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General Admission
General Admission Mon December 14, 2015 To Thu June 30, 2016

 

Our groundbreaking exhibitions, here only for a limited time, will fascinate, entertain, and educate. From the four corners of the world, from ancient to modern, from masters to rising stars, see what we have on display now.

During voluntary donation times every Wednesday 3pm-9pm, every First Friday 6pm-10pm, and every Second Sunday 12pm-5pm, special exhibition pricing for Phoenix Rising: The Valley Collects is $5 Adults / $3 Youth 6-17 / FREE for Museum Members and youth under 6. Tickets are available at the Visitor Services Desk. May 18th is International Museum Day and the Museum will be FREE.

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$15 Adults / $12 Seniors 65+ / $10 Students w/ID / $6 Youth 6-17 / Free for youth under 6 and Museum Members

 
The Ultimate Collection
The Ultimate Collection Fri April 29, 2016 To Sun May 29, 2016

Iconic Baseball Cards from the Diamondbacks Collection

Features 16 of the top 20 ranked sports trading cards in the entire world, along with an additional 25 highly-valued and prized baseball trading cards. The exhibition will include baseball’s rarest and most famous collectible: a T206 Honus Wagner trading card, once owned by hockey legend Wayne Gretzky. This special exhibition is offered at $8 for all ages, plus general admission.

Free for Museum Members and youth under 6 (limit of 2 per adult)

During our free times (Wednesdays from 3pm-9pm / First Fridays 6pm-10pm / Every 2nd Sunday of the month 12pm-5pm), tickets are a reduced rate of $8 for all 18 and older, $6 for youth 6-17.

 

$23 Adults / $20 seniors (+65) / $18 Students w/ID / $14 for youth 6-17 (includes General Admission).

 
NTLive: Jane Eyre
NTLive: Jane Eyre Sun May 01, 2016

 

Almost 170 years on, Charlotte Brontë’s story of the trailblazing Jane is as inspiring as ever. This bold and dynamic production uncovers one woman’s fight for freedom and fulfillment on her own terms.

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE is a simulcast from the London National Theatre and is not a live performance at the Museum.

 

Tickets are $18 non-members / $15 Members & Students w/ID. Includes General Admission

 
Art Lover Book Club
Art Lover Book Club Wed May 04, 2016 To Fri May 06, 2016

THE WOMAN IN THE PHOTOGRAPH BY DANA GYNTHER

 

Set in the romantic glow of 1920s Paris, a captivating novel of New York socialite and model Lee Miller, whose glamorous looks and joie de vivre caught the eye of Man Ray, one of the twentieth century's defining photographers.

Space is extremely limited. Participants must read the book in advance.

 

Event is FREE. Does not include General Admission.

 
ACI 2nd Wednesday May Luncheon
ACI 2nd Wednesday May Luncheon Wed May 11, 2016

BLACK CAT VINTAGE 11AM

 

Claudine Villardito, owner of Black Cat Vintage, shares her insights on the importance of preserving vintage fashion. The lecture will be followed by a tour of her archive and studio that houses her collection of over 3,000 pieces.  Light brunch will be served. This lecture/luncheon is not located at Phoenix Art Museum, but will be at 111 West Monroe, Downtown Phoenix.

Limited to 50 guests.

 

Tickets are $50 and include program and light brunch.

 
New Volunteer Orientation
New Volunteer Orientation Wed May 11, 2016 To Wed June 15, 2016

 

Volunteers are the heart and soul of Phoenix Art Museum. This group of dedicated and passionate volunteers provides vital support to the Museum while working with staff and visitors in an energizing and inspiring environment. Volunteering is also a great way to get a behind-the-scenes look at the premiere arts institution in the Southwest. As a new volunteer to Phoenix Art Museum, the New Volunteer Orientation will aid you in your duties in assisting visitors and staff. Follow the prompts to reserve your spot on one of the session days that is convenient for you.

 

FREE reservation.

 
Artist Lecture: Saskia Jordá
Artist Lecture: Saskia Jordá Wed May 11, 2016

CONTEMPORARY FORUM LECTURE SERIES

 

Celebrate the work of Saskia Jordá, the 2015 Arlene and Morton Scult Contemporary Forum Artist Award winner and hear a presentation by the artist. Saskia's work encompasses site-specific installation, soft sculpture, and drawing. Using iconic images that repeat as multiples, Saskia explores the idea of skin as a multi-layered artifact.

 

Lecture is FREE. Reserve your ticket today.

 
Artist Lecture: Teresita Fernández
Artist Lecture: Teresita Fernández Wed May 18, 2016

CONTEMPORARY FORUM LECTURE SERIES

 

Phoenix Art Museum is proud to present the internationally-acclaimed artist Teresita Fernández, in town for one night only. In this exclusive visiting artist lecture, Valley residents have an opportunity to hear first hand from Fernández on her work, vision, and life, as part of the Museum's visiting artist lecture series.

 

Lecture is FREE. Reserve your ticket today.

 
Film: Recommended by Enrique
Film: Recommended by Enrique Sun May 22, 2016

INDIE EMERGENT SERIES

 

A lonely Cowboy, a delusional Actress, and a gang of “Phantom Guards” in Del Rio, Texas. Based on true events.

 

$10 Movie Only (Does not include General Admission) / $5 Members and Students w/ ID 

 
NTLive: As You Like It
NTLive: As You Like It Sun June 05, 2016

 

Shakespeare’s glorious comedy of love and change comes to the National Theatre for the first time in over 30 years, with Rosalie Craig (London Road, Macbeth at MIF) as Rosalind.

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE is a simulcast from the London National Theatre and is not a live performance at the Museum.

 

Tickets are $18 non-members / $15 Members & Students w/ID. Includes General Admission.

 
Film: F for Fake
Film: F for Fake Wed June 15, 2016

CONTEMPORARY FORUM 2016 SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL

 

The CF 2016 Summer Film Festival starts off with Orson Welles' free-form documentary about fakery and the notorious art forger Elmyr de Hory and Elmyr's biographer, Clifford Irving. Along the way, Welles plays a few tricks of his own on the audience.

 

Film is FREE. Reserve your ticket today.

 
Bolshoi Ballet: Don Quixote
Bolshoi Ballet: Don Quixote Sun June 19, 2016

 

Cervantes' eccentric hero Don Quixote leaves on a journey full of adventures with his loyal squire Sancho Panza in search of his perfect woman. On the way he meets Kitri, the dazzling daughter of an innkeeper who he thinks might be his ideal love.

 

  Tickets are $18 non-members / $15 Members & Students w/ID. Includes General Admission.

 
Film: Big Mountain, Diné Bikéyah
Film: Big Mountain, Diné Bikéyah Sun July 10, 2016

INDIE EMERGENT SERIES

 

A film about the ancestral homelands of the Navajo and Hopi people in remote Northern Arizona. This is a place of immense natural beauty but its ancient landscape and cultures have recently seen profound change. Big Mountain sits atop the largest coal deposit in the United States, which supplies electricity and water across the Southwest.

 

$10 Movie Only (Does not include General Admission) / $5 Members and Students w/ ID

 
Film: How to Steal a Million
Film: How to Steal a Million Wed July 20, 2016

CONTEMPORARY FORUM 2016 SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL

 

How to Steal a Million is a romantic heist comedy featuring Audrey Hepburn (Nicole) and Peter O'Toole (Simon) about a woman who must steal a statue from a museum to help conceal her father's art forgeries.

 

Film is FREE. Reserve your ticket today.

 
Film: Art and Craft
Film: Art and Craft Wed August 17, 2016

CONTEMPORARY FORUM 2016 SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL

 

Art and Craft explores the life of prolific American art forger, Mark Landis. Landis' body of work spans 30 years, and covers multiple styles and periods such as fifteenth-century icons, Pablo Picasso, and even Walt Disney.

 

Film is FREE. Reserve your ticket today.

 
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