1. Exposing Muybridge by Marc Shaffer

    Brilliant, ambitious, and mischievous, the 19th-century San Francisco photographer Eadweard Muybridge lived the lives of a dozen men before his breakthrough photographs of running horses set the course for the development of cinema and transformed the camera into a machine of unmatched perception and persuasion.  But hiding in Muybridge’s work are clues that provoke an enduring question: Can we believe what we see in a photograph? Program Schedule: 5p … Print viewing of CCP collection materials, […]

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  2. Photography and Taiwan

    The new School of Art symposium on photography in Asian continues April 7-9 virtually with “Photography and Taiwan: History and Practice.” Organized by the School of Art Assistant Professor Dr. Jeehey Kim, the symposium includes numerous photography curators and historians from such institutions as National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, National Taiwan University of Arts, […]

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  3. 2022 BFA Exhibition

    The School of Art is proud to present the 2022 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition! Opening March 14, this is the first in-person BFA Exhibition in the renovated Lionel Rombach Gallery and the refreshed Joseph Gross Gallery in three years. The show takes place annually each spring semester to highlight the work of our BFA studio and AVCE undergraduates. […]

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  4. Undergraduate Research Symposium

    The annual Undergraduate Research Symposium event showcases outstanding research papers of undergraduate students at the School of Theatre, Film & Television. Over the course of several days starting Monday April 4 at noon, the research paper presentations of student finalists will be made available to view at urs.tftv.arizona.edu. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, where we will post when […]

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  5. EARTH DAY-THEMED ART TRIVIA HAPPY HOUR

    April is Earth Month, so the works featured in this round will celebrate the natural beauty of our planet and remind us why it deserves protecting. As usual, the multiple choice questions will be fun for all trivia lovers (no art or ecological knowledge needed) and answers will be anonymous. Register below and join us […]

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  6. Forgotten Cello Sonatas of the Late Romantic Era

    Violist Molly Gebrian is featured in recital in the ongoing Faculty Artist Series. She will be performing the music of Dora Pejačević, Ethel Smyth, and Henriëtte Bosmans in Forgotten Cello Sonatas of the Late Romantic Era in new versions for viola and piano, featuring guest artist Danny Holt on piano, March 22, at Holsclaw Hall […]

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  7. Trester Festival for Latin American Music

    The second annual Trester Festival for Latin American Music will include master classes, lecture recitals, and Q&A sessions centered around Latin American piano music by guest artists Dr. Andrés Jaramillo from the California Baptist University and Dr. Luis Sanchez from the Texas A&M University-Commerce. The 2022 festival will highlight works by Carlos Guastavino, Luis Gianneo, […]

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  8. ASHURBANIPAL, P.T. BARNUM, ROYAL EUNUCHS, AND FAT-TAILED SHEEP

    The Arizona State Museum, devoted to the archaeology and ethnology of the American Southwest and northern Mexico, seems a very unlikely home for a fragment of a Neo-Assyrian relief panel from King Ashurbanipal’s 7th century B.C.E. North Palace at Nineveh in ancient Mesopotamia. Intrigued? Delve in with Dr. Irene Bald Romano, curator of Mediterranean archaeology, professor of […]

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  9. Spring Community Day

    In honor of the final month of The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation – and to celebrate the Our Stories exhibitions Tucson Stories: Food, Health, Community, Justice and VOICES: Real Stories of Hunger and Hope from Tucson and Southern Arizona – UAMA invites the community to a special afternoon of art and food. Visitors […]

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  10. CCP Front Porch Book Sale

    Stop by CCP’s front porch book sale while you’re visiting the Tucson Festival of Books! The Center has reorganized our spaces over the last year to prepare for exciting renovations to our collection storage and upgrades to our Volkerding Study Center, and that means lots of new and used books need new homes. We will have […]

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