64th Annual Tubac Festival of Arts
Festivals have been a tradition in Tubac since 1959. Southern Arizona’s longest-running art festival, the Tubac Festival of the Arts has a 64-year tradition that draws tens of thousands of visitors each season. The juried event showcases the work of visiting artists from around the country and as far away as Canada. Each year, approximately 200 visiting artists exhibit their works along the village streets, mixed in with more than 100 shops, fine art galleries, and working artist studios.
Gary Lee Price Sculpture Demonstration
Sculptor Gary Lee Price will sculpt outdoors Friday, February 10th - Saturday, February 11th from 1 PM - 4 PM each day.
Beth Ray will paint outdoors Wednesday, February 8th from 1 PM - 4 PM.
Jennifer O'Cualain will paint Thursday, February 9th from 1 PM - 4 PM.
Nancy Rynes will paint Friday, February 10th from 1 PM - 4 PM.
Inna Rohr will paint Saturday, February 11th from 1 PM - 4 PM.
64th Annual Festival of the Arts Poster Signing
Nicholas Wilson will be in the gallery and signing his 64th Annual Tubac Festival of the Arts Poster on Thursday, February 9th, and Saturday, February 11th from 1 PM - 4 PM. See his original painting on display that was chosen for this year's poster and many more original artworks.
Pattie Parkhurst will demonstrate on Friday, February 10th, and Saturday, February 11th from 1 PM - 4 PM.
Meet the Artist
Meet Patricia Barton and see her newest Jewelry Collection February 9th through Saturday, February 11th from 1 PM - 4 PM each day.
Meet Victoria Thornton and see her latest paintings on Thursday, February 9th from 1PM - 4PM.
Mark White Wind Sculpture Special Offer
For the 5 days of the festival only - 15% off the purchase of any Mark White Wind Sculpture.
Treestump Woodcraft Pop-Up Shop
Treestump Woodcraft will have a Pop-Up shop on our patio for the duration of the Festival. Treestump Woodcrafts have been handcrafting wooden kitchen utensils, breadboards, and furniture for over 35 years. Working with sustainable domestic Mesquite, they use the natural flaws in the wood to inlay turquoise, malachite, river rock, and other stones. Utilizing the inherent natural cracks and knots they are able to use really interesting pieces of wood that otherwise would never see their full potential. Everything they create is fully functional and is meant to be used.
Joryel Vera Jewelry Special Offer
For the 5 days of the festival only - 25% off the purchase of any jewelry by Joryel Vera.