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Shemer Art Center and Museum

5005 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018-3015
+1 602-262-4727
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What a FUN night

Just returned from Family Fun Night Water Color class with John Erwin at Shemer Art Center. Had so... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2016
Marilyn C
via mobile
Small but excellent collection.

Thoroughly enjoyable. Located in what was once a private home on lovely grounds. Small, intimate... read more

Reviewed 29 November 2015
Chicago, Illinois
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A Phoenix Point of Pride, this museum is a cultural locus, featuring local artisans and offering its own arts and crafts workshops.
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21 Jul 2016
“What a FUN night”
28 Nov 2015
“Small but excellent collection.”
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5005 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018-3015
+1 602-262-4727
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Reviewed 22 July 2016 via mobile

Just returned from Family Fun Night Water Color class with John Erwin at Shemer Art Center. Had so much fun learning how to water color in 2 hours. What a great way to spend a hot evening in Phoenix. Sooooo want to do another class!

Thank Marilyn C
Reviewed 29 November 2015

Thoroughly enjoyable. Located in what was once a private home on lovely grounds. Small, intimate museum that focuses mostly on sculpture - both large and small. Donation requested but not required for entry. Free parking.

1  Thank metaligenics
Reviewed 20 September 2015 via mobile

Shemer Art Center is one of those hidden treasures right under your nose. It's a great place to take a art class, take in one of there art festivals, shop for gifts at there gift shop and enjoy the featured artist in the 3 galleries....More

1  Thank Marilyn C
Reviewed 2 March 2015

We went for the Micro Dwell exhibit 2015. We really enjoyed that particular exhibit and found it interesting. We did catch some of the sculptures they had in the garden at the entrance but apart from those and the MicroDwell exhibit we didn't really see...More

2  Thank Claire G
Reviewed 19 February 2015

We really enjoyed touring the wide range of little houses that are displayed to demonstrate sustainable living. It is amazing to see spaces as small as 64 sq. Ft. that includes everything that one needs.There is one partially completed house that i being built out...More

2  Thank caro3245
Reviewed 19 February 2015

We did not love the art at the Shemer Art Center, but we found the micro dwelling exhibit fascinating. There were several examples of different types of very tiny dwelling and we enjoyed seeing how one could maximize the living space in them.

2  Thank Dianne G
Reviewed 24 March 2014

My husband and I attended the Micro Dwell 2014 event at the Shemer Art Center in Phoenix in the Arcadia neighborhood. Even though we had our young daughter and a large stroller, we were welcome at the facility. The staff was friendly and helpful and...More

4  Thank Beebee M
Reviewed 5 February 2014

I recently took a metal and enamel class here with Larry as the instructor. The class was great, as well as the instruction. The grounds and historic home are beautifully located at the foot of nearby mountain ranges. I would recommend a class or at...More

2  Thank Elisa8446
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