Housed in the offices of Ajo Copper News, a local newspaper publisher, this gallery houses unique artwork. A self-proclaimed haven for “low-brow” art, the Back Room Gallery features interesting work without taking itself too seriously.
Location: Arts & Culture
A Space in Time
A fine art gallery owned and operated by photographer Gus Shoenamsgruber. This is a great place to find paintings and photographs that really capture the flavor of the Southwest desert.
Art Under the Arches
Art Under the Arches is a fine art gallery that operates as a collective. Situated in the Historic Ajo Plaza, the gallery features paintings, photographs and sculptures from more than 20 local and regional artists.
Street Art Alley
This unique mural exhibit is the result of the collaboration of artists coming together from all over the world to portray their rendition of Ajo. Alley walls are continually transformed as murals continue to be added and expanded over time.
Ajo Council for the Arts (ACFA)
ACFA is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and nurturing the cultural enrichment of Ajo and the surrounding area. Active committees include theater, art, music, technical support, Discus Auditorium, and membership.
Ajo Art Self-Guided Walking Tour
With 24 stops along the way, the Ajo Self-Guided Walking Tour provides artistic sights that you won’t find anywhere else. From mosaics to murals; tombstones to yard art this truly is one of the most unique art tours in AZ.
The Sonoran Arts Residency
Each year, artists from around the world spend up to a month in Ajo creating and presenting new work. The residency provides an opportunity for visiting artists to be immersed in Ajo and connect with the local community.
Triangle Park (Memory Park)
Located on Pizal Ave, Triangle Park features the ‘Ajo Memory Project’ mosaics by To-Ree-Nee Wolf Keiser. These mosaics capture the history of residents of Indian Village and Mexican Town in and will resonate with you for years to come.
The Wood Shop was developed as a resource for community makers and artists. Anyone wanting to use the shop must take a workshop on the safe operation of the power tools, agree to abide by shop rules, sign a waiver, and pay a user fee.
The Clay Studio is a free workspace developed for Curley School artists and the community. The studio is managed by Curley School artist Karen Sucharski. Anyone interested is invited to drop by on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 1 and 4 PM.