Judd Herberger loved art all his life. Friends and family remember Herberger as one of the most generous and unforgettable people, providing space and potential for others to benefit from art in their lives.

He passed away at 79 from heart failure on Oct. 27, just 10 days after hosting donors at his home for the American Heart Association’s Phoenix Heart Ball.

Herberger and his wife Billie Jo were benevolent supporters of the Heart Ball event normally held in November.

‘Ready to tackle the world’

Herberger and his parents moved to Arizona in the 1940s.

The family was the original benefactors of Herberger Theater Center which opened in 1989 in Phoenix. The Herberger Theater now has seven individual theaters that perform there, an art gallery and an outside area created during the coronavirus pandemic so the show could go on.

The theater’s website says Herberger was involved with the theater

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We’re proud to announce that the Phoblographer is media partner for the current Sony World Photography Awards. Lots of folks scoff at the idea of entering modern photography contests. But for years, the Sony World Photography Awards have fascinated editors, art buyers, curators, and more. We’ve featured various winners over the years, and we spoken to a few folks who’ve had a jumpstart to their career because of it. And today, we’re letting photographers know about a special deal that Phoblographer’s readers can snag. All the details you care about are below in an easy to digest format.

Who: Photographers looking to get more recognition for the important work that they’re doing should enter the Sony World Photography awards. Previous winners include Julien Mauve, Emil Rashkovski, Rory Doyle, Nick Saglimbeni, Sophie Gamand, and Karl Grenet.

What: Entering up to three images is free, but

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