11 Jun 2013


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Ongoing, Every Thursday Evening at 7pm

“America’s Original ArtWalk”

Events like the Scottsdale Artwalk are plentiful near our Sunny Scottsdale Condo Vacation Rental. There’s always a concert or streetfair when you stay at our vacation rental condo.

The 30-year tradition of Scottsdale ArtWalk takes place every Thursday evening from 7pm-9pm in along Main Street and Marshall Way in Downtown Scottsdale. The galleries open their doors to the public and show off the work of the Southwest’s outstanding artists. The process is simple – proceed at your own pace, wander into galleries, stroll around a delightful areas punctuated by dramatic statues, dine in famed restaurants and enjoy live music all along the way. Horse-drawn carriage rides and trolley rides are often available.


Galleries to visit include:

 General Area of Artwalk


Public parking is free of charge along with plenty of street parking Complimentary trolley service is available during ArtWalk. Valet parking is available in select areas for a nominal fee. Artwalk galleries are designated in orange in the image below
11 Feb 2011

An A’Fair to Remember

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With rolling green hills, bright flowers, bubbling fountains, and nearby attractions, Sunday A’Fair at Scottsdale Civic Center is the perfect way to enjoy a free concert on a relaxing Sunday afternoon.  Bring a blanket and sit on the lawn or enjoy some delicious treats or browse the fine arts and crafts or make your own at the fun hands-on art activities for children and families.

Dates (Sundays):

February 13, 20, 27, 2011

March 6, 27, 2011

April 3, 2011


Noon – 4pm


Scottsdale Civic Center Mall



12 Oct 2010

Scottsdale’s Soleri Bridge project is Underway

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Scottsdale has done very well by continuing to invest in public art. This commitment continues to make Scottsdale a beautiful and interesting place for visitors and residents. The public arts project is clearly one of many factors making Scottsdale a top vacation destination. In 1985, the Arizona city of Scottsdale adopted a one percent for art ordinance and established the Scottsdale Public Art Program with the goal to enhance the quality of life afforded area residents and visitors. Scottsdale’s program and projects have won local, regional and national awards. Public art has taken many forms ranging from the walls of the Pima Freeway to James Turrell’s Skyspace at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. I am excited about the latest addition, and I know visitors to our Sunny Scottsdale Condo Vacation Rental will enjoy the new Soleri addition.

Read more about the Soleri Bridge Project at azcentral.com

For Even More info:

Read More about Paolo Soleri on Wikipedia