If you enjoy the visual arts, you’ll want to explore Tempe’s art museums, galleries and murals. From murals and paintings, to sculpture and ceramics, and photography and film, Tempe offers a range of visual arts in beautiful spaces, both inside and outdoors.
Find upcoming art exhibition events happening in Tempe.
The mural is located on the west wall of Social Hall, a local favorite for cocktails and American and Southwestern fare, and can be found on the northeast corner of University Drive and McClintock Drive.
At 400 feet, Jake Early’s tribute to Tempe, “Meet Me at Daley Park,” showcases the city’s history and was painted in 2018. Find this mural on College Avenue in between Broadway Road and Apache Boulevard next to the railroad tracks.
Amazed Baby is one of the many featured murals in Danelle Plaza. Danelle Plaza on the southwest corner of Mill Avenue and Southern. Danelle Plaza is an aged plaza turned art hub, an on-going initiative to build awareness about its unique history.
You’ll find a sweet trend of beautiful birds and whimsical pink blooms amongst this popular muralist’s work. “Don’t Wake the Dreamer” is a 153-foot-long mural located at Hardy Drive and 5th Street next to Jaycee Park.
Arizona natives and Tempe-based artists Champ Styles and his idol/dad, Such Styles, are known for their incredible graffiti art. Their latest permanent installation at Tempe Marketplace was completed in mid-June 2020.