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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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2 days ago

Arizona Arts

Even Ansel Had to Earn a Living: Virtual talk with Rebecca Senf is this morning at 11am PT. Becky Senf Ccp will speak about and read short excerpts from her new book "Making a Photographer: The Early Work of Ansel Adams," which reveals details about how the photographer’s early decades changed the course of his successful career. Bring questions for a lively discussion with this Ansel Adams scholar. Co-organized by the Center for Photographic Art (Carmel, CA) and the Center for Creative Photography (Tucson, AZ), registration is required for this free virtual talk.

Register here: arizona.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_6naW-PNzRnqzUHMfxxhodw
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3 days ago

Arizona Arts

This Wednesday at 11am PT, the CCP and Center for Photographic Art present "Even Ansel Adams Had to Earn a Living: Looking at His Early Commercial Work and How it Influenced His Art with Dr. Rebecca Senf (Becky Senf Ccp)."

Register for this free virtual event by following this event page link, and bring questions for a lively discussion with this Ansel Adams scholar: www.facebook.com/events/1176788165999784/
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