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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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1 week ago

Arizona Arts

The Wrap has published its annual ranking of the top 50 Film Schools in the U.S. and once again TFTV features prominently at #26! The rankings are determined by a poll of more than 2,000 entertainment industry leaders, educators, deans, filmmakers and film commentators, along with experts tasked with evaluating each school. We're proud that TFTV consistently places in this highly anticipated ranking.

Find out why TFTV earned the kudos in the 2020 online issue: www.thewrap.com/college-wrap-2020-top-50-u-s-film-schools/.
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2 weeks ago

Arizona Arts

Check out the stuff of synth pop dreams tonight at 6pm, and join us for Night Weather's color-drenched set in Centennial Hall.

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Check out the stuff of synth pop dreams tonight at 6pm, and join us for Night Weathers color-drenched set in Centennial Hall. 

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