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Art in the 48

A community needs art to truly feel alive. Join host Alberto Rios to meet Arizona artists and hear their stories firsthand. Trace the impact of living artists on their communities, and see how art is all around us. From across the art spectrum – painters and sculptors, musicians and dancers, museums and theaters and more – see where life meets art.

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Coming on Art in the 48

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Meet one of the first female gallery owners in Arizona

Meet the truck driver that uses a 3D printer to create sculptures

Meet the photographer teacher students how to photograph architecture and landscapes

Meet Prescott’s cowboy artist

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