Discover and Learn in the Sedona Art & Cultural Centers

The beautiful Sedona is not only
home to photogenic scenery but also to its lively arts community. Over the
years, the city has nurtured hundreds of local artists and their work to which
tourists from all over the world come to explore.

Sedona Arts Center

The heartbeat of the arts community in Sedona, Sedona Arts Center, provide classes, workshops and field expeditions for all ages. This nonprofit organization showcases work by local artists in diverse media and hosts art events that draw international visitors. The center also houses rare pieces of fine arts, exquisite jewelry and stunning photography. Aside from promoting the original works of over 100 artists, the center also cultivates hundreds of arts education opportunities each year.

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Sedona Performing Arts Center

Currently, the home of the Verde Valley Sinfonietta, the Sedona Chamber Ballet and the Phoenix Ballet performance of The Nutcracker Suite, Illuminate Film Festival and countless other festivals and concerts, the Sedona Performing Arts Center is devoted to promoting community arts and cultural events. The state-of-the-art modern center is known for promoting performing arts education and excellence in the display of diverse music, dance and theater.

The Cosanti Foundation

The Cosanti Foundation is a nonprofit organization that explores the Experiential and Educational benefits of integrating Architecture and Ecology. The two sites of the foundation, Cosanti and Arcosanti, help to balance humankind’s needs with the planet’s natural resource capacity. The architect and founder, Paolo Soleri demonstrated some experimental and theoretical architecture in his works which advocated minimalist living. The foundation also began producing ceramic and bronze Wind bells, large-scale sculptures and silt-cast panels as a revenue stream to support the important work of the foundation.

and tourists visit Sedona for its abundant forms of art which keeps it alive
and rich. This lively part of the city wants their culture passed down from the
residents to its visitors making it a top place to learn and be amazed at how
beautiful art is when a community works together to preserve it.