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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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Congrats to Kennady Schneider!
Amazing speech!!!

Outstanding Senior
College of Fine Arts
School of Art

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Congrats to Kennady Schneider!
Amazing speech!!!

Outstanding Senior
College of Fine Arts
School of Art

pc: John Nofs

A few images from today’s Undergraduate Convocation. Congrats to all of our graduates.

What talent! You make us proud!

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Candice Barth, the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant award winner for the School of Dance and the College of Fine Arts with Associate Professor Amy Ernst.

Today we celebrate the Undergraduate Convocation, 2p at Centennial Hall.

The ceremony is being recorded and will be available next week.

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Candice Barth, the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant award winner for the School of Dance and the College of Fine Arts with Associate Professor Amy Ernst.

Today we celebrate the Undergraduate Convocation, 2p at Centennial Hall.

The ceremony is being recorded and will be available next week.

pc: Jeff Brems

 

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Congratulations Candice Barth! I was so proud when I won that award in 2000 - I think that was before you came to UA as an undergrad!! Wonderful to see you and Amy!!!

So proud of you, Candice, and your work!