Writers and scholars Jay Craváth and Dan Shilling use live music, storytelling, video and other visual aids to highlight stories of Arizona’s first century, including famous and lesser-known chapters of the Arizona narrative.
This program is free and open to the public.
Thursday, Oct. 23, at noon – Calvin C. Goode Building, 10 East, 251 W. Washington St.
This program is part of the City of Phoenix’s Arts and Humanities Month – click for more info on the many events and programs.
In collaboration with the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture