The Phoenix Museum of Art is closing in March 2018.

The Phoenix is a unique art and cultural institution located in Phoenix, Arizona, located in the heart of downtown Phoenix, located within the historic downtown area of downtown and within walking distance of several shopping and entertainment districts.

The Museum’s mission was to be a place where art can be explored, celebrated and experienced in a safe and caring environment.

The Art Museum was founded in 1878 and was officially opened in 1970.

It has been home to over 250 permanent exhibitions, and over 15,000 pieces of original art from the Phoenix area and beyond.

Phoenix Art Museums mission is to inspire, support and educate the Phoenix art community in a way that reflects the richness and diversity of the Phoenix community.

The museum is open from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and Saturdays from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

The art museum is also open for community outreach events.

It was founded by the Phoenix Art Association (PAA) in 1879.

Phoenix Arts Alliance (PAAA) was founded to provide opportunities for art to be created in partnership with the community.

PAAA is the oldest and largest membership-based arts organization in the nation.

PAA provides financial support for educational programs, cultural events and arts programs in partnership to the local arts community.

This program is a core component of the Museum’s ongoing mission to provide a safe, inclusive and supportive environment for all arts and cultural events.

The last time Phoenix Art was closed was in April 2018.

To learn more about Phoenix Art and the Phoenix Museum, visit

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