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Brief History

Fine Arts has been an important part of the University of Arizona from the very beginning. The second annual register, 1892-93, informs us that four Schools of Art (Music, Painting, Drawing, Elocution) “will be maintained, if enough encouragement be given in the number of pupils.” According to unofficial records, Fine Arts was duly constituted as a College in 1934, and included the departments of Art, Dramatic Art, Speech, and the School of Music. Today the College of Fine Arts offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs through the Schools of Art, Dance, Music, and Theatre, Film and Television.

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It has been an incredible year at @uafinearts with Interim Dean Tannis Gibson at the helm. We thank her for her leadership, her knowledge, her boundless enthusiasm, and for her kind heart. We wish her well with her future exciting endeavors! Pictured: Professor Gibson receives a farewell gift while CFA Associate Dean Martina Shenal looks on. ... See MoreSee Less

It has been an incredible year at @uafinearts with Interim Dean Tannis Gibson at the helm. We thank her for her leadership, her knowledge, her boundless enthusiasm, and for her kind heart. We wish her well with her future exciting endeavors! Pictured: Professor Gibson receives a farewell gift while CFA Associate Dean Martina Shenal looks on.

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Arizona Jazz Dance Showcase
Arizona Jazz Dance Showcase 2018 is set to ignite energy and inspire passion. Visit jazzshowcase.arizona.edu to secure your spot today!
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