Upcoming Exhibitions

Encompassing Arizona

Opening October 21, 2020 | Main Gallery

ENCOMPASSING ARIZONA will encompass a wide variety of artworks and a broad range disciplines and processes from a diverse roster of Arizona artists. Featuring established and emerging artists from across the state, the Main Gallery will be active space – new work will be installed with great frequency. 

Tamara Scott Anderson | Shimmering Desert | hand dyed fabric, thread and beads


The COLLECTIONS CORNER

November 20 – January 17, 2021 | Welcome Gallery

The Collections Corner helps support the Gardens, Galleries, and Programs with 100% of each sale going directly to Tohono Chul. Unique vintage objects from five collections that have been gifted and not accessioned into the Tohono Chul Permanent Collection are now available for purchase. The Collections Corner offers a rare opportunity to acquire Museum Quality artwork, jewelry, and objects.

To view select pieces in the Collection Corner, visit https://tohonochul.org/collections-corner/

Feli-Jojola | Black, White and Red Geometric Design Greenware Jar| Smith Collection


Entry Gallery Project Space

The mission of Tohono Chul is to enrich people’s lives by connecting them with the wonders of nature, art and culture of the Sonoran Desert region and inspiring wise stewardship of the natural world. For the past 30 years the Tohono Chul Exhibits Program has provided regional artists unique opportunities to exhibit their artwork in a broad range of thematic exhibitions.  The 2019 – 2020 Exhibition Season will see four PROJECT SPACE slots:

Andrew Rush | December 27 – February 2

Erinn Kennedy and Todd Ros | February 7 – March 15

David and Janet Windsor | March 20 – October 25 – view the exhibition CLICK HERE


IDEA and EXECUTION

October 30 – January 10, 2021 | Entry Gallery

IDEA and EXECUTION honors six Arizona artists that have contributed mightily to projects at Tohono Chul over the past six years and who have also been selected to be part of this year’s Arizona Biennial 2020 exhibition at the Tucson Museum of Art.

KATE BREAKEY |  Blood Moon, January 31st 2018, Total Lunar Eclipse, Tucson, Arizona | photograph on glass with gold leaf . Orotone


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