Exhibits, Performance, Events
Transforming community through the arts:
Saturday, January 19, 2019
The Pain Proof Punks present
The Addams Family Vs. The Munsters:
A Gothic Sideshow Evening
Doors Open at 8pm, show starts at 9pm
TICKETS $20 available at door opening at 8pm
Come one, come all to see the greatest families of darkness. The Pain Proof Punks bring the Gothic Royalty to life with Sideshow and Circus performances including Fire, Sword Swallowing, Burlesque, Aerials, Bed Of Nails, Bellydance, Singing, Glass, Wax , and other specialty acts!!! More info…………
February 8 – March 16, 2019
Phoenix Arizona is the last place most folks would think to find the nation’s longest running “Exotic Art Show.” Expanding for past 35 years, this ground breaking art show continues to evolve and thrive in this desert oasis, bringing together two months of exotic arts and performances. Artists interested in exhibiting should click here.
Friday, Feb. 8
Tickets: $25 advance/$30 @ door
The most talked about outrageous art opening event of the year: Opening Night’s Valentine Phantasmagorical Spectacular headline act is the crème of provocative cabaret burlesque acts: CLEODORA and her talented contorting burlesque babes. The sexiest cabaret act in Phoenix often selling out her shows. And to get your juices flowing, we present the notorious WTQ (What The Queer) the most outlandishly shocking Drag show you’ve never seen. The evening is a visual, aural, sensual, eye-poppin’, heart-thumpin’ performances on two stages, two floors of exotic-erotic art, exquisite International body painter, bondage demonstrations, fire, jazz, roving performers. Fetish and cosplay attire welcome. Dress for success. More information ……………
An eclectic night of lust, passion, pain and love in poetry, song, comedy and variety acts with a poetic anthology featuring over 35 local artists! the broadest range of eclectic off-the-wall, scintillating performances of romantic/tragic/comic lust-filled poets, song, vaudeville variety acts, spoken word, improv, performance art and music, simultaneously on two stages. More Info TBA.
Join us for a dark cabaret experience! Let us entertain you with an evening of sultry entertainment at this adult-themed cabaret variety show celebrating the unconventional side of sensuality with beautiful dancers, adult comedy, and sexy acrobatic acts! More Info…..
April 5-12, 2019
26th Salon des Enfants
Phoenix Elementary School District’s Juried Youth Art Show & Sale. There will be approximately 300 juried pieces made by students in the 5th through 8th grades, representing 16 Schools, and 18 teachers. Art is displayed Salon-style, and sold right off the wall; including sculpture, ceramics, painting and photography. All art sold for $20 right off the wall, on a first come basis.
First Friday April 5 Opening
Art Opening with School Band, Dance, and Musical Performances
Friday, April 5, 3:30 – 5:30pm. Cookies and punch provided. Free
Join Silver String Circus for a night of side-show, magic, music, improv, and most importantly DUNGEONS & DRAGONS! Grab those D20’s and your favorite wizard robes, because this rag-tag group of adventurers needs your help on a quest of magnificent proportion! More Info………
Join us downtown Phoenix at Alwun House for an all new production of “TEASE”! It will be an evening of sultry entertainment at this classic burlesque style variety show shimmying with glamorous dancers, adult comedy, and sexy acrobatic acts! More Info……..
May 17 – June 15
A solo exhibition by photographer Miachelle DePiano
Her body of work involves viewing vintage objects and botanicals in ways that produce a different perception of the entity. DePiano expresses a quality of passion and inspiration within her photographic images. More info TBA
Mayor Greg Stanton, stressed the importance of artists in bringing downtown Phoenix the success it experiences today. “Art is a gift,” Stanton said. “We wouldn’t have the momentum that we have, the other good things we have, without the artists.” He praised artists for helping make downtown what it is today and seeing potential in areas others did not, including himself. “Anytime you see me at a groundbreaking for some new development, be clear: I’m thinking about the artists that help find the beautiful nooks and crannies in our town … you are our eyes and ears. As we look at pioneers Alwun House — Kim Moody (Founder 1971) and Dana Johnson” “You were here first, and everything else we’ve done is on your shoulders.” Alwun House appreciates Mayor Stanton’s inclusion of artist and gallery owners in inter-departmental city planning.
“I love this place! And fell in love with The Alwun House back when I was in the 7th grade. My first piece was sold here. It was a still life done w pastels entered by Mrs. Wilnow, my art teacher. Years later my son Victor Solis while still in elementary school, also had his art exhibited and proudly sold 5 pieces of art. He is now 16 and a sophomore at North. Proud to say we are artists at heart. Thank you Alwun House for the beautiful memories and the opportunities given.”