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Andrew Schulz

Vice President for the Arts

Dean, Fine Arts

Professor, Art

Music Bldg, Room 111
520-621-7886

Andrew Schulz joined the University of Arizona as Dean of the College of Fine Arts in July 2018. In January 2019, he was named the inaugural Vice President for the Arts and charged with carrying out the reimagined vision for the arts at the University of Arizona, as defined in the university’s strategic plan. 

As Vice President for the Arts, Schulz leads Arizona Arts, a division that provides a unified gateway to the extraordinary arts assets, experiences, and academic programs at the university. Arizona Arts brings together the highly regarded academic programs in the College of Fine Arts—the schools of dance; art; music; and theatre, film and television—together with the university’s world-class arts presenting and engagement units, including the Center for Creative Photography, the UA Museum of Art, Arizona Arts Live (formerly UA Presents), and Arizona Arts in Schools K-12 programs. 

Schulz is an award-winning teacher and one of the foremost scholars on 18th- and 19th-century Spanish art. His award-winning research has examined the role of visual culture in the construction of national and imperial identity, specifically in the Age of Enlightenment and the Romantic era. For the past several years he has been exploring the "afterlife" of Islamic culture in Spain. 

Prior to his appointment at Arizona, Schulz held administrative and tenured faculty appointments at the Pennsylvania State University, the University of Oregon, and Seattle University. On the national level, Schulz has been a leader in the Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities and in the College Art Association.

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4 days ago
Arizona Arts

TODAY … CCP OPEN HOUSE!!!
Open to the Public | Free Admission

Visit the Center for Creative Photography anytime between 12 – 7p to see the new Alice Chaiten Baker Interdisciplinary Gallery, a pop-up installation in the lobby, and our brand-new library nook. Enjoy grab and go snacks and art activities, a live DJ from 4-7p. Free parking behind the CCP from 5-7p.

Part of the Arizona Arts Signature Series!

Image: Installation view of "Photojournalism 20/20: A Think Tank for an Unimaginable Present”
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TODAY … CCP OPEN HOUSE!!! 
Open to the Public | Free Admission

Visit the Center for Creative Photography anytime between 12 – 7p to see the new Alice Chaiten Baker Interdisciplinary Gallery, a pop-up installation in the lobby, and our brand-new library nook. Enjoy grab and go snacks and art activities, a live DJ from 4-7p. Free parking behind the CCP from 5-7p.

Part of the Arizona Arts Signature Series!

Image: Installation view of Photojournalism 20/20: A Think Tank for an Unimaginable Present”
6 days ago
Arizona Arts

Tucson Lifestyle Magazine interviews Adriana Gallego (BFA ’97, Painting and Drawing), alumna from the University of Arizona School of Art, and executive director of the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona. Learn how that organization connects artists to each other, the community and to needed resources. Photo: Ed Flores

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Tucson Lifestyle Magazine interviews Adriana Gallego (BFA ’97, Painting and Drawing), alumna from the University of Arizona School of Art, and executive director of the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona. Learn how that organization connects artists to each other, the community and to needed resources. Photo: Ed Flores
 
https://azart.fyi/AdrianaLifestyle
7 days ago
Arizona Arts

Alumna Amy Duddleston earned two Emmy nominations as editor of the HBO's Mare of Easttown, career firsts.

She's edited Dexter, American Gods, The Killing and My Own Private Idaho and worked with directors like Gus Van Sant, the Russo Brothers, Lisa Cholodenko, Agnieska Holland and others.

azart.fyi/EditingEmmyNoms

Duddleston (BFA ’86, General Fine Arts), as a student, actually worked in the editing room when Revenge of the Nerds was filmed on campus in Tucson.
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Alumna Amy Duddleston earned two Emmy nominations as editor of the HBOs Mare of Easttown, career firsts.

Shes edited Dexter, American Gods, The Killing and My Own Private Idaho and worked with directors like Gus Van Sant, the Russo Brothers, Lisa Cholodenko, Agnieska Holland and others.  

https://azart.fyi/EditingEmmyNoms

Duddleston (BFA ’86, General Fine Arts), as a student, actually worked in the editing room when Revenge of the Nerds was filmed on campus in Tucson.

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