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Loews Ventana Canyon - Tucson
7000 North Resort Drive
Tucson, Arizona, 85750
Phone: (520) 299-2020
Reservations: (800) 234-5117
Fax: (520) 299-6832
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Culture & Tucson Theatre

Arts and Entertainment

Tucson Museum of Art
The Tucson museum was established in 1924 and now encompasses an entire city block of Downtown Tucson and contains five historic properties. This museum in Tucson focuses on original and traveling exhibitions featuring Art of the American West, Art of Latin America, as well as Modern and Contemporary art. More info

Fox Tucson Theater
Resurrection of the 1929 theater has brought classic films, theater events and concerts back to the historic Downtown Tucson. The classic neon marquee lights up Congress Street and warmly invites visitors to the historic theater. More info

UA Presents
Performing arts acts from Broadway Musicals to comedians, each season UA Presents brings a diverse lineup to the University of Arizona campus. More info

Rialto Theatre
The non-profit historic Tucson theater boasts dozens of musical performances each month, from hip pop to rock, reggae, dance music—and anything in between. More info

Tucson Symphony Orchestra
The oldest continuing professional performing arts organization in Arizona, the TSO offers a variety of performances including classical, chamber and pops performances. More info

Tucson Jazz Society
Preserving the jazz and blues culture of Tucson, the non-profit puts on year-round concerts large and small featuring local and national musicians from latin jazz to smooth jazz. More info

DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun
National Historic District of legendary art and architecture by acclaimed artist Ted DeGrazia.  Permanent and rotating exhibitions, gift shop, Mission in the Sun, on 10-acre foothills site. More info

University of Arizona Center for Creative Photography
Located in the Fine Arts complex in the northwest corner of the University of Arizona campus, The Center for Creative Photography holds more archives and individual works by 20th-century North American photographers than any other museum in the nation. These holdings include a research collection featuring the archives of over 50 photographers - Ansel Adams, Lola Alvarez Bravo, Richard Avedon, Louise Dahl-Wolfe, W. Eugene Smith, and Edward Weston among them. More info

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