Current | Partner Exhibition Space
RAT TAILS AND GEODES | Artist: Frank Gonzales, Acrylic on Panel, 2020
Xico Artists—Monsoon storms change the Arizona landscape from the arid desert to the sweet smell of rain
The exterior walkway connecting the main Campus building to the South Meeting Spaces shares many similarities with the canyons and riverbeds throughout Arizona. The newest revolving exhibition curates pieces that allude to the annual monsoon storms that change the Arizona landscape from the arid desert to the sweet smell of rain.
PARTNER MEETING SPACES WILL SHOWCASE THEMES TO ALIGN WITH ROOM TITLES
Lost Dutchman Room—Xico’s Copper Ink Collection depicts the state’s mining culture.
Cigar City Room—A room bearing Tampa’s nickname features a collection of pieces centered around the city’s historic cigar culture.
Seminole Nation Room—The word “Seminole” derives from cimarron meaning “run free” or “runaway,” and exhibited artwork here provides a central space for the voices of Indigenous artists to honor this free spirit.
Copper Corridor Room—Honoring Arizona’s largest export, an edition of intaglio copperplate etchings, dry point, engraving, aquatint, and copper plates showcase both artistic exposure and literacy.
Nov 28, 2022 - Sept 30, 2023
PARTNER EXHIBITION SPACE
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