may, 2019

11may1:00 pm3:00 pmThe Art of Survival: Billy Sedlmayr & Kim NicoliniArizona History Museum

Event Details

Join us at the Arizona History Museum for a celebration of resilience through arts with musician Billy Sedlmayr and artist Kim Nicolini. Experience the premiere music videos screenings from Billy Sedlmayr’s new album Harlem River Drive and enjoy a live performance as part of the new Stories of Resilience and Faces of Resilience exhibit. Billy Sedlmayr has been deep in the fabric of Tucson music for over three decades, from his early days as an underage musician playing dusty bars long since gone and laying down the blueprint for Tucson music. Both Kim and Billy use the creative arts to liberate themselves and give voice to others. Turning adversity into opportunity, Kim and Billy turn darkness into light, using music, poetry, historical archives, visual art, photography, and video to join their stories with others across time and show that we all have the potential to heal and grow collectively through arts.

Free with paid admission!

Free parking is available in the Main Gate Garage on 2nd Street


(Saturday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Arizona History Museum

949 E. 2nd Street

Arizona Historical Society