Six Curious Food Questions from TMY Festival Attendees

Every year, at the end of each edition of Tucson Meet Yourself our staff solicits feedback from the public, participants and key stakeholders. This process (while sometimes painful for the staff and organizers) is valued tremendously in our festival organization. We learn, we reflect, we apologize, we explain, we adjust and we try to do […]

Foodways: How a Festival Whets the Appetite for Culture

Like anything else in this world, there are multiple ways to look at the role of ethnic food in a public festival. Most people reduce that multiplicity to the proverbial binary better known as “the glass is half empty” or “the glass is half full” —namely, to either a positive or a negative outlook. In […]

Video “Celebrates” TMY

On behalf of all the people who make up the TMY family, we want to express our gratitude to the MALI team from San Jose, California who produced the short video you see featured here on the right side of the home page.  MALI stands for “Multicultural Arts Leadership Institute,” a professional development project for […]