Must see arts events for July

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Phoenix might seem like the place to escape at this time of year — but the art scene this July might say otherwise. 

Art lovers can enjoy dinner and a show at Arizona Broadway Theatre or learn about French culture through music at the Musical Instrument Museum. Some of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most precious belongings are in Phoenix for the summer, making his home  —Taliesin West — the perfect place to stop and cool off. And, you won’t want to miss the museum exhibitions featuring the work of textile artist Diedrick Brackens and sculptor Angel Cabrales, as they’re nearing the end of their runs in Scottsdale and Mesa.

Though many people have been vaccinated, the COVID-19 pandemic is still a concern. Some indoor spaces request visitors wear masks, maintain physical distancing or take other precautions. Be sure to call or check the website of the venue you plan to visit to see what safety precautions might be in place.

Here are some of the must-see arts events for July.

Clarita Lorenzano

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