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3 days ago

Arizona Arts

Save the Dates! UA Dance Digital Debut: Dec. 15-20, 2020 & Jan. 5-10, 2021- An online performance program featuring works produced during the Fall 2020 semester, including an excerpt from Paul Taylor's “Cloven Kingdom.” Registration information coming soon!

Photo: UA Dance Ensemble members in “Cloven Kingdom” by Paul Taylor
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4 days ago

Arizona Arts

Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

We are thankful for a lot, especially the many special people who make up #arizonaarts.

Like Karlito Miller Espinosa and Brisa Tzintzun who are creating this mural on the University of Arizona School of Art Joseph Gross Gallery.
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6 days ago

Arizona Arts

Join Arizona Arts Live for three entirely unexpected monuments.

azart.fyi/monuments

Monuments
Oct. 29 – Nov. 29, 2020
Centennial Hall patio within Main Gate Square
Free, open to the public

Australian artist Craig Walsh challenges the traditional concept of monuments to celebrate living, contributing, members of our Southern Arizona community. Monuments will be on display each night, Oct. 29 - Nov. 29, in the trees of the University of Arizona, projecting the faces of some of our local heroes in an outdoor environment. Projections of moving images transform trees into sculptural portraits surveying the immediate surroundings. The work aims to challenge traditional expectations of public monuments and the selective history represented in our civic spaces.

Watch the Trailer
azart.fyi/monumentsvideo
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Join Arizona Arts Live for three entirely unexpected monuments. 

https://azart.fyi/monuments

Monuments
Oct. 29 – Nov. 29, 2020
Centennial Hall patio within Main Gate Square
Free, open to the public

Australian artist Craig Walsh challenges the traditional concept of monuments to celebrate living, contributing, members of our Southern Arizona community. Monuments will be on display each night, Oct. 29 - Nov. 29, in the trees of the University of Arizona, projecting the faces of some of our local heroes in an outdoor environment. Projections of moving images transform trees into sculptural portraits surveying the immediate surroundings. The work aims to challenge traditional expectations of public monuments and the selective history represented in our civic spaces.

Watch the Trailer 
https://azart.fyi/monumentsvideo
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