#Arizona Canal

Canal Convergence

There is still one more weekend left to enjoy Canal Convergence, an annual series of free educational activities and interactive events at the Scottsdale Waterfront. The public art event will take place Nov. 12 and Nov. 13, from 6 to 10 p.m., and Nov. 14, closing night, from 6 to 9 p.m.
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Phoenix New Times

Seven Free Things to Do in Phoenix This Week

The only thing than getting out and having fun around metro Phoenix is doing it for free, right? This week, you can attend the online Phoenix Zine Fest, listen to some music in the morning at the ASU Kerr Cultural Center, and catch the second weekend of the Canal Convergence Festival.
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Phoenix New Times

Here's Your Guide to Canal Convergence 2021 in Scottsdale This Month

The annual festival Canal Convergence returns this month, with a mix of artwork, performances, and hands-on activities designed to highlight the intersection of water, art, and light. It’s happening along the Scottsdale Waterfront from Friday, November 5 to Sunday, November 14. This year’s theme is Art and Technology. Here’s a...
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Celebrate the Holidays in Scottsdale

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Last chance to see Canal Convergence 2021: It's the closing weekend for the Scottsdale art show

Large-scale interactive artworks will light up the Scottsdale Waterfront for 10 days in November when the “Canal Convergence | Water + Art + Light” annual public art event opens. From Friday, Nov. 5, through Sunday, Nov. 14, Canal Convergence will take over Old Town Scottsdale and the Arizona Canal with nearly a dozen installations that are free to view. Two of the bigger works include “Say What You Will,” which transforms a visitor’s voice into light and video...