The Arizona Historical Society Visits WomanKraft

The Arizona Historical Society is visiting WomanKraft this Saturday.

Join us Saturday, June 9th from 1-3 PM for a very special a discussion about how artists can preserve their process and work for an archival donation.

Get Educated, Document your Work

  • Join us in welcoming the Arizona Historical Society as Archivist and Librarian Kate Fitzpatrick and colleague Rachel Black lead a discussion about how artists can preserve their process and work for an archival donation and do a Q&A for specific questions.
  • ARTISTS, this is for you! Get educated on how archives function and the importance of documenting your work for posterity.
  • Suggested donation: $5 general public, $3 non-members


The Arizona Historical Society

AHS serves as the steward of state history, fulfilling its mission to collect, preserve, interpret, and disseminate the history of Arizona and the West.


388 S. Stone Avenue Tucson, Arizona 85701


Our current exhibit, “Waste Not Want Not” will be on display in the gallery during this event. Featuring work by local artists using recycled plastic as their predominant theme and media, this body of work is thought provoking, innovative and good for the planet. See this exhibit every Wednesday through Saturday 1-5 PM.

WomanKraft hosts A Silent Auction Friday, June 23rd from 7-9 PM. Please join us for this exciting new fundraiser where items open for bidding will include a signed first edition of Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman, gift certificates from 4th Avenue Yoga, Vantage Bowling Center, Casa Video, a $125 gift basket of art supplies from Arizona Art Supply, a Couple’s Membership to 191 Toole, and many more incredible items and opportunities