Day 5 of our spring break was a day off of climbing for all of us. It was also a day off from photography for me, with the exception of a few phone images, which I will share here. We drove into downtown Tucson and spent the day there. After eating lunch at a delicious local brewery, we headed to Museum of Contemporary Art of Tucson. It was a difficult place to find, and we wandered around it for a little before finally finding the entrance.
The museum is a pretty unique place. It is located in the old fire station headquarters, and the old garage area is now an exhibition space. Unfortunately the work in the garage was being taken down, so we were only able to see the one exhibition that was inside.
After finishing at the MOCA I really wanted to visit a more traditional museum, so we headed to the Tucson Museum of Art. When we arrived, we were told that it would be free in 15 minutes, so to kill time we visited the cafe and each got an Italian Soda (they were delicious). Photography isn’t allowed in the gallery spaces (of course) so this was the last shot I got of the day, but it was a wonderful, inspirational day for me.