3 Free Events in Metro Phoenix This Week
IN FLUX Talk + Food Truck Walk
Becky Bartkowski Hurwitz's new IN FLUX piece Participation Prize is on view at the A.R.T.S. Market.
Join Phoenix IN FLUX Cycle 4 artists Erin V. Sotak and Sarah Hurwitz for an evening of arts discussion and dining Wednesday, April 9, at the A.R.T.S. Market. From 6 to 7 p.m., Sotak and Hurwitz will host a free talk about their experiences creating temporary public art in Phoenix and Scottsdale. That'll be followed by a community food truck dinner at Phoenix Public Market. For more information, visit influxaz.com or check out the event on Facebook.
ASU's fourth annual Human Rights Film Festival returns with a three-day showcase, April 10 through 12, of eye-opening films and documentaries including The Act of Killing, One Day Everything Will Be Free, The Square, The Sacred Place Where Life Begins- G'wich'in Women Speak, Protect Our Future: Indigenous Rights and Environmental Rights, Eufrosina's Revolution, Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield, Between Light and Darkness, The State of Arizona, Workers on the Rise, and God Loves Uganda. Each film will be screened at ASU's Armstrong Hall and followed by discussions from a variety of academics and filmmakers. For the full schedule of events, visit humanrights.asu.edu.
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