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As a collaborative effort between the Tubac Center of the Arts, Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, Tumacacori National Historic Park, Anza Trail Coalition of Arizona, Tubac Chamber of Commerce and the Tubac Golf Resort & Spa, Tubac has enhanced its number of art events in January and February including the renowned Tucson Seven exhibit. January 2016 kicks off the Tubac-Tumacacori season of "Art Worth Seeing" anchored by the 57th Annual Festival of the Arts and includes The Tucson Seven Exhibition, Arizona Aqueous XXX, a nationally known water media exhibit now in its 31st year, Open Studio Tours and more. Comment?
... that inspired it was this throw away comment during a lecture by Dr. Harwood Hinton on a unit of Mexican lancers from Tubac during the Civil War. It took me a while. Serving in the state Legislature was an interruption. Why is this Mexican-American ... Comment?
... a minor in Anthropology and accomplished field work at both the Marana platform mound (Hohokam) under Paul Fish and at Tubac Presidio (Spanish Colonial) under Jack Williams. He contributed to several books and his work appeared in the Journal of ... Comment?
Who says there are no second acts in American lives? Tubac is full of them. This scenic town-once a Native American enclave, then Arizona's first European settlement, now an art colony-has seen many second acts in three centuries. Comment?
Written history first mentions Tubac in 1726, when Father Agustin de Campos baptized native children there. Tubac is a Pima Papago name and has been in use for over 280 years. Comment?
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