New Arizona PBS art show

Arizona PBS presents “Art in the 48”, a new art show hosted by Alberto Rios. “Art in the 48” looks at the connection between our community and the art world. Rios and the team interview artists, and take you behind the scenes of theater companies, museums and galleries to make art accessible for everyone. Rios talks about the new show and some of the artists, makers and spaces featured on upcoming episodes.

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