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‘Missing in Brooks County’ makes its European premiere this week at the Global Health Film Festival

November 30, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

An opening scene from Missing in Brooks County encapsulates the David-and-Goliath theme that runs through much of the 2020 Global Health Film Festival. Impassioned filmmakers follow well-meaning individuals as they mount small, […]

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‘Missing in Brooks County’ captures perseverance and tragedy at the US/Mexico border

November 30, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

Listen to an Arizona Spotlight interview with Jacob Bricca and Lisa Molomot, the TFTV faculty filmmakers behind the documentary “Missing in Brooks County.” The film follows two families desperately searching […]

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Faculty Artist Oboist Sara Fraker Featured on CBC Radio

November 29, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

Faculty artist oboist Sara Fraker was featured this week on CBC Radio in a full-length interview with plant ecologist Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer, who appeared as a guest artist at […]

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Filmmakers making a social impact: how filmmaker Jillian Corsie (’10) is helping to change our world

November 17, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

Filmmaker and TFTV alumna Jillian Corsie (’10) is dedicated to telling stories that shine a light on difficult subjects and showcase strong female role models on screen. Trichster, her debut feature documentary, has been viewed […]

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Mural Coming to School of Art

November 5, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

Digital rendering of the mural view from Speedway. The School of Art is getting a new mural. Recent alumnus and internationally renowned muralist Karlito Miller Espinosa, aka Mata Ruda, is […]

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Kareem-Anthony Ferreira at Nino Mier Gallery

November 3, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

School of Art alumnus and Canadian artist Kareem-Anthony Ferreira was featured as Nino Mier Gallery Los Angeles’ first solo exhibition September 12 – October 3, 2020. Kareem-Anthony Ferreira, a first-generation […]

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Dual degree approach to storytelling

November 2, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

Roxanna Denise Stevens Ibarra is a double degree student at the College of Fine Arts. She graduated last spring with her BFA in Film and Television, and is now completing […]

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Arts and humanities ranks 10th in nation

November 2, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

The University of Arizona’s arts and humanities programs move up to No. 10 among public universities and No. 26 among all U.S. institutions in the 2021 Times Higher Education World […]

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Better Together: University Pen Pals

November 2, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

As a winner of the #BearDownMaskUp Challenge, dance major Christina Calden hopes to keep students connected via the University Pen Pals. This new program aims to link students via letters, […]

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Local heroes will be immortalized in Monuments

October 30, 2020 • Arizona Arts Live

Arizona Arts Live is honoring local, unsung heroes with an innovative art installation near Centennial Hall in the Main Gate Square and Geronimo Square. Monuments will be on display nightly now […]

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Events

MFA Thesis Gallery
School of Art
Quintetto Profano
Fred Fox School of Music
I Dream in Widescreen
School of Theatre, Film & Television
Virtual Showcase with Zach Filkins of OneRepublic
Arizona Arts in Schools
Freedom Must Be Lived: Marion Palfi’s America
Center for Creative Photography
Southern Arizona artists in concert at The Tucson Studio
UA Presents

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Arizona Arts

One of the most treasured traditions of the holiday season, The University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music’s annual Holiday Card to Tucson will be streamed on YouTube on Dec. 6. The signature choral concert of the year can be seen at no charge on the Fred Fox School of Music and Arizona Arts YouTube channels at 3 p.m, featuring:

> The Arizona Choir
> Symphonic Choir
> University Community Chorus
> Tucson Girls Chorus
> Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus
> And much, much more

Learn More | azart.fyi/HolidayCard2020

University of Arizona Choirs
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One of the most treasured traditions of the holiday season, The University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music’s annual Holiday Card to Tucson will be streamed on YouTube on Dec. 6. The signature choral concert of the year can be seen at no charge on the Fred Fox School of Music and Arizona Arts YouTube channels at 3 p.m, featuring: 

> The Arizona Choir
> Symphonic Choir
> University Community Chorus
> Tucson Girls Chorus
> Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus
> And much, much more

Learn More | https://azart.fyi/HolidayCard2020

University of Arizona Choirs

4 days ago

Arizona Arts

Save the Dates! UA Dance Digital Debut: Dec. 15-20, 2020 & Jan. 5-10, 2021- An online performance program featuring works produced during the Fall 2020 semester, including an excerpt from Paul Taylor's “Cloven Kingdom.” Registration information coming soon!

Photo: UA Dance Ensemble members in “Cloven Kingdom” by Paul Taylor
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5 days ago

Arizona Arts

Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

We are thankful for a lot, especially the many special people who make up #arizonaarts.

Like Karlito Miller Espinosa and Brisa Tzintzun who are creating this mural on the University of Arizona School of Art Joseph Gross Gallery.
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