Curated by Nic Wiesinger
No one talks more about water than Phoenicians, and for good reason. Proper water management is the only reason that anyone is able to survive and thrive in this valley in the center of the Sonoran Desert. Whether it’s SRP canal water from the Salt and Verde Rivers, or Central Arizona Canal water from Colorado River allotment, or groundwater pumped from underground aquifers, water and its delivery is the most studied and speculated topic in the Valley of the Sun.
Past methods of management have created what we see today, a vibrant city in a desert, an oasis amid dryness. But how did we get here, and how has our past management altered the landscape? How do we properly manage the water that we have when predictions are that we will have less water in the future? And how can we the citizens of this arid jungle, recognizing the risks of mismanagement, create methods to be more vigilant, educated, aware, and progressive toward the care and distribution of the water
that will nourish us all?
An EyeLounge Group Show and Fundraiser
Many Mini Retrospectives is a group show and fundraiser by the artists of eye lounge. Hung in salon style, viewers will have the opportunity to become owners of artwork as well as supporters of the region’s most accomplished artist collective. 50% of sales goes to offset EyeLounge operating expenses.
Somewhere in Between is a solo exhibition of works by Mikey Estes. Gathering together a disparate array of materials, including found objects, sequins, and faux fur, Mikey creates sculptural collages that cling to the alluring quality of the everyday. Through collecting and reinterpreting objects, Mikey’s work creates a liminal space from which a queer sensibility emerges. These objects are born of the mundane, filled with both infinite possibility and utter failure. They are familiar, yet they fail to belong. Mikey’s work is an attempt to simultaneously embrace and reconcile this sense of placelessness, this queer state of being.
TUESDAY, March 25, 2014 – 6:00 PM
No cost for attendance but seating is limited.
Please RSVP to email@example.com
This class will address the legal basics of creating a business entity, including the benefits of incorporating a business, the pros and cons of various entity structures, the process of forming a legal entity in Arizona, and practical information to help you become a small business owner.
Jennifer Delgado, Esq. focuses on the representation of entrepreneurial individuals and companies in all areas of business and real estate law, but with a particular emphasis on business and real estate transactions, including company formations, mergers and acquisitions, and compliance matters, as well as real property purchases, financing and leasing.
Ms. Delgado currently serves as Board Member of the Roosevelt Row Community Development Corporation (past President) and is a charter member of Local First Arizona, a non-profit organization that supports local, independent businesses.