Zocalo Magazine - March 2016
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DESCRIPTIONZocalo is a Tucson based independent magazine focusing on urban arts, culture, entertainment, living, food and events.
<ul><li><p>Tucson arTs and culTure / ZocaloMaGaZIne.coM / MarcH 2016 / no. 72</p><p>Zcalo</p></li><li><p>March 2016 | ZOCALOMAGAZINE.com 5</p><p>On the Cover: Connection by Gavin Troy (acrylic, oil pastel on canvas, 60 x 40) Read about Gavin on page 27.</p><p>PUBLISHER & CREATIVE DIRECTOR David Olsen CONTRIBUTORS Craig Baker, Andrew Brown, Francisco Cantu, Jefferson Carter, Sara Cline, Jim Lipson, Danny Martin, Troy Martin, Niccole Radhe, Amanda Reed, Herb Stratford, Jeff Weber. </p><p>LISTINGS Amanda Reed, firstname.lastname@example.org</p><p>PRODUCTION ARTISTS Troy Martin, David OlsenAD SALES: Kenny Stewart, email@example.com</p><p>CONTACT US:firstname.lastname@example.orgP.O. Box 1171, Tucson, AZ 85702-1171520.955.ZMAG</p><p>SUBSCRIBE to Zocalo at www.zocalomagazine.com/subscriptions.</p><p>Zocalo is available free of charge at newsstands in Tucson, limited to one copy per reader. Zocalo may only be distributed by the magazines authorized independent contractors. No person may, without prior written permission of the publisher, take more than one copy of each issue. The entire contents of Zocalo Magazine are copyright 2009-2016 by Media Zocalo, LLC. Reproduction of any material in this or any other issue is prohibited without written permission from the publisher. Zocalo is published 11 times per year.</p><p>07. Events12. Arts30. Borderland Ghost Towns34. Community39. Poetry41. Film44. Tunes46. Tucson Street Portraits47. Look Back49. Escape</p><p>March 2016</p><p>inside</p><p>Zcalo is an independent, locally owned and printedmagazine that reflects the heart and soul of Tucson.</p></li><li><p>6 ZOCALOMAGAZINE.com | March 2016</p><p>SIGHTLINES</p><p>135 South 6th Avenue | P: 520.624.7370 | T-S 11am - 5pm & By Appointment | EthertonGallery.com</p><p>MARCH 8 - JUNE 4, 2016 RECEPTION: 7-10 PM, MARCH 12, 2016</p><p>Jody Forster Daniel Leivick Dick Arentz</p></li><li><p>March 2016 | ZOCALOMAGAZINE.com 7</p><p>Zevents</p><p>MAR 3-6</p><p>marchph</p><p>oto:</p><p> cou</p><p>rtes</p><p>y of</p><p> Bar</p><p>rio </p><p>Sto</p><p>ries</p><p> Pro</p><p>ject</p><p>BARRio StoRieS</p><p>Staged outdoors on the grounds of the Tucson Convention Center, this theatrical spectacle brings to life oral histories of Tucsons original Mexican American neighborhood demolished with the building of the convention center in the 1960s. Precious memories come to life as audience members take a theatrical tour of what used to be the bustling epicenter of commerce and public celebrations for Tucsons Mexican-American community (some seating is available.) Four vignettes and performance installations encountered throughout the plaza culminate in an interactive post show pachanga featuring folklorico and mariachi youth ensembles with inter-active art and audio booth for all ages. Barrio Stories takes place March 3-6, 2016, as part of Borderlands 30th anniversary season. Complete information at BarrioStories.org</p><p>thursday & Friday - March 3 & 4 @10amSaturday & Sunday - March 5 & 6 @ 11am</p><p>by award winning playwrights elaine Romero, Virginia Grise, and Martin Zimmerman. Directed by Marc David Pinate.</p></li><li><p>March 2016 | ZOCALOMAGAZINE.com 9</p><p>marchZevents</p><p>The Tucson Museum of Arts Spring Artisans Market features more than 100 juried artisans of finely crafted pottery, glass, jewelry, textiles, fine art, and gift items. The Market will be held Friday through Sunday, March 18 20, 2016, from 10:00 AM 5:00 PM in the courtyards, lobby, and plaza of the Tucson Museum of Art at 140 N. Main Avenue, in historic downtown Tucson. Spring Artisans Market and the Museum are free and open to the public during all three days. The Market will include food vendors and live music by the Tucson Kitchen Musicians on Saturday and Sunday, March 19 and 20. There will also be an opportunity to view El Nacimiento, the beloved nativity scene, before it closes for its annual rest on March 20, until it reopens next fall. Housed in La Casa Cordova, the oldest extant adobe in downtown Tucson, El Nacimiento is a wonderland of miniature Mexican village scenes interwoven with scenes from the story of the nativity. El Nacimiento is a Southwest treasure, said Chief Curator and Curator of Contemporary and Modern Art and acting Curator of Latin American Art Dr. Julie Sasse. We are honored to have one of the best known examples of this type of Mexican folk art in the U.S. that illustrates stories from the Bible through village scenes of daily life that incorporate the whole community.</p><p>More information at TucsonMuseumofArt.org or at 520-624-2333.</p><p>MAR 18-2026th AnnuAl SPRinG ARtiSAnS MARket </p><p>At the tucSon MuSeuM oF ARt</p></li><li><p>10 ZOCALOMAGAZINE.com | March 2016</p><p>FRi 04 - SAt 05SoutheRn ARiZonA ReSeARch, Science AnD enGineeR-inG FAiR Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Fair invite everyone to learn about and view over 2,000 research projects from kindergartners to high school </p><p>students. Free admission. 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. For more information visit azscitech.com. </p><p>Tucson Convention Center, 260 S. Church Ave.</p><p>FRi 04 - Sun 06WilD WeSt SteAMPunk conVention & FeStiVAl 5 Visit a world of science fiction, fantasy, technology, 19th century industrial steam powered ma-</p><p>chinery and now the wild west. Old Tucson Studio hosts Americas first and only Western-</p><p>Style Steampunk convention and festival filled with concerts, rides, workshops and more.. </p><p>For more details on events and tickets visit WildWestCon.com. Old Tucson, 201 S. Kinney Rd.</p><p>SAt 05hookinG uP With SeconD city At the Fox Laugh out loud at the comical sketches made famous from stars such as Tina Fey and Steve Carrell. A show </p><p>that has been making people laugh for 55 years. For more information and tickets visit </p><p>FoxTucson.com. Fox Tucson Theatre, 17 W. Congress St.</p><p>tucSon MuSeuM oF ARt: cRuSh Wine, FooD, ARt GAlA & FunDRAiSeR Splurge for a night at the CRUSH Gala benefiting the Tucson Muse-um of Art. The event is cocktail attire and includes auctions, a three-course gourmet meal </p><p>and music performed by the George Howard Band. Reservations are $225 per person or </p><p>$1,800 for a table of eight. Begins at 5 P.M. For more information visit the TucsonMuseu-</p><p>mOfArt.orgTucson Museum of Art and Historic Block, 140 N. Main Ave.</p><p>Sun 06ARtS & cRAFtS FAiR At cAt MountAin StAtion Listen to live bluegrass and nibble on snacks while shopping for arts and crafts from local artists. </p><p>Free admission. 9A.M. to 2 P.M. For more information visit CatMountainStation.com. Cat </p><p>Mountain Station, 2740 S. Kinney Rd.</p><p>Sun 06 FRi 11AZ JAZZ Week The UA school of music hosts its 38th annual AZ Jazz Week with performances and events such as the UA concert jazz band, Latin jazz and salsa night. </p><p>Admission per concert is $5-$10. For more information and tickets visit Music.Arizona.</p><p>edu/News-Events. Crowder Hall,1017 E. Olive Rd.</p><p>tue 08- SAt 12SPRinG PlAnt SAle 2016 Spring is in the air and the perfect time to freshen up your lawn with indigenous plants from southern Arizona. The Desert Survivors </p><p>Nursery is having a sale on all their plants that attract native birds and insects. 8 A.M. till </p><p>5 P.M. Desert Survivors Nursery, 1020 W Starr Pass Blvd.</p><p>SAt 122nD SAtuRDAyS Join in on the fun of 2nd Saturdays Downtown. Music, vendors, food, and performances. Admission is free. 5 P.M. to 10:30 P.M. For more information </p><p>visit 2ndSaturdaysDowntown.com. Congress Street, from Toole Ave. to Church Ave.</p><p>SAt 12 Sun 13thunDeR & liGhtninG oVeR ARiZonA AiR ShoW & oPen houSe Experience aerial demonstrations performed by the United States Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron. Free. 9a.m to 5p.m. Ariel demonstrations begin at 11 a.m. </p><p>For more information visit www.dm.af.mil/library/d-mthunderandlightning.asp. Davis-</p><p>Monthan Air Force Base, 3180 S. Craycroft Rd, Tucson, AZ 85707</p><p>Z events</p><p>140 North Main Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701 (520) 624-2333 TucsonMuseumofArt.org</p><p>26th Annual SPRING ARTISANS MARKET</p><p>at the Tucson Museum of Art</p><p>The Largest Juried Fine Arts and Crafts Market in Southern Arizona</p><p>FRIDAYSUNDAY, MARCH 1820, 2016 10:00 AM5:00 PM </p><p>Free and open to the public in the Museums courtyards, plaza, and lobby</p><p>Tucsons juried market for finely crafted pottery, glass, jewelry, textiles, fine art, and gift items featuring more than 100 of the best artisans across the Southwest. There will also be a host of delicious food trucks and vendors, and live music by the Tucson Kitchen Musicians on Saturday and Sunday. </p></li><li><p>March 2016 | ZOCALOMAGAZINE.com 11</p><p>WA:k PoW WoW Join the Tohono Oodham Nation and other America Indian tribes for Tucsons largest gathering of Native American arts, crafts, dancing and food. </p><p>Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for children. Parking is $3. For event times and more </p><p>information visit the Facebook page www.facebook.com/wakpowwow. Mission San Xavier </p><p>del Bac, 1950 W. San Xavier Rd.</p><p>8th AnnuAl tucSon FeStiVAl oF BookS The perfect event for book-lovers with over 350 authors participating in presentations, a literary circus poetry </p><p>venue, food and of course lots of books. Free. The event is from 9:30 A.M. till 5:30 P.M. </p><p>University of Arizona Mall,1209 E. University Blvd.</p><p>Sun 13JeFF DunhAM: PeRFectly unBAlAnceD Laugh all night while watching the comic/ventriloquist live. Tickets are $46.50. The show begins at 3 P.M.For </p><p>tickets and more information visit TucsonArena.com/events. Tucson Convention Center </p><p>Arena, 260 S. Church Ave.</p><p>29th AnnuAl St. PAtRickS DAy PARADe & FeStiVAl Enjoy Live irish music dancers, food and games while liearning about the history and Culture of </p><p>Ireland. The festival begins at 10 A.M. and the parade begins at 11 A.M. Or compete in </p><p>the festivals 7th Annual Green Isle Mile. For more information visit TucsonStPatricksDay.</p><p>com. Downtown, Armory Park.</p><p>Sun 13 Sun 20tucSon WinteR chAMBeR MuSic FeStiVAl Arizona Friends of Chamber Music present its 23rd annual Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival. Featur-</p><p>ing the Pacifica Quartet, Cynthia Phelps, Martin Beaver, Bernadette Harvey and many </p><p>more. Tickets begin at $10. For tickets, times and more information visit ArizonaCham-</p><p>berMusic.org. Leo Rich Theatre, 260 S. Church Ave.</p><p>Mon 14 Sun 20tucSon conquiStADoReS clASSic Watch the PGA Tour players com-pete against one another at the Omni Tucson National Resort. General Admission is $29. </p><p>For tickets and more information visit ConquistadoresClassic.com. Omni Tucson Nation </p><p>al Resort, 2727 W. Club Dr.</p><p>thu 17 Sun 20the hiGh chAPARRAl Reunion Experience the reunion of the cast and crew from NBCs 1960s Western series, The High Chaparral, at its filming location. Fans </p><p>can visit the Chaparral ranch house and meet the stars of the show. For the entrance fee </p><p>pricing and more information visit TheHighChaparralReunion.com. Old Tucson, 201 S. </p><p>Kinney Rd.</p><p>FRi 18 Sun 20SPRinG ARtiSAnS MARket Admire the unique work of more than 100 artists and crafters selling their pieces. Enjoy live music and food. Free admission. 10 </p><p>A.M. to 5 P.M. For more information visit www.tucsonmuseumofart.org/events/artisans-</p><p>market1. Tucson Museum of Art, 140 N. Main Ave.</p><p>30th AnnuAl tucSon Bicycle clASSic The three-day USA cycling race features time trials, road races and a circuit race. For admission pricing and more </p><p>information visit TucsonBicycleClassic.com. The Riverpark Inn, 350 S. Freeway.</p><p>FRi 25 Sun 27eASteR eGG hunt At ReiD PARk Zoo Join in the fun of an Easter egg hunt that includes lice animal encounter, crafts and even an appearance from the Easter </p><p>Bunny. After finding Easter eggs spend the day at the Zoo. $9 per adult and $8 per child, </p><p>tickets should be bought in advance online. 8 A.M. to 9 A.M. For tickets and more infor-</p><p>mation visit reidparkzoo.org/events/public/easter-egghunt-2016. Reid Park Zoo,1100 S. </p><p>Randolph Way.</p><p>Zevents</p><p>st. ndrewsepiscopal church</p><p>545 s 5th ave, tucson, az 85701 520.622.8318 www.standrewstucson.azdiocese.org</p><p>You Are Always Welcome Here</p><p>Join us for Holy WeekPalm Sunday- March 20 Traditional procession at 8 & 10am</p><p>Maundy Thursday- March 24Seder meal at 5:30pm; foot washing and mass at 7pm</p><p>Good Friday- March 25Stations of the Cross at 12pm; Tenebrae at 7pm</p><p>Holy Saturday- March 26Brahms Requiem at 7pm</p><p>Easter Sunday- March 27 Easter Vigil at 5:30am; Easter Eucharist at 10am</p><p>Pilates PlusThe Belly Studio</p><p>Private Sessions & Group Classes520.339.03442520 E 6th St.www.BellyStudio.net</p></li><li><p>12 ZOCALOMAGAZINE.com | March 2016</p><p>photo by Ed Flores</p><p>Artifact dancers claire hancock, Julian Johnson, cindy cantos, Bill Patterson, Alissa Dill.</p><p>artsZ</p></li><li><p>March 2016 | ZOCALOMAGAZINE.com 13</p><p>by Herb Stratford</p><p>Artifact Dance Goes Back in Time for The Grand ParlorTUCSONS DANCE WORLD has been blessed with a number of remarkable groups over the past 30 years. Weve seen companies who have delivered traditional, timeless works like clockwork, as well as groups who have pushed the performance envelope with their content and audience experience. In the art world today, both locally and nationally, collaboration is the key to engaging and entrancing an audience, and the Tucson-based Artifact Dance Project is clearly both an innovator and practitioner par none. The groups March performance at the Tucson Scottish Rite Cathedral is entitled The Grand Parlor, and it has all of Artifacts signature elements on display in a smorgasbord for the senses.</p><p>According to Artifacts Managing Director and Co-Artistic Director Ashley Bowman, the performance is envisioned as an Americana Vaudeville evening of years past. The wide variety of acts, includes modern dance, tap, a contortionist, a little clown work and even homage to Noahs ark. As with all Artifact Dance performances, music is a key element to the experience. Ben Nisbet has again created the sonic portion of the evening, which will be performed live during the evening. Works include classical standards such as; Saint Saens Danse Macabre and Rossinis Barber of Seville overture along with works by Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Schubert and Gershwin. Musicians for the evening include; Derek Granger, Ken Marrs, Mary Turcotte and Samantha Bounkeua. A ringmaster, Artifact Dance company member dancer Cindy Cantos, will guide the intimate audience on their journey through the evenings 14 vignettes, which will also feature a short intermission. The show is both family friendly and adult friendly with cocktails available to complete the cabaret experience for those of appropriate age.</p><p>Of special note is the location for the Parlor performances, in the Tucson Scottish Rite Cathedrals Grand Parlor. The building, listed on the National Register of Places, recently celebrated its 100th anniversary and is a local landmark that would have hosted events such as this in the past. The local Masonic Order still uses the facility for functions, but recently it has been used more and more by the community for special events, largely due to its vintage character and downtown location. Several of last years Tucson Fashion Week runway shows made use of the space very effectively, and the Artifacts Grand Parlor performances will again transform the space into a unique location for arts performances. With such a wide variety of components to the show, its hard for Bowman to pick a favorite section. One has to imagine that the entire presentation of a modern dance companys interpretatio...</p></li></ul>
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