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Lisanne Skyler’s Five Favorite Art Documentaries

December 13, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

“Brillo Box (3¢ Off),” Lisanne Skyler’s Oscar-shortlisted documentary film, which debuted on HBO in August 2017, is available for viewing again on all HBO platforms. Skyler is an award-winning writer/director […]

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Tamika Lawrence (BFA 2010) Joins Broadway’s ‘Caroline, or Change’

December 13, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

Tamika Lawrence will play Dotty Moffett in the upcoming adaptation of Caroline, or Change. Tamika graduated from our BFA Musical Theatre program in 2010, has been a part of many awesome productions […]

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TFTV’s Film Program has ranked in the Top 25 of The Wrap’s Top 50 Films Schools

December 10, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

Our program has once again ranked in The Wrap’s Top 50 U.S. Film Schools list! This is The Wrap’s fourth annual film school ranking. The School of Theatre, Film & Television has moved up […]

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Associate Professor Lawrence Gipe Completes Residency in China

December 6, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

Associate Professor Lawrence Gipe interacting with Tsinghua University students. Associate Professor Lawrence Gipe (2D/Painting and Drawing) participated in a residency at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China this fall. As part of […]

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HarpFusion Performs for Gila Valley Schools and Residents

December 5, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

Gila Valley Arts Council Harp Fusion Residency November, 21, 2019 Harp Fusion served our valley on Thursday, November 21st via daytime performances at 8 venues in Graham County (Bonita Elementary, […]

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TFTV Alumnus Lindsay Utz and Nels Bangerter Discover Story in Cinematic Non-Fiction

December 5, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

All too often a nonfiction film’s cinematic possibilities deflate in post-production, where the pressure, both internal and external, to make something formulaic becomes intense. The irony, of course, is that […]

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Documentaries: Cooking in the crock pot

November 26, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

Beverly Seckinger compares documentary filmmaking to cooking. “Documentary filmmaking is more like cooking in the crock pot instead of the microwave,” she explained with a laugh. “It takes time to […]

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Q&A: Dorsey Kaufmann’s “Ripple Effect”

November 21, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

Dorsey Kaufmann is an MFA candidate in Illustration and Design at the University of Arizona School of Art, who works in Dr. Monica Ramírez-Andreotta’s Integrated Environmental Science and Health Risk […]

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TFTV Alumnus & ‘Rutherford Falls’ Co-Creator Sierra Teller Ornelas Inks Overall Deal With Universal TV

November 20, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

Sierra Teller Ornelas, co-creator of Peacock’s upcoming comedy Rutherford Falls, is expanding her relationship with the studio behind the series starring Ed Helms, which she co-created and executive produces with him and […]

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Wonder makes us create

November 20, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

Arizona School of Art Professor and internationally-renowned artist Sama Alshaibi is featured in the University of Arizona’s branding campaign, “Wonder Makes Us,” both in video form as well as billboards […]

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University of Arizona College of Fine Arts

Our program once again stars in The Wrap's annual Top 50 U.S. Film Schools issue! The School of Theatre, Film & Television has jumped 10 spots from last year and is now one of the Top 25 Film Schools in the U.S., as ranked by Hollywood professionals.

Read the full issue at: www.thewrap.com/collegewrap-2019/
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Hayley Meier, a MFA Candidate in dance, is featured in both the @UArizona -- a Hayley takeover -- and @lifeatarizona Instagram Stories today.

Plus, there is a profile of her for the University's Wonder campaign.

Take a look. | wonder.arizona.edu/profiles/

Photo by Ed Flores.
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Hayley Meier, a MFA Candidate in dance, is featured in both the @UArizona -- a Hayley takeover -- and @lifeatarizona Instagram Stories today. 

Plus, there is a profile of her for the Universitys Wonder campaign. 

Take a look. | https://wonder.arizona.edu/profiles/

Photo by Ed Flores.

2 weeks ago

University of Arizona College of Fine Arts

UA Dance Alumni always stand out in a crowd! Check out what the “New York Post” had to say about freshman Rockette and 2019 BFA graduate Megan Garcia:

“Megan Garcia, a 22-year-old Latina from Naperville, Ill., received a huge surprise at the finale of the Rockettes’ “summer intensive” training program. A manager announced to the 60 women on stage, along with friends and families, that Garcia was hired on the spot. The other women crowded around to give her a group hug.
‘I’ve wanted to become a professional dancer nearly all my life,” she said. “It was a dream come true.’”
Annie Wermiel/NY Post

nypost.com/2019/10/19/meet-the-new-diverse-faces-of-the-rockettes/?utm_source=The+Dance+Edit+News...
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