The College of Fine Arts is actively engaged in efforts to prepare for and mitigate the impacts the COVID-19 virus.  Though we are disappointed that we may not be able to welcome you to campus at this time, we hope to connect with you in other ways.

Want to virtually connect?  We’re game!

  • Virtual Info Sessions.  Offered Tuesday and Thursday at 10am PDT.
    Register at:
  • Speak to our College of Fine Arts recruiters.  Available for information sessions Monday-Friday 10am-10pm PDT.
    Email Director of Enrollment Management & Recruitment, Ryan Burton-Romero or Recruitment Coordinator, Lindsay Clark
  • Hoping to still check out campus?
    Explore campus virtually with our University of Arizona Virtual Tour
    Follow us on social media to get an everyday look at Arizona Arts!
  • Interested in connecting with a current CFA student? We’ve got you covered!
    Our CFA Ambassadors will be available for information sessions Monday-Friday by phone to give you the inside scoop into your program of choice. Below is a list of available College of Fine Arts Ambassadors. Please Click their names for more information!

School of Art:

Marmda Sun Hainan, China
Studio Art -Illustration + Design, French, Pre-Business

Breanna Romero (Bre) Surprise, AZ
Studio Art

Fred Fox School of Music:

Kaissy Yau Hong Kong
Music Performance (Flute), Honors

Meggie Keung Fullerton, CA
Music BA

School of Dance:

Delphine Chang Portland, OR
BFA Dance

Giulia Ghidoli Laguna Hills, CA
BFA Dance

Coltin Snyder Tooele, UT
BFA Dance, BSBA Emphasis in Accounting

Julia Taravella Scottsdale, AZ

School of TFTV:

Taylor Maresca Houston, Texas
BFA Musical Theatre major, Public Relations minor

Hannah Landreville Miller Tucson, AZ
UA Honors student / B.A. in Film & Television Producing & Studies/
dual minors in English and Creative Writing

Emma Wilkins Claremont, CA
 Theatre Production/Design-Lighting Emphasis Political Science-Law and Public Policy



More Contact Information


Wilma Pinedo at or 520-621-2618.


Please contact the Dance Office at


Please contact or 520-621-8118.


Please contact the School of Theatre, Film & Television at or,

Film & Television

Please contact Daniela if interested in a tour.


College of Fine Arts Tours: For general assistance please call, 520-621-1301.


CFA Student Services

Ryan Burton-Romero Director, Enrollment Management and Recruitment
Slonaker House, Room 203
Lindsay Clark Coordinator, Recruitment
Slonaker House, Room 201
Ms. Norma Ayon Assistant Director - Academic Advising
Marshall Bldg, Room 220
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Karin Nolan Assistant Professor, Fine Arts | Assistant Professor, Music
Music Bldg, Room 159
Harvill Bldg, Room 126B
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Arizona Arts

Tune in tomorrow (Thurs.) at 6p for the Pete Swan Trio ...Get ready for a swinging vid this week when we are joined by The Pete Swan Trio! Peter Swan, Robbie Lee, and Scott Krystyna Black met up with The Tucson Studio crew at the beautiful LandMark Sound Recorders studio for a memorable evening of jazz. With tunes ranging from Gershwin classics to creative & original treatments of jazz standards, this set will have you tapping your toe and snapping your fingers in no time.
Video will premiere this Thursday at 6pm on Facebook, Youtube, and
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Tune in tomorrow (Thurs.) at 6p for the Pete Swan Trio ...

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Arizona Arts

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Arizona Arts

In 1978, mold-breaking queer artist Robert Rauschenberg collected objects near his Florida studio and used them to create a series of six "Publicons" - icons for the public. He envisioned them as stations, much like the Stations of the Cross observed by Christians, but they resemble religious objects in design only. In function, they are objects of secular "worship" and playfully comment on the superficiality that has replaced spirituality in American society.

Station I, which we are privileged to have in our collection, opens to reveal a canoe paddle painted with gold leaf and adorned with a blue light bulb. The patterned fabrics of the interior seem to represent the materialism of contemporary culture, with the blue light calling to mind the "blue light specials" held by retail giant K-Mart.

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