Tucson Museum of Art: Body Language

The Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block, located on Alameda Street of Downtown, is a place where art and culture collide. The museum’s main exhibit, Body Languages, asks viewers to think about the important role our body language plays in the way we communicate with others. This compelling collection will not disappoint, as it is full of color, depth and meaning.


Monday: Closed

Tuesday-Saturday : 10 AM-5 PM

Sunday: 12 PM-5 PM


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