Fashion, film and music take over the Tempe History Museum as we kick off the new year. Stop by for these free, family-friendly events and don’t miss the museum’s current featured exhibit, Jan Young: Photographing Tempe in the 1970’s. The museum is located at 809 E. Southern Ave., next to the Tempe Public Library. Visit www.tempe.gov/MuseumEvents for more info and a full calendar of upcoming events.
An Evening with FABRIC (Fashion and Business Resource Innovation Center) – Behind the “Seams” with Local Fashion Designers
Get a glimpse into the world of local fashion! Meet professionals, see their creations and learn how they were produced. Enjoy complimentary desserts and coffee.
FABRIC’s mission is to create a headquarters for Arizona’s fashion industry and to provide a location where local fashion professionals can create, collaborate, learn, source, manufacture, market and celebrate fashion.
Sara Robinson Band
Sara Robinson sports one of the best sets of pipes in the Valley. The Sara Robinson Band combines funk and blues with 60s and 70s rock, creating a distinct sound they call Sonic Blues Rock. They meld Texas Roadhouse blues, Led Zeppelin instrumental jam sessions and smoldering vocals into a show that echoes Janis Joplin and Stevie Nicks.
Sunday, Jan. 28 at 6 p.m.: Arizona Premier Film Screening
Revive, the Power of Life
The Japanese Culture Club presents a short film about a doctor in Japan who shows how people can live healthy lives without the use of modern medicines. He suggests using the lost wisdom from past generations to stay healthy and live a natural life.
This is a free event with a suggested donation of $10 to help support the film.
Note: The Japanese Culture Club of Arizona is not suggesting any recommendations, pro or con, on the medical practices depicted in the film. We are simply presenting it as a window on Japanese documentary filmmaking and cultural aspects of Japan.