Changing Exhibits Galleries
Center Gallery- Shelly Black, Karina Puga, and Samantha Schwann
Lower Level Bag Belts 1 & 2- Bill Baker
Upper Link Gallery- Jeff Ferst
Welcome Lounge A- Parks In Focus
Welcome Lounge B- Pima Community College's Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery
Work by: David Andres; Greg Benson; Thomas Philabalm; Rose Johnson; Charlotte Bender
Work by: Thomas Kerrigan; Monica Jost; Michael Berman; Virginia Hall; Charlotte Bender; Gail Marcus-Orlen; Bruce McGrew
Ticketing Center Core
Work by Thomas Philabalm
Work by: Nancy Tokar-Miller; Joyce Septimus; Lynn O'Brien; Elizabeth Frank; Judith D'Agostino; Timothy Archibald; John Davis; Linda Fry-Poverman; Brenda Semanick-Locascio; Barbara Smith; Sue Betanzos
Sue Betanzos, Louise Sepra, William Lesch, David Burckhaulter, Douglas Denniston, Louise Serpa, Lorin Labardee, Vivian Mallette-Hutchins, John Davis
Work by: Sue Betanzos; Louise Sepra; William Lesch; David Burckhaulter; Douglas Denniston; Louise Serpa; Lorin Labardee; Vivian Mallette-Hutchins; John Davis
Concourse A & B
Mosaic Tile Work by Susan Gamble
Rental Car Facility
Work by: John Louder; David Aguirre
Work by: Stephen Fairfield, Patrick Marcus, and Emily Taylor; John Heric; Barbara Gryguitus Page Cotton, and John Moore
In 1987 the Tucson Airport Authority Board of Directors made a commitment to acquire art for the airport. Now more than 100 original works of art by artists living in Tucson’s air service trade area, which includes Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, and Cochise counties and northern Sonora, Mexico, are represented in the collection.
Integrating art into the terminal structure is a component of the program. As part of the terminal expansion, art walls at the security checkpoints, on the baggage belts, and at the restrooms entrances feature original work from Arizona artists. Other sculptural art has also been integrated throughout the terminal complex.
This map and guide was created for airport visitors who have a few extra minutes to tour the art collection and exhibits.
In 1991 the airport initiated a temporary art exhibition program to enhance the traveling public’s experience by creating a memorable environment that promotes southern Arizona’s unique artistic and cultural heritage. Today the program boasts five galleries where displays are rotated throughout the year.
Artists and nonprofit organizations wishing to display art at TUS can apply with our NEW online system Artist’s Interest Form (button below) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Emailed applications should include an Artist’s Interest Form.
In 2007 the airport launched a performing arts program for individuals and groups to provide a cultural experience for our traveling public, meeters/greeters and employees at the airport.