Every year on June 14th, from 10-4, we celebrate Ted DeGrazia’s birthday with free cake and ice cream (while supplies last)! Stroll through the 10-acre gallery grounds on this special day to see the art and architecture of Arizona’s acclaimed artist as we celebrate his birth in the copper mining camp of Morenci on June 14, 1909. This event is open to the public and offers free admission for the day!
La Fiesta de Guadalupe
This festival honors Mexico’s patron saint with music, dancing and performances including mariachi bands, folklorico dancers, and Yaqui Deer Dancers. Piñatas filled with treats are hoisted hourly for the kids while vendors offer regional food, southwestern fare and souvenirs. The event is free and open to the public.
Opening Reception for New Exhibits
There will be an opening reception for “DeGrazia’s Circus” and “DeGrazia’s Saguaro Harvest” at the Gallery in the Sun Museum, from 5-7 pm on Friday January 31, 2020. The exhibits will remain on display through September 2, 2020. This event is free and open to the public.