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As the pandemic gripped the nation in 2020, people of all different backgrounds searched for ways to safely venture out of the house and take a break from the pressures of daily life. In Take a Hike, the Chandler Galleries invited artists to share their appreciation and experiences of hiking the myriad trails across Arizona and further afield.Find out more
Grown-ups, it's time to stretch those creative muscles! This August, learn a variety of fun watercolor techniques as you paint sights and sounds from nature. Scientist and artist Courtney Currier will lead this class for students ages 18+.Find out more
In 2000, after living her whole life in the bustling city of Mumbai, India, Shachi Kale relocated to the suburban sprawl of Chandler, Arizona. While the adventure of moving 8,800 miles away was thrilling, the transition hit her like a tidal wave. Through the lens of Western fairytale characters, this fantastical exhibition explores her journey from surviving to thriving in Chandler, Arizona.
Image: Shachi Kale, Suspended Between Two Worlds, Alice Hadn’t Anticipated A Prickly Landing. It Was All Getting Curiouser And Curiouser (Detail)Find out more
At the City of Chandler, we are fortunate to have myriad multi-talented individuals working all around us. While many of our coworkers’ skills are visible in the office, some talents are not as obvious. Off the Clock celebrates the artistic talents of our fellow City employees!Find out more
Miguel Angel Godoy draws on his lifelong love of Hip Hop culture to create artworks that remix the familiar alphabet to find a deeper meaning in our words. In Abstracting Identity, Godoy creates his own visual language to communicate the complexities of being human and finding a space where we belong.
Image: Miguel Angel Godoy, En ContraFind out more
Floating between familiar animals and unknown species, the creatures depicted in Christy Puetz and Rebecca Blume Rothman’s work capture the viewer’s imagination. In this colorful, provocative exhibition, these artists skillfully twist nature into unusual situations, drawing out the peculiarities and similarities between humans and animals.Find out more
Quilts and storytelling have always complemented one another. Quilts are blanketed in the oral tradition from construction and deconstruction to concept, purpose culture and history. This year, our fan-favorite quilt show is all about telling stories.Find out more