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Interactive art installations are popping up everywhere, from candy-coated exhibits to taco-themed wonderlands. At Tempe Marketplace, guests can enjoy a holiday-themed installation called Candy Cane Lane, which features more than 100 pieces including 7-foot tall gingerbread men, 6-foot-tall lollipops, a huge hot cocoa mug with marshmallow seats, enormous Hershey’s Kisses and a giant gumball machine that blows around plastic balls. “I think people are looking for more experiences when they’re coming to centers and having...

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Scottsdale’s newest art venue, Wonderspaces, offers patrons a hands-on way to look at and experience art. Tucked away in the back of Scottsdale Fashion Square’s food court, the 16,000 square-foot venue (in the old Harkin’s Theater location), has 18-foot ceilings to accommodate large installations and also houses a gift shop and snack bar. Wonderspaces recently debuted its second immersive art show, “Elsewhere,” with 13 interactive and participatory art installations. “This is a completely new, interactive...

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