Phoenix Community & Economic Development Department, the City of Phoenix Office of Arts & Culture, Valley Metro, Downtown Phoenix Inc., and the Phoenix Convention Center.

Upcoming Meetings

Latino Cultural Center Site and Operations Subcommittee: Tuesday, August 13 at 2:30PM at ALAC, 147 E Adams Street

Arts and Culture Commission: Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at 4PM at City Hall, at City Hall, 200 West Washington, 12th Floor Central Conference Room​

Latino Cultural Center Ad Hoc Committee: Monday, September 23, 2019 at 1PM at City Hall, at City Hall, 200 West Washington, 12th Floor Central Conference Room