A smörgåsbord of food, non-stop live music and an excess of premium art: This year’s Scottsdale Arts Festival isn’t messing around.
Tim Peterson started in his teens collecting Western and Native American art and artifacts.
Scottsdale Fashion Square, which recently debuted its newly renovated luxury wing this fall, has added a new tenant to its roster: Los Angeles-based Wonderspaces, an innovative, interactive art installation concept.
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