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TFTV Students’ documentary “Under Way: The Next Generation of UA Artists” celebrates students in the College of Fine Arts

TFTV graduates Jenna Meadows and Camryn Elias, both Class of 2021 BFA Acting/Musical Theatre students, decided to come together to create a documentary featuring graduating seniors from each of the schools in the College of Fine Arts. The students share their backstories, what the arts mean to them, and their experiences in their respective programs. Graduating seniors Cali Poole (Dance), Kevin Zuniga (Photography), Brice Kimble (Piano), Mandy Spartz (Theatre), Atlas Woods-Smith (Film), and Meadows and Elias themselves feature in the doc.

Producing the documentary was a group effort. Meadows and Elias joined forces with cinematographer Andy Zhao and editor Stephen Morand, both students at the School of Theatre, Film & Television.

“Everything was definitely a learning experience,” Meadows said. “We were fortunate enough to find some really awesome students in the film school that were willing to work with us. They were so responsive and so great at taking our ideas and putting them into action.”

The documentary was made possible with a College of Fine Arts grant. The CFA Fund for Excellence supports students who go above and beyond to create their own work and tell their stories.

Read the full interview at Arizona Arts.

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The University of Arizona Museum of Art reopens this Sunday with a free Community Day with the institution’s largest exhibition of the last decade. ‘The Art of Food’ is the next event in the Arizona Arts Signature Series.

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Fitting for Tucson, the first UNESCO City of Gastronomy in the U.S., "The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation" offers something for every palette.

Join us on the exhibition’s opening day, Oct. 24 from 12-4p, for food-inspired art and festivities!

Visitors of all ages can enjoy hands-on art activities like a community food-themed mural, demonstrations by local artists and performances by community organizations. Bring your non-perishable food items for the @uacampuspantry!

(Admission is FREE thanks to support from the Edward J. Gallagher, Jr. Memorial Fund.)

Image: Enrique Chagoya, "The Enlightened Savage, edition 14/40", 2002, Digital pigment prints on paper wrapped around can with silkscreened cardboard box, Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer, Photo: Aaron Wessling Photography.
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The University of Arizona Museum of Art reopens this Sunday with a free Community Day with the institution’s largest exhibition of the last decade. ‘The Art of Food’ is the next event in the Arizona Arts Signature Series.

https://azart.fyi/ArtofFood

Fitting for Tucson, the first UNESCO City of Gastronomy in the U.S., The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation offers something for every palette.

Join us on the exhibition’s opening day, Oct. 24 from 12-4p, for food-inspired art and festivities!

Visitors of all ages can enjoy hands-on art activities like a community food-themed mural, demonstrations by local artists and performances by community organizations. Bring your non-perishable food items for the @uacampuspantry!

(Admission is FREE thanks to support from the Edward J. Gallagher, Jr. Memorial Fund.)

Image: Enrique Chagoya, The Enlightened Savage, edition 14/40, 2002, Digital pigment prints on paper wrapped around can with silkscreened cardboard box, Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer, Photo: Aaron Wessling Photography.Image attachment
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