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Former RENT cast member Tamika Lawrence (BFA ’10) joins “25 Years of Rent: Measured in Love,” New York Theatre Workshop’s celebration of renowned Broadway production

March 5, 2021 • College of Fine Arts

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Tony and Pulitzer-winning musical RENT, this week New York Theatre Workshop held a virtual fundraiser featuring performances by original cast members and a host […]

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“CC Dances the Go-Go” makes its hometown premiere at the 29th Annual Arizona International Film Festival

March 5, 2021 • College of Fine Arts

CC Dances the Go-Go, the latest short film by writer/director Erin Buckley and produced by School of Theatre, Film & Television Adjunct Faculty member Roweena Mackay, will screen virtually as […]

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Tilghman Moyer joins Arizona Arts as Executive Director of Development

March 5, 2021 • College of Fine Arts

Arizona Arts announces that Tilghman H. Moyer IV will assume the role of Executive Director of Development, beginning on March 29. Since 2018, Moyer has served as the vice president […]

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UArizona Alumnus Gabriel Machado – Conducting the Brazilian National Virtual Choir

March 2, 2021 • College of Fine Arts

Congratulations to UArizona alumnus Gabriel Machado, who is currently conducting the Brazilian National Virtual Choir – a project that started during the pandemic, in which over 5,000 people have participated. […]

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Foreign Policy Magazine reports on the rolling tragedy of “Missing in Brooks County”

March 1, 2021 • College of Fine Arts

Foreign Policy magazine recently published a story on immigration policy anchored by the stories told in Missing in Brooks County. Citing a “broken immigration system” and pointing out the failures of Border Patrol’s decades-long […]

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Scholarship Fundraising Milestone!

March 1, 2021 • College of Fine Arts

Thanks to the generous support of our donors, we have hit our scholarship fundraising goal of $10,000! The crowdfunding campaign which directly supports students, ends on March 15, 2021. Let’s […]

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Research, Innovation and Impact awards new production seed grants

March 1, 2021 • College of Fine Arts

The University of Arizona Office for Research, Innovation and Impact (RII) has awarded its first round of production seed grants to four faculty members in the College of Fine Arts. […]

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Dr. Immanuel T. Abraham – “24 Caprices for Solo Violin”

February 23, 2021 • College of Fine Arts

Dr. Immanuel T. Abraham, D.M.A.  graduated from the Fred Fox School of Music in 2018, with his doctorate in Violin Performance, summa cum laude. He authored the dissertation titled “J.S. […]

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RomeroFest set to celebrate the works of playwright and TFTV Associate Professor Elaine Romero

February 17, 2021 • College of Fine Arts

RomeroFest, a month-long international festival celebrating the diverse and impactful works of playwright and School of Theatre, Film & Television Associate Professor Elaine Romero, will premiere as a series of […]

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“TESORO” to screen at 28th San Diego Latino Film Festival

February 17, 2021 • College of Fine Arts

Tesoro, the short film by Roxanna Denise Stevens Ibarra (’20), has been selected to screen at the 28th annual San Diego Latino Film Festival, taking place March 11-21, 2021. One […]

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Innovators in vertical dance performance, BANDALOOP will be performing on March 8-11 on buildings on The University of Arizona campus mall.

Arizona Arts Live formerly UA Presents is bringing the boundary defining group to campus in time for Reading Days on March 8-9 on the mall.

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BANDALOOP celebrates the human spirit, nature, and communities through dance that uses climbing technology to expand and challenge what is possible. A pioneer in vertical performance, BANDALOOP seamlessly weaves dynamic physicality and intricate choreography to turn the dance floor on its side.

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Innovators in vertical dance performance, BANDALOOP will be performing on March 8-11 on buildings on The University of Arizona campus mall. 

Arizona Arts Live is bringing the boundary defining group to campus in time for Reading Days on March 8-9 on the mall.

https://arizonaartslive.com/bandaloop

BANDALOOP celebrates the human spirit, nature, and communities through dance that uses climbing technology to expand and challenge what is possible. A pioneer in vertical performance, BANDALOOP seamlessly weaves dynamic physicality and intricate choreography to turn the dance floor on its side.

Image: BANDALOOP | Jessica Swanson
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Arizona Arts

Check out the online galleries from the University of Arizona School of Art ...

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