The Gallery at TCA provides visitors a space for thoughtful and engaging art experiences. Free admission, tours and outreach programs are available year-round. Large-scale rotating exhibitions include a wide variety of local, regional and international artists, as well as themes of popular culture and interest.
The Gallery at TCA and its sister program, Tempe Galleries, have produced more than 150 large and small-scale art exhibitions and have featured more than 2,500 artists over the past ten years. Combined, these exhibitions reach an estimated 4 million people each year. New and exciting exhibitions continue to be developed with a special focus to broaden the mind, relate to multiple age groups and create interest in a variety of fields and subjects.
Gallery Hours: CLOSED
The City of Tempe has closed all city facilities until further notice.
Gallery Admission: Free
Phone Number: (480) 350-2867
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Art From Home!
The gallery may be closed, and we may be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t interact with art! Check out these great activities and explorations from past exhibitions!
Learn about art and the natural world in Biomimcry!
Learn about the connections between art and technology in STEAM
Check out our education pages here for more art and activities.
More than 30 different visual art lesson plans and activity ideas for all ages!
Keep an eye out for virtual tours of the gallery coming soon on our social media pages!
construct. code. connect.
Jan 17-May 16, 2020
WEAVE features artists that intertwine materials, processes and ideas. Each artist’s style and vision are different, yet they share a common thread, they weave together the worlds of art and technology.
Velma Kee Craig
Mary Bates Neubauer
(Art Image by Devorah Sperber, courtesy of Bentley Gallery)
Saturday Art Workshops - Look for these on Facebook Live!
Details to follow
April 4 & April 25, 2020, 11 am-2 pm
Binary Code Weaving all ages
Come make a weaving of your name in computer code!
People of all ages are invited to come learn about the shared history of looms and computing and experiment with with a bit coding by weaving their name in binary.
(Art Image (right) by Denise Yaghmourian, courtesy of Bentley Gallery)
This exhibition is also part of a series of programs called CURIOcity. Throughout the 2020 exhibition cycle, the Gallery at Tempe Center for the Arts and Tempe Galleries satellite spaces celebrate arts, technology and the curious minds that thrive on connecting ideas across the disciplines.