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Tannis Gibson Named Interim Dean of the College of Fine Arts

September 1, 2017 • College of Fine Arts

Tannis Gibson, Professor of Music in the Fred Fox School of Music (FFSOM) and internationally acclaimed performance pianist and educator, is serving as Dean of the College of Fine Arts […]

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Percussion Student to Perform in Moscow After Winning Competition

October 18, 2016 • Fred Fox School of Music

UA Fred Fox School of Music percussion student Trevor Cameron Barroero, a Flinn Scholar, says “the opportunity of a lifetime” awaits him with the Moscow Symphony Orchestra.

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UA Design Students Learn the Art of the Letterpress

March 27, 2015 • School of Art

Students are learning about typesetting throught the recently expanded Book Art and Letterpress Lab. Having to sort letters one at a time, ink the rollers and handcrank a letterpress provides a sense of artistic satisfaction to an increasing number of UA students looking to expand their design skills.

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COVID-19 Updates and Resources

March 20, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

For the latest updates and guidance from the University of Arizona, please visit the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information page.   Arizona Arts Showcase The students, staff and faculty of Arizona Arts have […]

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Arizona Arts Rankings

September 8, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

Arizona Arts Rankings

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Arts Administration Minor

October 18, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

Arts Administration Minor This 18-unit Fine Arts (FA) minor is a collaboration between the College of Fine Arts and Eller College of Management. Students engage with professionals and gain insight […]

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October 29, 2020 • College of Fine Arts

 

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Director, Fred Fox School of Music Position Announcement: CFA | Arizona Arts

November 15, 2019 • College of Fine Arts

The University of Arizona Established in 1885, the University of Arizona – the state’s “super” land-grant University – has over a dozen colleges and two medical schools. It is a […]

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The BFA Acting & Musical Theatre 2021 Showcase is now live! Today, the filmed edition of Showcase 2021 is being released online via an exclusive platform for viewing by thousands of agents, casting directors, and other industry professionals across the U.S. and Canada – a vital final step in the professional training of our emerging actors. The Showcase is also available for general viewing – watch our talented graduating seniors now at showcase.tftv.arizona.edu.

Congratulations to our A/MT Class of 2021! Bear Down!
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May the Fourth Be With You.

No one captured the thrill of space exploration quite like artist Robert McCall, a major figure in the University of Arizona Museum of Art collection.

For more than 60 years, McCall chronicled the history of aviation, science and space flight and shared his vision with the world. His 35-year relationship with NASA gave Americans a view of its presence in space in ways never before imagined.

In addition to being a visual historian for NASA, McCall served as a conceptual artist for the entertainment industry. He painted the poster art for Stanley Kubrick's classic, "2001: A Space Odyssey."

He has been an inspiration to generations of astronomers, engineers, and astronauts and a model for young artists, designers and illustrators.

In 2007, McCall made the founding donation of 200 original paintings and drawings to UAMA, which helped establish UAMA’s Archive of Visual Arts.

1. Robert T. McCall, Rendezvous (from The Apollo Story portfolio), 1973, Lithograph on paper, Gift of Dr. Byron C. Butler
2. From sketchbook #304, page 7, Oct. 1994. Cactus in space?
3. From sketchbook #307, page 11, Aug. 1999.
4. Mars Metropolis
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