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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 into career opportunities in both non-profit and market-driven visual & performing arts and media organizations, while developing strategic skills in a variety of specializations:

• Public Relations & Marketing

• Audience Engagement & Fundraising

• Educational Outreach for Non-profit Organizations

• Artist Management in the Entertainment Industry

The required arts internship placements support professional networking and experiential learning opportunities within professional arts settings, including theaters, galleries, museums, music and dance performance halls, arts festivals, and new media festivals.

For more information on required coursework or to declare the minor, please contact Norma Ayon, Assistant Director of Academic Advising in the College of Fine Arts: here

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Arizona Arts

Today and tomorrow, I Dream in Widescreen 2020. See the 14 films by the next generation of filmmakers developed at the School of Theatre, Film & Television.

Starting 3pm PT/6pm ET • youtube.com/UASchoolofTFTV

As a preview, enjoy this feature with Tyler GIllett, Jeff Yanc and Christopher Nataanii Cegielski, all TFTV alumni, discussing this year's showcase, their experiences and the importance of collaboration in filmmaking.

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Today and tomorrow, I Dream in Widescreen 2020. See the 14 films by the next generation of filmmakers developed at the School of Theatre, Film & Television. 

Starting 3pm PT/6pm ET • youtube.com/UASchoolofTFTV

As a preview, enjoy this feature with Tyler GIllett, Jeff Yanc and Christopher Nataanii Cegielski, all TFTV alumni, discussing this years showcase, their experiences and the importance of collaboration in filmmaking.

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