Enjoy live music exploring the sounds of the Mediterranean, Balkans, and North Africa by Khalid El Boujami and Anton Shekerdziev. The evening will also include art-making, a “Travel Selfie Broadcast,” a creative gallery exploration entitled “Do you have a ticket?,” facilitated by Laila Halaby, and a cash bar!
This event is the first opportunity to see the new permanent collection exhibitions, I’m Every Woman: Representations of Women on Paper and Ralph Gibson: Photographs.
About “Do you have a ticket?”:
In conjunction with Travelogue join author Laila Halaby in visiting new places during this summer’s Free First Thursdays in June, August, and September! “Do you have a ticket?” is Halaby’s three-part creative exploration of this exciting exhibition. Find what it means to identify your own “specific landmarks… with a new sense of discovery” through selfies, posted travel photos, travel diaries, and in situ sketches. During the third segment of this program, you are invited to join us for a deeper look at chosen vs. forced travel. Here you can explore the exhibit from the perspective of a tourist, an immigrant, or a refugee (giving Do you have a ticket? a whole new meaning).
Image credit:Cesare Mainella, Venice Bridge of Lizes (detail), gouache, 15.125 x 10.313 in. Collection of the Tucson Museum of Art. Bequest of Alma A. Konigslow. 1992.334
On the first Thursday of every month, the Tucson Museum of Art is free and open to the public from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. Join us for exciting evenings featuring live music, performances, art-making, unique gallery experiences, and cash bar serving local beer and wine.
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