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Alumnus Keitaro Harada Named Associate Conductor of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra

July 10, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

In addition to beginning his appointment as music and artistic director of the Savannah Philharmonic early this month, Maestro Harada has been named associate conductor of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra […]

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Alumni Simone Gorete Machado

July 9, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

Simone Gorete Machado 2006 Simone Gorete Machado (DMA in Piano Performance, 2006)   Since receiving her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in piano performance in 2006, Fred Fox School of […]

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Concert Series continues with new performances by local musicians

July 9, 2020 • UA Presents

The Tucson Studio Concert Series continues this month with new performances recorded live on location at LandMark Sound Recorders, Wooden Tooth Records, and the Health Sciences Innovation Building at the […]

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University of Arizona’s School of Theatre, Film & Television announces shift to digital entertainment industry event to launch I DREAM IN WIDESCREEN 2020

July 8, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

For Immediate Release Press Contact: Kerryn Negus knegus@email.arizona.edu Tucson, AZ (July 9, 2020) – The University of Arizona’s School of Theatre, Film & Television presents the 15th edition of I […]

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Alumni Ana Laura González & Daniel Buttermann

July 6, 2020 • Fred Fox School of Music

“Le cygne” (The Swan) from “Carnival des Animaux” (Carnival of the Animals) by Camille Saint-Saëns (original for cello, played on bass flute) Fred Fox School of Music alumni are staying […]

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Alumna Yi-Qing Tang Shares Recently Published Psychology Research Paper

July 2, 2020 • Fred Fox School of Music

Fred Fox School of Music alumna Yi-Qing Tang shares her psychology research paper, which was recently published in “Frontiers in Psychology.” Her article, titled “Music Performance Anxiety: Can Expressive Writing […]

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AJDS 2020 Postponed

June 29, 2020 • School of Dance

Dear Arizona Jazz Dance Showcase Community, Due to the uncertainty surrounding the trajectory of COVID-19 in the coming months, we have made the difficult decision to postpone Arizona Jazz Dance […]

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Black Lives Matter.

June 29, 2020 • Fred Fox School of Music

As faculty, staff, students, and administrators, the Fred Fox School of Music community unequivocally denounces racism in all its forms. We are shocked and we abhor recent examples of blatant […]

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UArizona alumni perform covers on YouTube with their 8-year-old son Max

June 23, 2020 • Fred Fox School of Music

UArizona alumni perform covers on YouTube with their 8-year-old son Max. “Here Comes The Sun,” performed by the Tagawa Trio Laura Tagawa (2013 DMA in violin performance) Laura is a […]

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KJZZ story, “How 2 Notes In ‘Jaws’ Can Create Such An Emotional Effect” featuring faculty member Don Traut.

June 23, 2020 • Fred Fox School of Music

KJZZ story, “How 2 Notes In ‘Jaws’ Can Create Such An Emotional Effect” by Lauren Gilger and Kaely Monahan and featuring the University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music […]

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Arizona Arts stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter

June 19, 2020 • Arizona Arts

Message from the Dean Our nation, our city, our university, and our communities are grieving the continued violent murders of Black people like George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and […]

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Museum video series, “Art Sprouts,” blooms during quarantine

June 19, 2020 • University of Arizona Museum of Art

University of Arizona Museum of Art staff are taking to YouTube to bring family-friendly art activities to the Tucson community with a program called Art Sprouts. Art Sprouts originally was […]

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UA alumna Mindy Martin Forehand named a quarterfinalist for the GRAMMY Music Educator Award

June 17, 2020 • Fred Fox School of Music

UA alumna Mindy Martin Forehand (M.M. in Choral Conducting, May 2014) has been named a quarterfinalist for the GRAMMY Music Educator Award! She is the Director of Choral Activities at […]

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“Dance Colleges and Careers” podcast episode with Melissa Lowe

June 16, 2020 • School of Dance

Melissa Lowe, University of Arizona School of Dance Professor and Director of Student Services and Advising, joins Brittany Noltimier of InstaDance Coach for a podcast episode of “Dance Colleges and […]

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TFTV & T.A.P. Invite You to Join Us and Take Action Together

June 16, 2020 • School of Theatre, Film & Television

Ahead of a developing action plan in which we aim to make long-term and sustainable changes to the culture of the School of Theatre, Film & Television, we invite you […]

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Alumnus Robert Williams, principal bassoonist in the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

June 15, 2020 • Fred Fox School of Music

UA alumnus Robert Williams is retiring after a 46-year career as the principal bassoonist in the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. He lives in Tucson and his wife, Treva Womble, retired DSO […]

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EXPLORING TITLE IX THROUGH FILM

June 15, 2020 • School of Theatre, Film & Television

The desire to understand Title IX is one of the many reasons that School of Theatre, Film & Television student Joann Kohng decided to make a documentary about sexual assault […]

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TFTV Alumni Sean Olson opens newest feature film at RoadHouse Cinemas in AZ

June 11, 2020 • School of Theatre, Film & Television

TFTV graduate Sean Olson opened his newest feature film, Max Winslow and the House of Secrets, in Arizona on Wednesday. The film opened with RoadHouse Cinemas in both Tucson and Scottsdale, Ariz. […]

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Online Graduate Gallery Launches with MFA Showcase

May 29, 2020 • School of Art

During the last year of their coursework, Master of Fine Arts students work closely with faculty to develop an original body of work that contributes to the discipline in novel […]

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School of Theatre, Film & Television presents unique, ‘unplugged’ edition of Magic Hour

May 28, 2020 • School of Theatre, Film & Television

TUCSON, AZ [May 27 2020] – The School of Theatre, Film & Television will present a special edition of Magic Hour, the annual screening of short fiction films made by […]

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UA Presents offers resources for local musicians with The Tucson Studio

May 21, 2020 • UA Presents

UA Presents is excited to announce the launch of The Tucson Studio, an online resource for Southern Arizona musicians that offers technical assistance with audio and video production for live […]

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In a Time of Lockdown, the Arts Take Center Stage

May 18, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

Experts from the College of Fine Arts say this is a good time to focus on creating your own art, in addition to taking in your favorite movies, shows, books […]

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Leader, mentor, visionary: TFTV alumna Megan Donnelly is a 2020 Reel Woman

May 15, 2020 • School of Theatre, Film & Television

Megan Donnelly is the Technical and Educational Development Manager at AbelCine as well as a Director of Photography and Local 600 Camera Operator. Originally from Mesa, Arizona, Megan Donnelly graduated […]

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Air traffic controller turned technical theatre major: Chris Mason is TFTV’s Outstanding Senior

May 15, 2020 • School of Theatre, Film & Television

Graduation day will be different for the University of Arizona’s class of 2020. The ceremony will be online. “When I graduated high school, I messed around. I went to Pima […]

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In a Time of Lockdown, the Arts Take Center Stage

May 13, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

In a Time of Lockdown, the Arts Take Center Stage Andy Ober Art of all types has proven to be a key outlet for millions of Americans looking for entertainment […]

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Dr. Lori Wiest appointed Director of the Fred Fox School of Music

May 13, 2020 • College of Fine Arts | Fred Fox School of Music

Dear Arizona Arts faculty and staff, I am delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Lori Wiest as the next Director of the Fred Fox School of Music. Dr. Wiest […]

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TFTV Alum Sierra Ornelas Creates #Donation4NavajoNationChallenge to benefit Navajo Citizens in wake of COVID-19

May 13, 2020 • School of Theatre, Film & Television

The Navajo Nation has the third highest covid-19 infection rate per-capita in the country, behind New York and New Jersey. TFTV alumna Sierra Ornelas, a Navajo Mexican-American writer and showrunner […]

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Q&A: “Outstanding Senior” Delphine Chang

May 12, 2020 • College of Fine Arts | School of Dance

The 2020 College of Fine Arts and the School of Dance “Outstanding Senior” is Delphine Chang, who will be graduating summa cum laude from School of Dance with a minor […]

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A Musical Field Experience in New York City

May 12, 2020 • Fred Fox School of Music

At the invitation of the New York Philharmonic Archives, several music graduate students — Olman Alfaro Portuguez, Donté Ford, Grant Knox, Tad Biggs, Eloy Ramirez, Charles du Preez, and Mariana […]

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I Dream in Widescreen
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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
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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.
Video will premiere this Thursday at 6pm on Facebook, Youtube, and thetucsonstudio.com
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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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