The 2023 Patagonia Art Walk, held Nov. 24 and 25, featured 19 local businesses, restaurants and artists.
Quilts created from migrant children’s artwork—and response ‘welcome’ quilts from Patagonia school children—are on display now at the Arizona History Museum.
The 22nd annual Cowboy Festival drew over 2,000 for two days of events, demonstrations, music, talks, food and drink.
In a new novel based on his own life, local author Stuart H. Brody charts the path from idealism to wisdom—accompanied by Hubert Humphrey.
Sunny weather, over 120 vendors and live music entertainment helped draw an estimated 15,000 visitors to the annual Sky Island Fall Artisan Market in Patagonia.
For local musicians and music lovers, and others just looking for a friendly place to casually socialize, the Patagonia Lumber Company cafe/bar has become the place to be.
A single artist working in stained glass made Patagonia’s 100-year-old Methodist church into an installation piece of radiant art. Here’s how she did it.
This summer, participants at the PCAA’s Summer Art Camp learned how to make kites, work a sewing machine, and create ceramic bird bells — and they got to cool off in Sonoita Creek.
Trained as a teenager by a family of Navajo silversmiths, this Elgin artisan
has built a loyal clientele from all over the world. Here’s how she did it.
Lily Armenta wrote this prize-winning poem for the recent Sonoita Library poetry contest.