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Scottsdale is one of the most renowned urban attractions around the world. With increased online travel information, Scottsdale has stood out to tourists as a dream destination. Especially if you are an art lover, Scottsdale can be your perfect art-focused travel point. From scenic views to diverse cultures, this place has much to offer. It is also one of the few places with a wide range of public art accessible to everyone.
Here are ten ideas for every creative art-lover to cherish the best vacations at Scottsdale:

University for art lovers:
If you are an art student waiting to get your chance to learn and dwell in creative freedom, this is the chance. Scottsdale Artists’ School is a one-stop institute to liberate your creativity and allow you to learn and expand your creative skills and abilities. You will be taught by senior working professional artists who will guide you toward your destination. From charcoal, sketching, painting, drawing, and sculpture to much more, you can get everything here. The guided painting sessions will make you feel like the hidden Picasso in you has finally risen.

Enticing artwork:
A 40-year Scottsdale tradition, "America's Original ArtWalk" is held every Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. In the downtown Arts District, galleries along Main Street and Marshall Way host the annual free exhibition. Such depiction of art in public is food for the soul for all art lovers. Artists from around the world visit to view galleries, have dinner at a neighborhood restaurant, and have a wonderful learning experience.

Celebrations and events:
What is better than a vacation packed with art-based festivities throughout the year? Numerous annual events that draw locals and tourists reflect the city's rich creative heritage. The three-day Scottsdale Arts Festival, featuring various visual and performing arts, including painting, photography, music, and dance, is one of the most notable occasions. Another event is the Canal Convergence, when the Arizona Canal is transformed into a canvas for breathtaking light installations and interactive artworks, resulting in an enthralling marriage of technology and creativity. Additionally, Scottsdale's Native American legacy is highlighted during the Native Trails series, which features performances of traditional song and dance by indigenous performers and offers a chance to connect with the area's cultural roots.

The historic museums:
Scottsdale has museums that will satisfy your art-focused attraction, including many options. Visit the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art for the most recent and cutting-edge modern art displays. Western Spirit: The Museum of the West in Scottsdale, meanwhile, immerses visitors in the spirit of the American West via artwork and artifacts. No matter your choice, the museums at Scottsdale will bring a vision to your creative thinking.

Art performances:
You can enjoy inspiring performances from foreign and local performers at the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) and Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Every art lover has an eye for creative performances; this is the perfect opportunity to feel the arts right in front of yourself. Every year, thousands of tourists visit to cherish these performances, which include live music, presentations, comedies, dramas, and much more.

Wide range of art collections for the public
Scottsdale Public Art Collection is one of the most popular public art collections in Scottsdale from the beginning of 1985. There have been multiple other public events that cater to mind-blowing art for the public to view. The scenic, tourist-friendly display makes it a sight for art lovers.

Scenic views of nature
Not only does Scottsdale have a beautifully constructed infrastructure, it is also beautiful for nature lovers. The scenic lakes provide the perfect landscape for all the explorers and give them the best bike riding experience around the city. The Sonoran Desert gives a majestic view of the surrounding areas and delivers an exceptional experience.

Luxury resorts:
Scottsdale is not only famous for its destination points but also for its extensive and booming rental market. The resorts here are high-quality, top-notch staying places that will give you the ultimate luxury experience. From top-quality food to additional amenities, you have got it all covered. The increasing competitiveness has also forced every owner to bring out the best and pamper the guests with exceptional services.

Long-lived legacy
Scottsdale has also been impacted by many of Wright's previous students. One of them was the late Italian-born designer Paolo Soleri, known for his idea of "arcology" and the environmentally friendly town of Arcosanti. Similarly, art lovers will also love exploring how Soleri's well-known bronze bells are still produced at Cosanti, then travel to Old Town Scottsdale to catch a view of the Soleri Bridge and Plaza, the only one of his bridge designs to be constructed and a tribute to the significance of solar movement.

Rich history:
If you are an aspirant of learning about historical origins, Scottsdale has got you covered. The community appreciates its history with diverse, dense cultural roots. You may want to visit the Native American Learning Center at Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch or the Cultural Center at Talking Stick Resort. Furthermore, there are museums to entice your knowledge about the people's history here.

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