It’s been a busy November and December, and we have a lot planned for 2024! Read a recap of our last two workshops of the year, watch a spontaneous workshopper performance from the top of the ceramics apse, learn about our olive trees/harvest, and our schedule for the next few months of hands-on workshops (new alumni discount!). All in our
With the arrival of cooling temperatures comes a rise in programming within the Cosanti Foundation. This year our annual bronze sale is featuring limited edition ceramic tiles, our schedule for the next few months of hands-on workshops is now available, and our performing arts spaces are being activated by Laark Productions! All in our October Newsletter, out now! To subscribe
Channel 3 AZ News payed our Farm-to-Table workshop program a visit! Click here to watch as they explore our Terrace Garden, High-Tunnel Greenhouse and interview our Assistant Agriculture Manager, Walker Simpson (pictured above), Educational Manager, Taylor Morgan, and new workshopper, Jaden Chavez. Interested in our hands-on workshop programs? Click here to explore what we’re offering in the upcoming months!
There is so much to look forward to this fall! Our Annual Bronze sale is coming up fast, we have exciting performances and workshops happening all throughout the season, and check in on our blog to see what we have been up to! All in our September Newsletter, out now! To subscribe to our email list and receive future newsletters go
Arcosanti has a bounty of Mesquite growing on our property. For many years residents tapped into this local food source through the celebration of an annual harvest followed by a mesquite pancake breakfast. This effort was led by alumni Colleen Reckow, who engaged the whole community for this annual event. This year, Ana Vazquez adopted this practice as part of
Richard Sanchez first arrived to Arcosanti as a masters student with The School of Architecture. As a first year student during TSOA’s transition from Taliesin West to Arcosanti, Richard had a year to get to know the site and the culture at Arcosanti before entering his thesis year. Upon graduation He decided to remain at Arcosanti and join the foundry
The Arcosanti Arts Festival was founded in 1975 with the intention to make Arcosanti a cultural center for the region. Our stages were graced by the performances of Jackson Browne and David Lindley, McCoy Tyner, and Steven Stills just to name a few. The festival was a weekend full of games, music workshops, dance performances and more. There were craft
This spring five residents of Arcosanti set out on month long travels. They bring back an expansion of knowledge, skills, and experiences that enrich their own professional and personal development, as well as our Arcology. In May our Arcosanti Foundry Manager, Ali Gibbs, headed to the big apple to work with MSW Consultants, a group that works with municipalities across
Leaving a legacy is important for many reasons. It can serve as an example for future generations, preserve memories and teach valuable lessons for the continuity of place. In speaking with architect and PhD Fellow, Maurizio Villata about his dissertation examining the preservation of modern architecture, Villata shared how important it is to understand the legacy modernism leaves behind. Villata
With autumn just around the corner, get to know the ecological side of arcology with farm-fresh workshops, our new land stewardship program, and more. It’s all in our September newsletter. To subscribe to our email list and receive future newsletters, go here.