1. Photography and Southeast Asia: History and Practice

    The School of Art, Arizona Arts and the Center for Creative Photography are excited to invite the public to our third symposium on Asian photography, a full-day virtual symposium entitled “Photography and Southeast Asia: History and Practice.” The free symposium will be held entirely online to accommodate a broader audience in Asia, the U.S. and […]

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  2. Delivery Systems

    In Delivery Systems, 16 artists from across the United States will exhibit their work alongside the materials, mechanisms and collateral they used to ship that work to the gallery and plan their installation. All the artists live and work more than 100 miles from the Joseph Gross Gallery at the University of Arizona School of Art, […]

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  3. Sama Alshaibi: Generation After Generation

    Sama Alshaibi is the recipient of the 2021 Arlene and Morton Scult Artist Award. Her solo exhibition at Phoenix Art Museum — on view through May 14, 2023 — showcases her­­­ latest projects of photographic imagery, video, and installation, which link themes of dispossession, mobility, peripheries, refuge, ecological entropy, and future and historical imaginings. Sept. […]

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  4. VASE Lecture: Bethany Collins

    Bethany Collins, a multidisciplinary artist who works in Chicago, will talk about how race and language interact in her works as part of the School of Art’s Visiting Artists and Scholars Lecture Series. In her Contranyms series, for instance, Collins transposes definitions from Webster’s New World Dictionary of American Language onto American Masters paper, then […]

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  5. VASE Lecture: Tarrah Krajnak

    Tarrah Krajnak will talk about her photography career and 2021 book project, “El Jardín De Senderos Que Se Bifurcan,” as part of the School of Art’s Visiting Artists and Scholars Lecture Series. Krajnak, an artist researcher with Unseen California based in Los Angeles, was born in Lima, Peru, in 1979. Named after a time-bending short story […]

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  6. VASE Lecture: Walid Raad

    Artist Walid Raad will lecture as part of the School of Art’s Visiting Artists and Scholars Series on March 23 at the Center for Creative Photography. Walid Raad was born in Chbanieh, Lebanon, in 1967, and raised in East Beirut. In 1983, amid ongoing war, he immigrated to the United States. He briefly studied medicine […]

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  7. VASE Lecture: Myra Greene

    Myra Greene will share the thoughts, processes and precedents that have influenced her artistic career as part of the School of Art’s Visiting Artists and Scholars Lecture Series. She will discuss how she uses both photographic materials as well as hand-crafted textiles to articulate her thoughts about seeing, being and race. Greene is a professor […]

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  8. VASE Lecture: The Personal in Porcelain

    Jennifer Ling Datchuk will discuss how her studio practice is informed by the power in materials like porcelain, hair, and domestic objects. She will explore how research, personal narratives, lived experiences, and oral histories are foundations for making work about identity. Jennifer Ling Datchuk is an artist born in Warren, Ohio and raised in Brooklyn, […]

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  9. VASE Lecture: Analia Saban

    Analia Saban will give a comprehensive lecture about her art practice during the last 16 years, since her days as a graduate student until today. Through her work, she will speak about her interest in materiality, technology, and how the history of materials influences Art History. This lecture is made possible by a collaboration between […]

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  10. VASE Lecture: were-:NENETECH FORMS

    Los Angeles-based artists rafa esparza and Timo Fahler will give a lecture focusing on collaboration and experimentation within their shared and individual artistic practices. The artists will present examples of past projects initiated together, participated in jointly, and undertaken respectively with other collaborators leading up to their forthcoming project, “were-:NENETECH FORMS,” presented at MOCA Tucson and the […]

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