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Barbea Williams

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Ina Gittings Bldg, Room 121
520-621-4698

Barbea Williams, Adjunct Faculty, is an award-winning performer dedicated to sharing ethnic dance, theatre and visual cultural traditions that derive from Africa and the African Diaspora, as an Arts Educator, Performing and Visual Artist. She has worked as Adjunct Faculty for the School of Dance at the University of Arizona for seven years. During this time she founded the UA Afrikana Dance Ensemble specializing in African and African Latino cultural expressions offering classes, workshops and performances for the School of Dance and University of Arizona community. In addition, she is on the Folk Teaching Artist Roster with the Arizona Commission on the Arts and Tucson Pima Arts Council, Teaching Artist for Tucson Unified School District’s OMA (Opening Minds through the Arts) Arts in Education Program, Fine Arts Department. In the community she serves as Artistic Director of Barbea Williams Performing Company and Dunbar Dance and Art Academy. Ms. Williams has performed with, choreographed/costumed for Arizona’s top theatre companies: Arizona Theatre Company, Black Theatre Troupe, Borderlands Theatre/Teatro Fronterizo, Invisible Theatre, Ododo Theatre and others. Barbea has received numerous awards from various organizations: John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, YWCA, Tucson/Pima Arts Council, Buffalo Soldiers of Southern Arizona, COPE, LULAC, N.A.A.C.P. and Jewish Community Relations Council, Pima Community College, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Tucson Metropolitan Ministries, Arizoni Award and Young Audiences of Southern Arizona. Her passion is “Keeping the Culture Alive!”

 

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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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