Just because your pockets are empty doesn’t mean your agenda has to follow suit. Get lit at the Ethan Roads Zine Release Party, splash at the 100 Days of Summer Bash, or check out “Staying Power” at the ASU Art Museum. Best part? It’s all free. For more things to do, visit our curated calendar.
100 Days of Summer Party
The folks at Hotel Palomar are hosting a celebration of 100 Days of Summer by making their rooftop hangout, Lustre, a hot destination for cooling down. Splash in the pool, soak up the sun, or take a seat at the bar and try a craft cocktail. Special events during the 100-day stretch include yoga on Wednesdays and Industry Appreciation Mondays, which means extra discounts for those who work in hospitality. On Monday, July 17, the pool opens at 11 a.m. and happy hour drink and snack specials are available from 3 to 6 p.m. at 2 East Jefferson Street. Admission is free, and cabana rentals are available. Visit the Lustre website for details. Amy Young
Fiamma Montezemolo is one of more than a dozen artists featured in an exhibition called “Staying Power” at ASU Art Museum, 51 East 10th Street in Tempe. The free exhibition highlights new museum acquisitions, including sculpture, prints, ceramics, and video.
“Staying Power” includes work by nearly 20 artists or collectives, including Denmark’s SUPERFLEX and the CultureStrike network led by migrant artists. Siri Dev Khandavili, an artist represented by Lisa Sette Gallery, also has work in the show. Several pieces were created by Latin American and Latinx artists. In other words, it’s a compelling mix. Take a look between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18. Visit the ASU Museum…
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