We did all that in 2016???
In 2016, the least amount of events we posted was 13 in one month, and most were many months of 35-37 events per month, and included multiples of:
art workshops, plays, symphonies, outdoor concerts, art history lectures, music lectures, plein air sessions, artist member meetings, overnight trips, music festivals, guitar recitals, violin recitals, flute recitals, voice recitals, drawing classes, pre-event dinners, fashion lectures, wine & painting workshops, piano concerts, after-event dining, anthropology lectures, photography receptions, art walks, anthropology events, art museum lectures, art museum docent tours, artist lectures, farmer’s market, birds & beer, historical home docent tours, day art trip, art film festival, music & dance workshop, Great Arizona Artist Lunch, dinner and music under the stars, weekend getaway to N. AZ, architecture lectures, flashlight garden tour, gallery sketching, zoo lights, museum films, horse farm tours, native american lectures, holiday lights, rock art, cowboy bar, fine art shows, latin jazz, native american indian markets, celtic legends, book signings, art museum opening exhibits, MicroDwell, native american flute circle, world championship hoop dance, parades, art festivals, big band concerts, blues concerts, gourd dance, indian jewelry private showing and talk, waterfront celebrations, art fiestas, gallery receptions, 1st Friday downtown, opera, Bolshoi Ballet, artist spotlights, Katsina market, steel band concert, wind symphony, classic cars, art education lectures, color class, cultural festivals, Wright House Docent tours, outdoor ballet, culinary festival, string concert, sculpture reception, native american rug auction, city hearing, mariachi concert, cuban music, organ concert, handbell concert, luminaries, botanical garden docent tour, blacksmith demo, caroling, Art Adventures with Kaz, Havsupai Canyon camping, and plein air….
And in 2017?
Exclusive events such as Home Art Movies and Salon Learning Series, some amazing art tours and trips, fun art classes, special community projects, marketing events for artists, special art tours & trips, and much more! So we are EXCITED to announce that Art Explorers AZ now has this new website in addition to the MeetUp web platform.
Why do we need a new website? The MeetUp platform is limited in what we can do. ArtexplorersAZ.com will give us the space and flexibility to carry out our visions for spreading Art Goodness to the community while providing safe and enjoyable art/cultural events for our wonderful members. All events will be posted on this new website (AEAZ) first, and if a shareable event fills there first, it will not be posted on the Meetup page. Only about 10% of the AEAZ events will be shared with Meetup. Please read the FAQ section for more information.