1. Mini ‘Art Build’ Workshop

    Join art activist Dr. Kim Cosier for a Mini Art Build Workshop on Friday, Nov. 3 from 9:30a – 12p at the School of Art Lobby. A creative collective action and community building workshop sponsored in partnership with School of Art’s VASE Lecture Series and the Racial Justice Studio.  Learn about art activism, support local movements, and amplify their messages. During […]

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  2. Land, Body, Archive

    A traveling art exhibition featuring two University of Arizona School of Art graduate students will “bear witness to changing landscapes/waterways and family/community” of the Southwest. “Land, Body & Archive” is an exhibition by University of Arizona MFA candidates Nathan Cordova and Jacqueline Arias and 11 other MFA students from the University of New Mexico and […]

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  3. Arizona Arts Fest / CFA Alumni Tailgate

    Experience the arts in the newly transformed Arts District as we celebrate the University of Arizona Homecoming 2023: Spirit of Wonder. Arizona Arts Fest, Nov. 3 Enjoy live theatre, music, letterpress, dance visual arts, exhibits, scavenger hunt, and button-making with a DJ, food trucks, beer garden and more on Nov. 3 in the Arts District […]

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  4. Artist Speaker Series

    Join the University of Arizona School of Art for free artist talks by four MFA graduates and two visiting artist/philosophers.  Schedule Location: ARTST Room 119 (Visual Art Graduate Research Lab, 1231 N. Fremont Ave.) Sponsored by: CFA Small Grants and School of Art Hosted by: Ellen McMahon and Martina Shenal

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  5. National Portfolio Day

    The University of Arizona School of Art will host National Portfolio Day in Mesa, Arizona, on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Prospective university students can meet with counselors, admission team members and faculty from accredited art and design schools across the world for free portfolio reviews. REGISTER HERE (required) Venue Mesa Community […]

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  6. Portfolio review for prospective art students

    Art Days 2023 at the University of Arizona School of Art is an outreach and recruitment event. We invite local high school and community college students to become familiar with our program and cutting-edge facilities. In addition, there is also a Portfolio Review session in which prospective students can bring their work and get an […]

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  7. Dr. Kim Cosier ‘Art Build’ lecture, workshop

    Dr. Kim Cosier, professor of art education in the Peck School of the Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, will give a lecture and direct a workshop, presented by the School of Art’s VASE Lecture Series and the Racial Justice Studio. VASE Lecture Series | Art Builds PowerNov. 2, 5:30p at CCP … FREE Dr. Cosier […]

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  8. Over, Under, Through.

    In this collaborative drawing exhibition, visitors of all skill levels are welcome to draw directly on the wall of the Lionel Rombach Gallery with the provided materials. Visitors can draw as realistically or abstract as they’d like. “Over, Under, Through” was organized by the University of Arizona School of Art Galleries and First Year Experience […]

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  9. Para Seguir Adelante: Stories of Migration

    The University of Arizona School of Art presents “Para Seguir Adelante: Stories of Migration” at the Lionel Rombach Gallery, featuring artists Lisa Elmaleh, Luis Sotero, Moysés Zúñiga Santiago and Anahí González Terán. Join the school for a community roundtable on Thursday, Sept. 21, at 5:30 p.m. with photographer Lisa Elmaleh; Isabel Garcia, founder of La Coalición de Derechos Humanos; and Raquel Rubio […]

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  10. The Laramie Project

    The University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television (TFTV) is proud to open its 2023/24 theatre season with a production of The Laramie Project.   The production will mark the 25th anniversary of the death of Matthew Shepard, the university student whose murder in Laramie, Wyoming, became one of the highest-profile hate crimes of its time.   Written […]

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