Relive & Reflect 2011 – 2016

We are taking a look back at past events and artist that were covered around Arizona, from 2011 – 2016. This is a quick look into a full segment that will be posted up soon called “Collagumentary”

Here is a list of all the events in their entirety that were shown in this segment.

Phoenix Comicon : Phoenix Convention Center

Phoenix Comicon – Cosplay – Day 2
Phoenix Comicon – Cosplay – Day 3

Captain Willy’s Short Notice Circus : Hair Pollution

Captain Willy’s Short Notice Circus

Captain Willy’s Short Notice Circus (Belly Dance)

Jen Deveroux’s Madame Trapeze : Crescent Ballroom

Madame Trapeze
Jen Deveroux’s Lambchop : Monarch Theatre


Jen Deveroux’s G-string : Monarch Theatre

G-string swimsuit 

Jen Deveroux’s Medusa’s Revenge : Gypsy Bar

Medusas revenge

Jen Deveroux’s Penguin Odyssey : Gypsy Bar

Penguin Odyssey

The Coffee Shop Tours : Jobot Coffee

Coffee Shop Tours

Art Detour 28 : Roosevelt Row

Art Detour 28

Furne One Fashion Show : Scottsdale Air Center

Furne One Spring Collection

Rolf’s Salon Grand opening : Rolf’s Salon

Grand Opening

Reign Artist Presents Synesthetic : The Venue


Phoenix Fashion Week : Talking Stick Resort

Phoenix Fashion Week 2012
Phoenix Fashion Week 2012 – Day 4

Big Game Big Give : Secret Location

Big Game Big Give

Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival : Jerome Arizona

1st Annual Jerome I F & M F

Film Rally : Arizona State Capital

Film Rally Event

Mesa Artspace Lofts Artist Design Workshops : Mesa Urban Garden

Mesa Artspace Workshops

Spark! : Mesa Arts Center

Spark! 2014
Spark! 2016

Spark After Dark : Mesa Arts Center

Spark After Dark

A Cirque -ish Event : Mesa Arts Center

A Cirque-ish Event

Life Drawing Session : Jarrod’s Coffee, Tea & Gallery

Goddess of Yoga

Horticultured : Mesa Urban Garden


Southwest Maker Fest : Downtown Mesa

Southwest Maker Fest

New Year’s Eve Block Party : Mill Ave

Tempe NYE block party

Taking a look back

Come on a journey before the show was recorded on HD! Look back at some of the #artist & venues that have come and gone and some that are still going strong. Here’s to great memories in the past and looking forward to the future! Stay tuned for Volume II of
Making a scene in AZ chapters 2012-2016 Collagumentary. Fameaztv, #MakingasceneinAz since 2008! #Arizona #AZ #Film #Fashion #Art #Actors#Music #Models #Entertainment #Events #tbt

Day 2 of Cosplay fun at Phoenix Comicon, gets real.

A montage of Phoenix Comicon cosplayers on day two at the Phoenix Convention Center.

Phoenix Comicon 2016 – day 1

Cosplay montage of Day 1 at Phoenix Comicon 2016.

Day 1 of Phoenix Comicon 2016, do you see yourself?

Watch the sea of people before the flood gates opened at 5:30 min into the vid. Feel free to share, like or tag yourself or anyone you know in the video. There is more live shots from Day 1 at the Exhibitor Hall and Hall of Heroes on the FB page Fameaztv Show . Full segment of day 1 coming soon! #‎Cosplay ‬‪#‎Phoenixcomicon

Spark! After Dark

To add more to the creative scene that is happening in Downtown Mesa. Mesa Art Center has turned its annual Spark! event into a experimental monthly artist and community gathering. This past event patrons experienced live music, interactive art activities such as creating art with wine stains and writing down your thoughts on “poetry cubes” created by Creative Catalysts. Plus art and entertainment from poets and dance choreographers. Next Spark! After Dark will be on May 21, 2016. click here for more info.


Music: AZ Beat Lab

Poetry : Phonetic Spit

Barbers: Prime Cut And Sew

Dance Performance: CaZo  Dance Company

Spark! Mesa’s Festival of Creativity 2016

Spark! Is Mesa’s Festival of Creativity and encourages you to unlock your creativity and explore.

Art Detour 28

Art Detour contributed to the rapid growth of Phoenix First Friday’s Artwalk. This event provides a rare opportunity to see and connect with many artist, creatives and galleries around phoenix in one event. It is also a behind the scenes look at some of Phoenix visual artist and their studios that are not usually open to the public.