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2024-2025 Season of Events

Celebrate Sedona

Celebrate Sedona engages the local community while celebrating and featuring local and regional arts, food and drink! Held in the upper parking lot of Sedona Arts Center, Celebrate Sedona is a celebration of the beauty and diversity of our community’s music, food, drink, and artistry.

This year we are changing our Celebrate Sedona from Wednesday to Friday! We are also incorporating the opening of our Exhibitions in with Celebrate Sedona so we can have the Artists join the fesitivities and officially open the current Exhibition. The event takes place from 4 pm to 6 pm and features local musicians, food trucks, wineries, and live demonstrations by local artists!

The 2024-2025 dates are:

  • Friday, August 2, 2024  (Opening of Introduction to Elements)
  • Fricday, September 6, 2024 (Opening of Myrna Harrison Exhibit)
  • Friday, December 6, 2024 (Opening of Small Works Exhibit and Holiday Artist Market)
  • Friday, January 3, 2025  (Opening of Earth & Fire, A Ceramics Exhibit)
  • Friday, February 7, 2025  (Opening of Vision & Sound Exhibit and Symposyum)
  • Friday, March 7, 2025  (Opening of the 44th Annual Friends Juried Exhibition)
  • Friday, April 4, 2025  (Opening of the Element of Sport Exhibition)
  • Friday, May 2, 2025  (Opening of ¡Qué Hermoso! 2025 Exhibition)
  • Friday, June 6, 2025  (Opening of the Big Gay Art Show)

More information on each event at: CelebrateSedona.org


October 18-26, 2024

Full Schedule coming soon.

This Years Artists are:

Olena Babak, Krystal Brown, Ed Buonvecchio, Casey Cheuvront, Tom Conner, Carol Douglas, Tracey Frugoli, Robert Goldman, Bruce Gomez, Michelle Held, Hai-Ou Hou, Gretchen Lopez, Laura Martinez-Bianco, James McGrew, Betsy Menand, Barbara Mulleneaux, Hadley Rampton, Manon Sander, Richard Sneary, Barbara Tapp, Richie Vios, Stewart White, Ellie Wilson.



ARCHIVE:

Arts & Economic Prosperity 6 Luncheon February 1, 2024

The Arts Center will host a Roll Out event during FY24 in Sedona, to reveal the results of this national economic impact study of the nonprofit arts and culture industry including the local data collected throughout the course of the past year by Sedona nonprofit arts organizations.
City of Sedona AEP6 Final Report AEP6 National Report