Cox Communications Gallery Space
Art is as important in the business world as it is in one’s personal world, and for the same reasons. In a business space, the artwork helps shape the company’s unique style, spirit, and character, and convey that character to employees, partners, clients, and prospective clients in much the same way that one’s business attire conveys one’s personal style and professionalism.
Cox Communications is committed to the arts and the inspiration it can provide in the work space. Through the presentation of the community gallery space Cox Communications is supporting local artists in a big way.
As part of the SAACA Business and Arts Integration programming, Cox Communications employees are inspired daily to both innovate and create in the workplace.
Gallery space accessible to the public only by private tour.
1440 E 15th St, Tucson, AZ 85719
Our passions for the communities we live in guide our diligence in supporting the locally pressing needs.
Are you interested in a private tour of the gallery space? Inquire to make your reservations (minimum 48 hour pre-notice required)
Featured Artist- Paul Hopman
Cox Employee Photography Exhibition
Women Veterans Art Exhibit
November 6th - November 27th, 2019
The Women's Veteran Art Project is partnering up with the Department of Veterans Affairs Center for Women Veterans, the Veteran Health Administration, and SAACA to proudly present the "Women Veterans Art Exhibition." Women are an integral part to the military. This exhibition acts as a portal through which women veteran artists connect to the larger world and offers them the opportunity to communicate their experiences, the inspiration to continue their work and a platform to sell their art.
This exhibition features work by:
Terry Camille Painter Davis
Identity: A Group Exhibition
July 24th - October 23rd, 2019
Identity: A Group Exhibition, aims to embrace differences and celebrate individuality. Artists were invited to submit work around the theme of identity, investigating what constitutes identity, community, and a sense of place. Each piece makes a statement on how we define ourselves and are defined by others. To present a true cross section of the human experience, artists from all races, ethnicities, and nationalities, gender identities and expressions, socioeconomic backgrounds, linguistic profiles, family structures, diverse abilities, body types, and ages were encouraged to participate in this exhibition.
This exhibition features work by:
The Urban Experience
January 25th – April 23rd, 2019
The Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild (SAWG) is beginning its 51st year in existence. From an initial membership of 80 artists, the organization has grown to over 300 active members today. This exhibit presents a selection of 30 works produced by members of SAWG. SAWG is an association of water media artists who are dedicated to exhibiting work, increasing skill, exchanging ideas and promoting art education and public appreciation of water media through community outreach. Their website www.southernazwatercolorguild.com is a valuable tool not only for members but for people interested in what SAWG is doing. The group also has a social media presence on Facebook and Instagram that highlights the work of its artists for the public to enjoy.
The SAWG Gallery is located in the Plaza at Williams Centre at the Southwest corner of Broadway and Craycroft in Tucson. The gallery is operated by volunteers who manage daily operations and serve as docents Tuesday through Sunday every week. Exhibits change monthly throughout the year to feature both juried and non-juried shows open to all members. In addition the guild hosts a show for area artists in all disciplines and one for school age children as well.
SAWG’s Scholarship Program awards scholarships to Southern Arizona High School seniors continuing their education in art. Over $100,000 has been given out since the program began in 1986. Funds are raised in a variety of ways throughout the year. To donate to this worthwhile program, contact the Scholarship Committee Chair listed on the SAWG website.