Sneak peek of Tucson’s Modernism Week

The Guy Green Desert Museum in 1965 (courtesy of Tucson Modernism Week)

    Fans of midcentury design, time to grab a ticket to Tucson. The Arizona city's annual Modernism Week begins Friday, October 2, highlight...

The Guy Green Desert Museum in 1965 (courtesy of Tucson Modernism Week)

Fans of midcentury design, time to grab a ticket to Tucson. The Arizona city’s annual Modernism Week begins Friday, October 2, highlighting the way the architectural characteristics of MCM design were translated with regional materials–and how it continues to evolve.

Some can’t-miss highlights:

  • A walking tour of modern landmarks in downtown Tucson
  • An intimate session with master sign maker Jude Cook as he explains what goes into restoring signs made in the ’50s and ’60s
  • A vintage trailer show (!)
  • A home tour of some of the best examples of the style across the city.
An all-access pass to the whole week is only $150, or you can check the schedule to buy a la carte tickets for each event.