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This year’s theme: Artful Contrasts. Light and dark, young and old, smooth and textured, abundant and minimalist. Opposites attract and complement each other in this year's photo contest. Send us your finest photos illustrating the beauty of contrast for a chance to win a resort weekend for two

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If you’re curious about what’s going on in the local arts community, we curate a monthly list of what’s new and noteworthy, from new exhibits to upcoming shows. Scottsdale Exhibition Highlights History of Spanish Dance in Arizona The art of Spanish dance is a staple of annual programming at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. This year, an exhibition that traces the history of the art form in Arizona will be on display through January...

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An oversize cactus face mask – a discarded prop from a punk-rock skateboarding video – was the inspiration for Gravity & Spectacle (Tolsun Books, $20), poet Shawnte Orion and photographer Jia Oak Baker’s “love letter to a fireplace.” The fireplace, in this case, is Phoenix, which the collaborators bring to crackling life with Orion’s sardonic yet loving lyricism and Oak Baker’s stunning desert and urban portraiture. So much of this Southwestern snapshot will resonate with...

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