The following list shows the participating artists, arts entrepreneurs and businesses that contribute to the arts experience in greater downtown Phoenix. We call them: Articipants!
Most of these venues are open on First Fridays, as well as Third Fridays. View the First Friday maps here. (Note: many artist studios are NOT open on First Fridays. The list included on the map is for reference only.)
Art Spaces & Cultural Venues
1022 W. Grand Ave. / 602-748-5471
11th Monk3y is a multi-use space used to design, create and build your own projects. The Lab Pop-Up Gallery serves as a community gallery where local artist can showcase their artwork.
333 E. Roosevelt St. Suite 114 / 602-513-2922
ARTELSHOW presents ARTELPHX annually and showcases local, national and international artists in unexpected spaces throughout the year.
1301 W. Grand Ave. / 602-391-4016
Historic 15,000 sq. ft. 1946 pie factory converted to mixed uses including a cafe, gallery, tattoos, puppeteer, violin maker, art studios, hair salon, and cat products.
600 E. Washington St. / 602-716-2000
CREATE at Arizona Science Center is a mash-up of an inventor’s workshop, an art studio, design lab, and community center. Come down and make something!
1100 N. Central Ave. / 602-315-3162
FOUND:RE Phoenix is a unique art boutique hotel with details, designs, public spaces and amenities inspired by local contemporary art, culture, food, fashion and music. “Opening in Spring 2016″
1124 N. 3rd St. / 602-258-3787
Built in 1928, our gothic-style sanctuary is framed by vibrant stained glass windows and is home to a beautiful pipe organ.
2301 N. Central Ave. / 602-252-8840
Dedicated to sensitive and accurate portrayal of Native arts and cultures, the Heard successfully combines the stories of American Indian people with the beauty of art.
429 W Jackson St. / 602-845-0540
extraordinary historic warehouse complex dedicated to promoting Phoenix arts and culture for 26 years.
Arizona Center, 455 N. 3rd St. Suite 1210
2016 INFOCUS Members’ Exhibition at the DTPHX Engagement Lab. INFOCUS is the photography support group at the Phoenix Art Museum
214 E. Roosevelt St. / 602-253-0339
Multi-functional Space: gallery, studio, venue, co-working and meeting.
411 E. Roosevelt St. / 480-577-8295
3 re-purposed shipping containers where 3 different exhibitions open each Third Friday of the month including our new Emerging Curator Initiative space.
1202 N. 3rd St. / 602-254-3100
Phoenix Center for the Arts provides opportunities to participate in the visual and performing arts through quality classes, programming, and events. Classes are available for youth and adults throughout the year.
302 W. Monroe / 602-818-6959
Historic Phoenix Chapel, Built in 1930′s. Surrounded by collaborative paintings created by Arizona youth with the message of working as a team and the power of unifying as one community.
619 & 625 N. 7th St. / 602-283-4000
Newly renovated and restored, Street Coffee and Brill House are host to bi-monthly art openings and special events.
625 E. Indian School Road / 602-997-9339
Upstairs in the Artery are 6 studio spaces. Artists welcome visitor’s to see artwork in process. Park free behind the building and join the relaxed conversation.
734 W Polk St. / 602-638-1313
Gallery, events, stage, studios, and scenery…
Artist Studio located IN Downtown/Central Phoenix
918 N. 6th St. Suite B / 602-999-5582
1Spot Gallery is dedicated to showcasing the distinctive perspective of contemporary indigenous artists from throughout the Southwest and the world.
2113 N. 24th Place / 830-688-8039
Artist studio and atelier teaching
815 N. Central / 201-887-4026
FORTOUL is the vision of two Colombian brothers born and raised in the outskirts of New York City. Inspired by the vibrant diverse communities and raw energy of the city, they set forth to create a cultural entity encompassing art, music, fashion, film & design. 40owls, an independent nomadic gallery was created as an outlet to express these art forms. Through these exhibitions they hope to remind us all of the magic around us every day.
1501 W. Grand Ave. / 602-465-3264
A co-working artist studio space, gallery and collective
1301 N. Grand Ave. Suite 6 / 480-544-2162
A letterpress printing studio.
45 W. Lynwood St. / 602-254-1222
Halldor has developed unique clay craft techniques used in creating a body of work which draws on his lifelong experiences in our Sonoran Desert.
1501 N. Grand Ave. Suite 103 / 602-274-5454
One of a kind metalsmith and jewelry designer focusing on fabricated Sterling silver and semi-precious gemstones.
1429 N. 1st St. / 602-790-3634
The space is a working darkroom specializing in traditional photographic processes as well as a gallery to display fine art silver print photography.
1016 N. 1st Dr. Suite 448B / 623-695-9980
An intimate setting to exhibit new art. RSVP preferred. More info on my website. Commission of large abstracts. Come talk to me about what you want.
15 E. Jackson St. Suite 206 / 602 821-8272
Mixed media photography-Evocative images that incorporate various different media and range from small to large scale. Also featuring guest artists.
93 W. Lynwood St. / 602-281-6634
Studio of Rick Naimark, contemporary painter. Naimark’s works are full of motion, texture, and shape. He takes simple themes and, using non-traditional methods of applying the paint and other media, deconstructs them into abstractions that delight the eye and challenge the mind.
1014 N. 2nd St. /602-340-1675
Gallery & Studio space. 2 private rooms for solo shows & one open area for studio space.
1301 N. Grand Ave. Suite 4 / 602-842-9433
Puppet Pie is a puppet building studio that offers public and private workshops.
2030 N. 17th Ave. / 602-261-7969
Studio for sculpture, drawing and painting
215 E. Grant St.
Studios at Bentley Projects houses seven artist studios from ceramics, painting, sculpture, photography, and mixed media
1231 W. Grand Ave. / 000-000-0000
The Lodge, built in 1924 and designated a historic property in 1985, hosts a group show during Detour called “The Lodge: Then and Now.”
Artist Studio located OUTSIDE Downtown/Central Phoenix
A valley-wide Community of Artists and Members who participate in Artist exhibitions and Explore Art, Cultural, Musical, and Educational venues and activities
Art movement and floating gallery that aims to support arts education and higher learning.
Artist Studio in North Phoenix. Visitors welcome by appointment.
Fine art studio—welding, painting and ceramics
Kevin Caron creates metal and 3D printed resin sculptures that can be seen in public and private places from coast to coast.
Not exactly, the Street Photographer next door.
Home and artist’s studio in Tempe, AZ.
Mesa, Arizona, 85209
Home studio in the beautiful foothills of Sunnyslope – a largely overlooked but incredibly diverse area of North Central Phoenix.
Baked goods made from scratch out of my homebased bakery. Available at farmers markets around town.
Tieken Studio & Gallery offer a unique art experience by bridging the gap between commercial gallery and tranquil destination. Exhibition events & private showings.
Artist’s studio space crammed with materials and paintings, housed in a corner of a “Man Cave”.
128 E. Roosevelt St. / 602-262-2759
A Casual and Affordable European Style Bistro, serving Southern European & Mediterranean offerings, Specializing in Sandwiches including Panini, Wraps, Gyros, and Grinders. Carly’s serves wide a Variety of Appetizers and Salads.
915 N. Central Ave. / 602-680-7747
DeSoto Central Market combines boutique eateries under one historic roof in downtown Phoenix. Located inside a former car dealership, DeSoto offers abundant gathering space and a great variety of dining options.
1031 W. Grand Ave. / 602-253-6107
Old-school, no-nonsense pizza parlor offering a modest menu of whole pies, slices, calzones and salads in downtown Phoenix’s bustling art scene.
3 S. 2nd St. Suite 117 / 602-261-7625
Large indoor dining space including spacious bar area. Also 2 outdoor patio’s available for seating
14 E. Pierce St. / 602-253-2700
Casual urban hangout offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We serve fresh market cuisine crafted with seasonal ingredients.
1326 N. Central Ave. / 602-795-7954
A casual yet upscale environment serving pizza, mac n cheese, wings, salads, burgers/sandwiches, etc. Pizza people features wine, beer, signature cocktails and local art.
1028 W. Grand Ave. / 602-258-1536
We are a restaurant/bar/coffee shop/live music venue with an eclectic mix of shops surrounding our amazing courtyard.
1229 W. Grand Ave. / 602-465-3264
Fine Contemporary Art, Gifts and Coffee
1221 N. Central Ave. / 602-262-4636
Located on the first floor of Burton Barr Central Library, @Central Gallery presents fine art exhibitions featuring the work of Arizona artists not currently represented by a gallery. It is open to the public during normal library hours and First Fridays.
1204 E. Roosevelt St. / 602-253-7887
Downtown’s first gallery and progressive artspace. Nurturing four decades of creative collaborative projects. Transformative arts venue, historic cultural landmark, with inviting garden oasis and stages.
605 E. Grant St. / 000-000-0000
ASU School of Art Grant Street Studios houses Step Gallery and Northlight Gallery as well as over twenty studio spaces for their MFA students.
215 E. Grant St. / 480-946-6060
Representing contemporary painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, ceramics, video, and installation for more than 30 years. Exhibiting art that is beautiful and exquisitely crafted.
1301 W. Grand Ave. / 480-544-2162
contemporary art gallery on Historic Grand Avenue
623 E. Indian School Road / 623-780-8832
10 artists working in a variety of styles and subjects provide an exciting place to visit. Artists available on First Fridays and during Art Detour. Free parking.
631 N. 1st Ave. / 602-957-7760
A building rich with history and full of art and creativity. Featuring local artists with shows changing out regularly.
515 E. Roosevelt St. / 000-000-0000
Five15Arts is a collective, artist-run, contemporary art space committed to providing support and an exhibition venue for serious, professionally-minded Arizona artists.
511 E. Roosevelt St.
Lotus is a contemporary Art resident artist Denise Fleisch
407 E. Roosevelt St. / 000-000-0000
Modified Arts is a contemporary art gallery dedicated to showcasing local, regional, national, and international artists in all media.
1300 N. Central Ave. / 000-000-0000
New City Studio exists to serve and flourish the arts scene of downtown Phoenix
100 W. Roosevelt St. / 602-254-7126
A spacious gallery built in 1920, adjacent to Trinity Episcopal Cathedral that displays contemporary artwork, on the Northwest corner of First Ave and Roosevelt Road.
335 W. McDowell Rd. / 602-254-1044
A modern art gallery specializing in exposing new and local artists to the community.
918 N. 6th St. / 510-685-8113
The Drive-Thru Gallery & Studio in the Arts districts of downtown Phoenix, provides a comfortable & professional space for photographers to show and work.
2222 N. 16th St. / 602-254-1641
Focusing on street and local emerging artists, The Hive; part studio, gallery, boutique and cafe, has hosted over 50 shows in the past 5 years.
A virtual Art Gallery
734 W. Polk St. / 602-638-1313
Unexpected Art Gallery offers something for everyone. Hundreds of frame pieces, thousands of prints, antiques, collectibles and more for sale. Always something Unexpected.
1005 N. 1st St. / 602-258-1481
2-story art gallery and studio space – contains solo rooms and open areas.
Performing Arts Venue
925 N. Grand Ave. / 602-350-0343
Japanese Taiko Drumming Studio providing dynamic performances throughout Phoenix as well as fun and educational classes for adults and children.
222 East Monroe / 602-254-7399
The Herberger Theater Art Gallery features the work of Arizona artists.
203 W. Adams / 602-495-7139
The Friends of the Orpheum Theater is an all-volunteer 501(c) 3 non-profit. Since 1993, the organization serves as the supporting arm for the Orpheum, providing much needed equipment, historic preservation and community outreach. After 12 years, $14 million and an incredible amount of perseverance, the historic Orpheum Theatre has been renovated for ‘adaptive reuse’. The Orpheum Theater hosts a great variety of first class productions, drawing thousands of people to a vibrant downtown venue.
110 E Roosevelt St. Suite 110 / 602-795-0464
The Nash is a jazz club and education center with rotating art shows; named one of the world’s Great Jazz Venues by DownBeat magazine.
1301 W. Grand Ave. / 602-258-1141
ORGANIC SALON + GALLERY * Haircuts | Hair Color | Treatments | Nail Care. Doubling as the ABE ZUCCA GALLERY. The cherry on top is our $5.00 Sunday yoga classes held in the Gallery! (10:00am & 12:00) mats & props avail. Abloomsalon.com
801 N. 2nd St. Suite 104 / 602-277-5765
2000 square feet of vintage fashions from Men and Women from the 1920′s-1980′s.
820 N. 8th Ave. / 602-277-8500
Modern new townhomes with private yards, balconies, and 2-car garages in a privacy-gated, pet-friendly community! Style, casual comfort, and home automation. Enclosed yards for your pets!
922 N. 5th St. / 602-614-8717
Downtown boutique featuring handmade wares by artists. Jewelry, ceramics, cards, workshops and markets.
1028 W. Grand Ave. Suite 2 / 602-412-7668
Vintage styled bake-shop and gourmet handmade candy store. Specializes in decorated sugar cookies, Belgian chocolates and other European inspired treats.
1023 W. Grand Ave. / 602-312-5292
High quality unique products for the sophisticated hippie. Clothing, jewelry, yoga and meditation props and lots more!