COVID-19 Updates and Resources

For the latest updates and guidance from the University of Arizona, please visit the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information page.

Wonder Makes Us Find a Way

“My Song” is our song, performed by the students of the University of Arizona College of Fine Arts.

This is my song
And nothing can make it die
It’s been so long and it’s stronger
I know why
And I wonder if you really, really know
That as long as I live I will sing my song
That as long as I live I will sing my song
That as long as I live I will sing my song for you

— Written by Labi Siffre


University of Arizona plans to resume in-person classes for Fall 2020 | April 30
UArizona President Robert C. Robbins announced a plan for bringing students, faculty and staff back to campus in the fall.

Arizona Arts announces cancellations due to Coronavirus | March 13
In the interest of the health and welfare of our students, faculty, staff, patrons, and performers, Arizona Arts is canceling all performances, exhibitions, and events through the end of the Spring 2020 semester.

Arizona Arts Showcase

The students, staff and faculty have displayed grit, resilience and creative problem solving during the COVID-19 crisis. Many times, creating innovative online versions of traditionally in-person events.

CFA Graduation Convocation

Theatre students opened the 2020 College of Fine Arts Graduation Ceremony with a very special version of The Beatles’ “All You Need is Love.” The virtual ceremony included speeches from our Outstanding Senior, Delphine Chang; Outstanding GTA, Ryan Moore, presentations from our School Directors and remarks from Andrew Schulz, Dean of the College of Fine Arts.

>> All You Need Is Love

Arts Resources

Adobe Summit Live
The annual Adobe Summit is now online and free, beginning March 31. More than 100 expert speakers.
All Arts
A free service airing digital shorts and feature films devoted to music, dance and theater.
Bomb Magazine
Resources for artists, writers, musicians and performers, including grants and assistance programs.
Broadway World
Daily “Living Room Concerts” from Broadway’s best.
Google Arts & Culture
Discover artworks and collections from 1,200 museums and institutions from around the world online.
NPR Virtual Concerts
A list of live virtual concerts to watch during the showdown from NPR Music.
Netflix Party
A new way to watch Netflix with your friends online. Video playback is synchronized with group chat.
Open Objects
View cultural heritage collections online, including history, archaeology, art and fashion.
Social Distancing Festival
A place where people can share their arts experiences from around the world.
Virtual Music Events Directory
Includes a directory of livestreaming tools, platforms and events.

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Tune in tomorrow (Thurs.) at 6p for the Pete Swan Trio ...Get ready for a swinging vid this week when we are joined by The Pete Swan Trio! Peter Swan, Robbie Lee, and Scott Krystyna Black met up with The Tucson Studio crew at the beautiful LandMark Sound Recorders studio for a memorable evening of jazz. With tunes ranging from Gershwin classics to creative & original treatments of jazz standards, this set will have you tapping your toe and snapping your fingers in no time.
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In 1978, mold-breaking queer artist Robert Rauschenberg collected objects near his Florida studio and used them to create a series of six "Publicons" - icons for the public. He envisioned them as stations, much like the Stations of the Cross observed by Christians, but they resemble religious objects in design only. In function, they are objects of secular "worship" and playfully comment on the superficiality that has replaced spirituality in American society.

Station I, which we are privileged to have in our collection, opens to reveal a canoe paddle painted with gold leaf and adorned with a blue light bulb. The patterned fabrics of the interior seem to represent the materialism of contemporary culture, with the blue light calling to mind the "blue light specials" held by retail giant K-Mart.

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