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5 hours ago
Arizona Arts

University of Arizona School of Art Assistant Professor Alex Macias recently completed an artist-in-residency with the Wassaic Project in New York.

Repost from Alex Macias Art.

“The beauty of spending a month in a residency with complete strangers, is that you tend to walk away with work you’re proud of (and not so proud of), and friends for life. I know that I’ll be heading back to Tucson with a fresh crop of ideas to explore in my own studio. It’s also just been a dream spending time in New York, both in the city and upstate. I don’t exaggerate when I say that this career path has given me more than I could’ve ever expected and imagined. As I grow older, I become more aware of what life has handed me and I’m truly Wassaic Projects surreal sometimes.”

The Wassaic Project, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, invites emerging contemporary artists, filmmakers, writers, and more to their residency programs – a community of artists -- which includes visiting artist lectures, monthly artist presentations, studio visits, and 24-hour access to private studio spaces.

First image: Brothers, graphite and acrylic oThe University of Arizona his brother Adrian Macias.

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6 days ago
Arizona Arts

"The arts provide so much value in terms of helping us understand what it means to be human, understanding what empathy is, understanding how to tell our stories and how to understand the stories of others," said Andy Schulz, vice president for the arts at The University of Arizona.

“The arts provide this incredible lens into the human experience.”

Learn more about the Arts Master Plan.
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The arts provide so much value in terms of helping us understand what it means to be human, understanding what empathy is, understanding how to tell our stories and how to understand the stories of others, said Andy Schulz, vice president for the arts at The University of Arizona. 

“The arts provide this incredible lens into the human experience.”

Learn more about the Arts Master Plan.
https://azart.fyi/MasterPlanGateway
7 days ago
Arizona Arts

Go for a walk in the woods …

“trees stir in their leaves”

An immersive artCenter for Creative Photographyreative Photography. Now through July 23.

Plus, “Trees: A Community ArtLaboratory of Tree-Ring Researchaboratory of Tree-Ring Research with photos submitted by the Tucson community.

Image: Pinus longaeva D.K. Bailey (bristlecone pine), Longest living species on earth with individuals living over 4000 years, Photograph taken by Charlotte Pearsson, White Mountains, California, 2021, digital print, The Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona

Image: Virgin forest of red spruce and hemlock, Adirondack Mountains, New York, Early 20th Century, digitized from lantern slide, The Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona
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Go for a walk in the woods …

“trees stir in their leaves”

An immersive art exhibition at the Center for Creative Photography. Now through July 23.

Plus, “Trees: A Community Art Project,” hosted by the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research with photos submitted by the Tucson community.

Image: Pinus longaeva D.K. Bailey (bristlecone pine), Longest living species on earth with individuals living over 4000 years, Photograph taken by Charlotte Pearsson, White Mountains, California, 2021, digital print, The Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona

Image: Virgin forest of red spruce and hemlock, Adirondack Mountains, New York, Early 20th Century, digitized from lantern slide, The Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of ArizonaImage attachment
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