The Arts Council presents a variety of events throughout the year, at the Coconino Center for the Arts and in other venues around Flagstaff. At the Center, you’ll experience art exhibitions, compelling concerts, and more. Around Flagstaff, we host performances on downtown Flagstaff’s Heritage Square, concerts in the idyllic setting at the Arboretum at Flagstaff, and Navajo Rug Auctions at the Museum of Northern Arizona.
Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music presents the 18th Annual Flagstaff Folk Festival at the Coconino Center for the Arts and Arizona Historical Society Pioneer Museum Saturday, June 29th & Sunday June 30th, 2019. Proudly showcasing the best in folk and acoustic music in Arizona and beyond. We feature well over 100 acts on five stages,[...]
Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music & LuckyGirl Productions presents The Roots & Boots Allstar Band FeaturingThe Roots & Boots Music Camp Instructors: KC Groves, Peter McLaughlin, Chris Brashear, Matt Rolland,Rebekah Rolland, Avram Siegel & Julie Sullivan Please join us for an exciting evening at the Flagstaff Folk Festival’s first ever evening concert performance by this renowned[...]
Learn the basics of botanical illustration with Sheila Murray, Arboretum Research Botanist and Artist. Learn how to translate what you see in the natural world into scientifically accurate and aesthetically pleasing works of art. Basic skills learned will include composition, three-dimensional rendering, black ink pen technique, some botanical anatomy fundamentals, and drawing from herbarium specimens.[...]
SPACE BETWEEN is an exploration of two artists with adjacent yet distinctive styles. Both Flagstaff locals, Sky Black and Jacques Cazaubon Seronde (“Cazo”) both strive to create works that are accessible to the viewer while maintaining an endowment of the unexpected. Whether this breach of expectation comes in the form of figures and foliage emerging from[...]
Greenhouse Productions and the Flagstaff Arts Council present Bill Callahan With Jake Xerxes Fussell After almost 20 years of using the alias Smog for his music, Bill Callahan switched to his given name for his releases after 2005’s A River Ain’t Too Much to Love. The 2007 EP Diamond Dancer and full-length Woke on a Whaleheartboth mixed the intimate, reflective, largely acoustic sound[...]
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