1. MAP with Brian Lopez

    CFA students, are you interested in a career in music? Do you have a passion for producing music? Join us for an “ask me anything” conversation with visiting University of Arizona School of Music alumnus, Brian Lopez! Find out what it’s like to be a touring rock star and Arizona Arts alumnus. Get to know […]

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  2. VIRTUAL ART TRIVIA HAPPY HOUR: FOOD!

    If you’ve been an Art Trivia Happy Hour devotee for several years, you might be thinking, “Didn’t we already do a round on food?” Well, you’re right! But with a theme this delicious, we couldn’t resist seconds. As usual, the multiple choice trivia questions will be fun for all attendees and answers will be anonymous. […]

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  3. MAPPING Q on the Road: Perspective, Collage, and Self-Portraits

    Mapping Q is partnering with Campus Health Wellness Wednesdays! Come and increase your wellness IQ in a creative and supportive space for LGBTQ+ students. During this workshop, find a picture in your camera roll with an interesting perspective and recreate it using the provided construction paper and magazines. All workshops meet at the Health Promotion Hideway at […]

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  4. MAPPING Q on the Road: Pleasure Posters

    Mapping Q is partnering with Campus Health Wellness Wednesdays! Come and increase your wellness IQ in a creative and supportive space for LGBTQ+ students. In what ways is your pleasure marginalized? What activities or objects in your life make you happy? During this workshop, create a poster showcasing the things that bring you pleasure, and think […]

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  5. MAP with Urban Bush Women

    CFA students, are you interested in a creative career? Do you have a passion for the arts? Join us for an “ask me anything” conversation with visiting artists and alumni. Find out about activism through performance and the arts from a nonprofit interdisciplinary ensemble. You will hear exclusive stories, gain insider advice, and connect with […]

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  6. JustArts Presentations

    Join the JustArts Fellows 23/24 cohort for their final presentations and a celebration on Monday, March 25, at the University of Arizona Museum of Art. This event is an opportunity to learn from the JustArts Fellows about their inspiration, education, and connection with the broader Arizona Arts community. Presentations begin at 3p. Reception to follow. […]

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  7. The B Word

    “The B Word” is a documentary about one man’s exploration of what it means to be Black, gay, and beautiful. The film was conceived and performed by Jared Shamberger, presented by the University of Arizona LGBTQ+ Resource Center and Arizona Arts’ Racial Justice Studio. Jared Shamberger, a playwright, performer, and director, interviews Black gay men of various ages […]

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  8. Ask Me Anything! with Jared Shamberger

    CFA students, are you interested in a creative career? Do you have a passion for the arts? Join us for an “ask me anything” conversation with visiting artists and alumni. Learn what it’s like to be a full-time filmmaker, actor, director, playwright, theatre director, and arts educator in the inaugural “Ask Me Anything!” conversation with […]

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  9. HIP-HOP, CULTURE AND LATINX SPIRITUALITY

    Dr. Alex Nava is Professor of Religious Studies at UArizona and author of book Street Scriptures, as well as a native Tucsonan and first-generation college graduate. In this gallery talk, Dr. Nava considers the role that hip-hop played in his youth and how it helped shape his fascination with words, poetry and social justice. He […]

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  10. “WHAT DID GOYA SEE?”

    Spanning from the early 1770s to the late 1820s, Francisco de Goya’s art career coincided with one of the most turbulent periods in European history. Taking its point of departure from the title “I Saw It” given to a print in Goya’s The Disasters of War series, this wide-ranging talk by Andrew Schulz, vice president […]

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