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National Opera Association’s “Opera Journal” Publishes Article by Alumna Dr. Piper Pack-Smith

June 18, 2019 • Fred Fox School of Music

Recent Fred Fox School of Music alumna, Dr. Piper Pack-Smith will have her article “Rediscovering the Unique Role of the Contralto in the Operas of Gioachino Rossini” published in the […]

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Karlito Miller Espinosa Accepted into the Whitney ISP

June 17, 2019 • School of Art

Congratulations to MFA Alumnus Karlito Miller Espinosa (Illustration + Design 2019) for his acceptance to the 2019/20 Independent Study Program at the Whitney Museum of Art! Miller Espinosa is a […]

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Collaborative Work Inspired by De Kooning’s “Woman-Ochre” – Featuring Faculty Artist Michelle Gott, Harp

June 13, 2019 • Fred Fox School of Music

A fantastic UA Arts moment from this semester…UA Dance Ensemble members Candice Barth, Kara Madden & Hayley Meier, School of Dance faculty member/choreographer Autumn Eckman and harpist/faculty member Michelle Gott […]

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Marina Shaltout Named the 2019 Marcia Grand Centennial Sculpture Prize Winner

June 13, 2019 • School of Art

Congratulations to MFA student Marina Shaltout (3D & Extended Media) for being chosen as the 2019 recipient of the Marcia Grand Centennial Sculpture Prize! Shaltout will be creating a largescale, […]

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Andrea Roberto, Gold Medal Winner at the 2019 Parkening International Guitar Competition

June 11, 2019 • Fred Fox School of Music

Andrea Roberto, a wonderful 23 year old Italian guitarist who will begin his MM degree at the UA Fred Fox School of Music in August, won the gold medal at […]

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UA Faculty Artist Sara Fraker Releases Album – “BOTANICA”

June 6, 2019 • Fred Fox School of Music

UA Fred Fox School of Music faculty artist Sara Fraker recently released her album titled “BOTANICA.” The album features oboist Sara Fraker and pianist Casey Robards. Exploring intersections between the human and botanical […]

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UA Alumni Glendon Gross Published in the May 2019 Brass Herald

June 6, 2019 • Fred Fox School of Music

Congratulations to UA alumni Glendon Gross for his article “Pacho Flores Master Class” published in the May 2019 issue of the Brass Herald!

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Sama Alshaibi Invited to Cairo International Biennale

June 5, 2019 • School of Art

Congratulations to Professor Sama Alshaibi (Photography, Video and Imaging) for her invitation to participate in the 13th edition of the Cairo International Biennale (CB 13)! Alshaibi is one of 80 […]

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UA Program Brings Music and Dance Education to Schools in Need

June 4, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

Housed in the UA College of Fine Arts, the CFA in Schools outreach program helps K-12 schools establish classes to teach general music, guitar, drums and dance.

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Diana Yusupov, Solo Competition Winner of the 2019 Frances Walton Competition

June 4, 2019 • Fred Fox School of Music

Congratulations to UA doctoral cello student Diana Yusupov, for winning the Solo Competition at the 2019 Frances Walton Competition in Seattle!

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CFA in Schools brings music and dance education to schools in need, setting up programs to teach guitar, drums and dance.

Congrats to Brad Richter, all of our dedicated instructors and the students who have benefited from the program.

Full Story | bit.ly/CFAinSchools
Video | youtu.be/kDLX7ZL1oCA

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CFA in Schools brings music and dance education to schools in need, setting up programs to teach guitar, drums and dance.

Congrats to Brad Richter, all of our dedicated instructors and the students who have benefited from the program. 

Full Story | http://bit.ly/CFAinSchools
Video | https://youtu.be/kDLX7ZL1oCA

pc: Bob Demers/UA News

The New York Times recently reviewed UA School of Art Professor David Taylor and Marcos Ramírez ERRE’s exhibition, DeLIMITations, examining the transitory nature of borders.
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The duo placed 47 obelisks along the original 2,400-mile 1821 U.S.-Mexico border, including this one near Leadville, Colorado.

Learn More | bit.ly/UADavidTaylor

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The New York Times recently reviewed UA School of Art Professor David Taylor and Marcos Ramírez ERRE’s exhibition, DeLIMITations, examining the transitory nature of borders.
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The duo placed 47 obelisks along the original 2,400-mile 1821 U.S.-Mexico border, including this one near Leadville, Colorado.

Learn More | http://bit.ly/UADavidTaylor

pc: David Taylor and Marcos Ramírez ERRE

Congrats to Kennady Schneider!
Amazing speech!!!

Outstanding Senior
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Congrats to Kennady Schneider!
Amazing speech!!!

Outstanding Senior
College of Fine Arts
School of Art

pc: John Nofs