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Shemer Art Center and Museum

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Marilyn C wrote a review Jul 2016
82 contributions22 helpful votes
Just returned from Family Fun Night Water Color class with John Erwin at Shemer Art Center. Had so much fun learning how to water color in 2 hours. What a great way to spend a hot evening in Phoenix. Sooooo want to do another class!
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Date of experience: July 2016
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metaligenics wrote a review Nov 2015
Chicago, Illinois300 contributions100 helpful votes
Thoroughly enjoyable. Located in what was once a private home on lovely grounds. Small, intimate museum that focuses mostly on sculpture - both large and small. Donation requested but not required for entry. Free parking.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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Marilyn C wrote a review Sep 2015
82 contributions22 helpful votes
Shemer Art Center is one of those hidden treasures right under your nose. It's a great place to take a art class, take in one of there art festivals, shop for gifts at there gift shop and enjoy the featured artist in the 3 galleries. Bring a sack lunch and enjoy it on there grounds. November 1st is Sunday at Shemer Art Festival from 10-5. This year Arizona Glass Alliance will be there with glass artists and a portable hot shop. Don't miss this event!
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Claire G wrote a review Mar 2015
Phoenix, Arizona75 contributions39 helpful votes
We went for the Micro Dwell exhibit 2015. We really enjoyed that particular exhibit and found it interesting. We did catch some of the sculptures they had in the garden at the entrance but apart from those and the MicroDwell exhibit we didn't really see much other art. The museum itself was really small. It was easy to get to for the MicroDwell and there was ample parking as it was the last weekend of the exhibit it was quite busy. I don't think we would go back unless they held another big exhibit and we were in the area doing other things though...
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Date of experience: February 2015
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Spicy O wrote a review Feb 2015
Phoenix, Arizona166 contributions45 helpful votes
We really enjoyed touring the wide range of little houses that are displayed to demonstrate sustainable living. It is amazing to see spaces as small as 64 sq. Ft. that includes everything that one needs.There is one partially completed house that i being built out of Styrofoam, another that looks like a tent and yet another that is on wheels and can be towed by a truck. VERY SMALL but has queen bed, dining rm, kitchen, closet beneath stairs and even a commode and shower. YOU MUST SEE. We plan on going out again this week to see if the Styrofoam house is completed. The cost is $5 p/person
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Date of experience: February 2015
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