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Pima Council on Aging’s 2013 Generations of Commitment recipients, The Lohse Family.


Native foods of the Sonoran desert


Introduction from Yuma History documentary


Retired Intel CEO Craig Barrett talks about Arizona’s education needs and opportunities for the future.


Tucson quilter Sandy Lambert chose to immortalize one of her favorite places In Tucson — Sabino Canyon — for her entry in the “100 Quilts, 100 Years” Arizona centennial exhibit. The show is now on display at the Arizona Historical Museum, 949 E. 2nd St., Tucson, Arizona, through the end of 2012. This five minute portrait is the second of 13 monthly videos created by documentary maker Daniel Buckley for the Arizona Historical Society to augment the show.

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Highlights of the exhibition “Play Ball: The Cactus League Experience” at the Arizona Historical Society Museum in Tempe, Arizona, spring 2011.


Arizona Historical Society Executive Director Anne Woosley talks about the “100 Years, 100 Quilts” Arizona Centennial exhibit which opened February 18, 2012 at the Arizona History Museum, 949 E. 2nd Street, Tucson. The show runs through the end of the year.


Tucson side-saddle equestrian group Escaramuza Flor de Primavera performs at Old Tucson in 2007. Group member Janet Celaya talks about the tradition, the group and the outfits they wear as the female riders perform precision drills for the fans.


2012 Tucson Flamenco Festival Highlights

Casa Vicente in Tucson, Arizona hosts the fourth annual Tucson Flamenco Festival. 2012 Daniel Buckley Arts. Features ┬áLucia La Gaditana (Dancer — Cadiz, Spain), Manuel de la Cruz (Dancer – Cordoba, Spain), Jose Cortes (Singer — Southern France/Jerez de la Frontera), Chuscales (Guitarist -Granada, Spain), Joey Heredia (Percussionist — Los Angeles). Middle segment features Macarena Giraldez (Singer -Sevilla), Misael Barraza (Guitarist -Hermosillo, MX).


Depedro @ HoCo Fest 2012

Singer/songwriter Jairo Zavala is joined by Calexico’s Joey Burns, John Concertino and Jacob Valenzuela along with Sergio Mendoza during his 2012 HoCo Fest appearance at Tucson’s Hotel Congress.


“San Xavier Sunset”

Time lapse from 07/23/12; Video and Music by Daniel Buckley, All rights reserved, Daniel Buckley Arts/Saguaro Furnace Music


“In Dying Light.” Version 2.

Music and video by Daniel Buckley. Time lapse of a sunset thunderstorm in Avra Valley. Daniel Buckley Productions/Saguaro Furnace Music.


Sunset, 10/17/12 Tucson, Arizona, west of Gates Pass


The Southern Arizona sampler


Tucson Waila Festival co-founder Angelo Joaquin Jr. talks about the festival, the music, and its place in the culture of the Tohono O’odham tribe of Southern Arizona. Waila is the traditional social dance music of the Tohono O’odham (Desert People). Similar to the Mexican norteno tradition, though strictly instrumental, waila musicians play polkas, Schottisches and mazurkas in bands that typically include saxophones and/or accordions, bajo sexto or electric guitar, electric bass and drums. Older waila groups featured a fiddle tradition. The Tohono O’odham nation is the second largest Native American reservation in the United States. A peaceful people, the Tohono O’odham were here when the Spanish arrived in Southern Arizona. The Spanish called the Papago, which means “bean eater.”


Reenactment of the western-most battle of the Civil War at Picacho Peak, Arizona.


Part 2 of 2 of highlights of 09/17/10 performances at the second annual Tucson Spanish & Flamenco Festival at Casa Vicente, 375 S. Stone Ave.


Harvesting saguaro cactus fruit – Stella Tucker, a traditional nutritionist from the Tohono O’odham nation of Southern Arizona, talks about the practice of harvesting the fruit of the giant saguaro cactus, and the many ways in which the fruit is prepared for the diet of her people.

Posted July 5, 2012 by admin

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