EXPLORE. ENGAGE. INSPIRE.

EXPLORE. ENGAGE. INSPIRE.

EXPLORE. ENGAGE. INSPIRE.

EXPLORE. ENGAGE. INSPIRE.

EXPLORE. ENGAGE. INSPIRE.

FEATURED EXHIBIT

Experience the “I Have A Name” Exhibition at the Arizona Heritage Center in Tempe

Explore a dramatic collection of black and white photographs of the people on the street by photographer Jon Linton. Linton puts names to the faces of the people who live in and around our communities, who have no home to call their own. His project, “Let’s Be Better Humans” is a reminder that we exist for one another, that we can make difference and help bring a return to human dignity. In short, we are a revolution in love and humanity.

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Author Series Kicks Off at Arizona History Museum in Tucson September 10

Ron Parker’s book, “Chasing Centuries: The Search for Ancient Agave Cultivars Across the Desert Southwest,” is a one-of-a-kind travel history book that takes the reader along on an exciting and little known adventure at the crossroads of archaeology and botany. Travel with the author as he explores the depth and duration of human/agave coevolution across the desert southwest.
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Latest News

Arizona Historical Society Announces New Exhibition Opening in Flagstaff August 23

A major new exhibition, “Resilience: Women in Flagstaff’s Past and Present,” opens at Flagstaff City Hall on August 23. Resilience is a collaborative project by the Arizona Historical Society and the Martin-Springer Institute at Northern Arizona University. The exhibit shares the powerful stories of twenty women who faced extraordinary challenges, and overcame hardships, painful legacies, and adverse environments.

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