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Arizona Arts features immersive, interactive art experiences through Arizona Arts Live, School of Art, Center For Creative Photography, and UAMA. These exhibits put you front and center in the middle of the action, creating a hands-on arts experience perfect for Instagramming or just savoring.

Four Questions: UArizona's role in nation's longest-running Mexican Film Festival

Four Questions: UArizona's role in nation's longest-running Mexican Film FestivalLEARN MORE

Tucson Cine Mexico, the longest-running festival of Mexican cinema in the United States, will feature free screenings of seven Spanish-language films, with English subtitles, as

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Four Questions: UArizona's role in nation's longest-running Mexican Film Festival

The Neuroscience of Creativity

The Neuroscience of CreativityLEARN MORE

Andy Belser and Molly Gebrian have researched neuroscience, learning and creativity to discover how to improve how students learn and perform.

Andy Belser and Molly Gebrian have researched neuroscience,

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The Neuroscience of Creativity

Chad Herzog: Investing in the Arts in Tucson

Chad Herzog: Investing in the Arts in TucsonLEARN MORE

Chad Herzog contemplates investing in the arts in a community talk.

Chad Herzog contemplates investing in the arts in a

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Chad Herzog: Investing in the Arts in Tucson

Arizona Arts in Schools now available in homes

Arizona Arts in Schools now available in homesLEARN MORE

Arizona Arts in Schools moved quickly to make its in-class and on-campus programs online, creating at-home learning modules for its four disciplines.

Arizona Arts in Schools moved quickly to make its in-class

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Arizona Arts in Schools now available in homes

What is research in the arts, exactly?

What is research in the arts, exactly?LEARN MORE

Ellen McMahon is often asked what arts research actually is. Turns out it’s complicated.

Ellen McMahon is often asked what arts research actually

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What is research in the arts, exactly?

All You Need Is Love

All You Need Is LoveLEARN MORE

On May 15, the College of Fine Arts celebrated its graduates with an unprecedented ceremony, a virtual graduation. For many, the highlight of the ceremony was a very special

On May 15, the College of Fine Arts celebrated its

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All You Need Is Love

Arizona Arts stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter

Arizona Arts stands in solidarity with Black Lives MatterLEARN MORE

Arizona Arts and its units stand in solidarity with Black artists and Black voices.

Arizona Arts and its units stand in solidarity with Black

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Arizona Arts stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter

Museum video series, ‘Art Sprouts,’ blooms during quarantine

Museum video series, ‘Art Sprouts,’ blooms during quarantineLEARN MORE

The Museum of Art took to YouTube to bring at-home, family-friendly art activities to the Tucson community via Art Sprouts: Home Edition.

The Museum of Art took to YouTube to bring at-home,

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Museum video series, ‘Art Sprouts,’ blooms during quarantine

Q&A with Dr. Alyssa Cossey

Q&A with Dr. Alyssa CosseyLEARN MORE

The Fred Fox School of Music’s University Community Chorus launched an interactive, eight-part virtual Webinar Series earlier this fall, led by Dr. Alyssa Cossey. This

The Fred Fox School of Music’s University Community

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Q&A with Dr. Alyssa Cossey

Emmy Tisdel, Mariel Miranda join 2020-21 University Fellows cohort

Emmy Tisdel, Mariel Miranda join 2020-21 University Fellows cohortLEARN MORE

An accomplished violinist and an international visual artist from Arizona Arts, Emmy Tisdel and Mariel Miranda, have joined the prestigious 2020-21 University Fellows program, the

An accomplished violinist and an international visual

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Emmy Tisdel, Mariel Miranda join 2020-21 University Fellows cohort

Racial Justice Studio to promote understanding of anti-racism

Racial Justice Studio to promote understanding of anti-racismLEARN MORE

Arizona Arts launches the Racial Justice Studio to promote a deep understanding of anti-racism by centering artistic and creative practice.

Arizona Arts launches the Racial Justice Studio to promote

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Racial Justice Studio to promote understanding of anti-racism

Immerse yourself in the UAMA 3D galleries

Immerse yourself in the UAMA 3D galleriesLEARN MORE

UAMA has virtually hung two exhibitions to recreate the gallery experience, turning to technology to create an immersive experience.

UAMA has virtually hung two exhibitions to recreate the

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Immerse yourself in the UAMA 3D galleries

Farbrook's "Soul Crushing Machine" now on view at Meow Wolf's Omega Mart

Farbrook's "Soul Crushing Machine" now on view at Meow Wolf's Omega MartLEARN MORE

University of Arizona School of Art's Joseph Farbrook’s interactive art installation, “Soul Crushing Machine,” is featured as a permanent installation in Meow Wolf’s Omega

University of Arizona School of Art's Joseph Farbrook’s

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Farbrook's

'Tangencies' brings people together at Biosphere 2

'Tangencies' brings people together at Biosphere 2LEARN MORE

Recent School of Art MFA graduate Benjamin Dearstyne Hoste brought his interactive art installation "Tangencies" to Biosphere 2 in late May.

Recent School of Art MFA graduate Benjamin Dearstyne Hoste

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'Tangencies' brings people together at Biosphere 2

Embrace exactly who you are in Mapping Q workshops

Embrace exactly who you are in Mapping Q workshopsLEARN MORE

This summer's Mapping Q fashion and identity workshop will focus on LGTBQ+ identities, art making, self-care, and experiences through art.

This summer's Mapping Q fashion and identity workshop will

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Embrace exactly who you are in Mapping Q workshops
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Interview with Dwayne Manuel

Interview with Dwayne ManuelLEARN MORE

Interview with University of Arizona School of Art alumnus Dwayne Manuel (MFA ’14) teaches at the Tohono O’odham Community College.

Interview with University of Arizona School of Art alumnus

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Interview with Dwayne Manuel

Student animator brings 'Wonder' video to life

Student animator brings 'Wonder' video to lifeLEARN MORE

School of Art MFA student Woodlin Latocki animated the next University of Arizona Wonder video, featuring dance alumnus Taylor Bradley.

School of Art MFA student Woodlin Latocki animated the next

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Student animator brings 'Wonder' video to life

PHOTOS: 2021 'I Dream in Widescreen' at the drive-in

PHOTOS: 2021 'I Dream in Widescreen' at the drive-inLEARN MORE

Photos and award winners from 'I Dream in Widescreen 2021,' the School of Theatre, Film & Television annual showcase of senior thesis films.

Photos and award winners from 'I Dream in Widescreen 2021,'

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PHOTOS: 2021 'I Dream in Widescreen' at the drive-in

Documentary filmmakers seek meaningful change in Brooks County

Documentary filmmakers seek meaningful change in Brooks CountyLEARN MORE

The documentary, Missing in Brooks County, created by Arizona faculty, will be screened at the Arizona International Film Festival.

The documentary, Missing in Brooks County, created by

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Documentary filmmakers seek meaningful change in Brooks County

Audiences can vote on piano competition at the Trester Festival

Audiences can vote on piano competition at the Trester FestivalLEARN MORE

The inaugural Trester Festival for Latin American Music includes student piano competition and the audience gets a vote.

The inaugural Trester Festival for Latin American Music

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Audiences can vote on piano competition at the Trester Festival

A Statement of Solidarity from Arizona Arts

A Statement of Solidarity from Arizona ArtsLEARN MORE

Dear Arizona Arts colleagues, Today the University of Arizona Office of the Provost issued a statement condemning the violence in Georgia earlier this week that left eight

Dear Arizona Arts colleagues, Today the University of

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A Statement of Solidarity from Arizona Arts

Wonder Makes Us Find a Way

Wonder Makes Us Find a WayLEARN MORE

"My Song” is our song, performed by the students of the University of Arizona College of Fine Arts. No matter what the setback, we keep coming back. Because we’re Wildcats.

"My Song” is our song, performed by the students of the

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Wonder Makes Us Find a Way
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