1. Frontera

    Ten dancers break through boundaries in the U.S. premiere of this visually striking spectacle featuring live music and mesmerizing lighting. Presented in Centennial Hall. In an era where the advancing frontier of knowledge and control monitors our movements, defines our identities, and gathers our data, the human body has never been so visible. Increasingly, surveillance […]

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  2. Paul Valadez: Selections From The Great Mexican-American Songbook

    In his collage series The Great Mexican-American Songbook, artist Paul Valadez plays with language and images in ways that reflect memories and multiply meanings. When a stack of vintage sheet music led him to wonder who or what could define an “American Songbook,” he was inspired to cut and paste to create something different. Adding, subtracting, […]

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  3. Virtual Art Trivia Happy Hour: American History!

    As the smoke from fireworks displays settles and the last of leftover barbeque is consumed, Art Trivia Happy Hour will mark our nation’s independence with a look at its history. Whether you’re a history buff or your heart beats true for “the red, white and blue,” you’re sure to find this round fascinating — and […]

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  4. Mapping Q 2024: Still Queer After All These Years

    The University of Arizona Museum of Art’s “Mapping Q” program marks its 10-year anniversary with a special exhibition celebrating the creative resilience of LGBTQ+ youth artists, both present and past. “Mapping Q 2024: Still Queer After All These Years” Mapping Q invites LGBTQ+ youth ages 14-24 to explore identity through artmaking workshops on topics like self-care, community […]

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  5. Art is Vital Fiesta

    Celebrate the healing and unifying power of the arts in the community-led Art is Vital Fiesta premiering simultaneously in 18 cities nationwide. Presented at the Edward B. Berger Performing Arts Center. Inspired by the inter-city Federal Theatre Project in 1936, the Arts for Everybody Project brings together people and communities to prove how the arts […]

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  6. Coco: Live-to-Film Concert

    An unforgettable live concert experience featuring Orquesta Folclórica Nacional de México performing alongside a screening of Disney Pixar’s Coco. Catch a full screening of this beloved film as the 20-member Orquesta Folclórica Nacional de México performs Oscar®-winning composer Michael Giacchino’s musical score live. This family-friend experience also features “Remember Me” by Oscar-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez […]

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  7. Avatar: The Last Airbender in Concert

    Avatar: The Last Airbender comes to Tucson featuring a two-hour series recap with original dialogue, sound effects, and live renditions of the beloved soundtrack. Avatar: The Last Airbender In Concert presents a live orchestral rendition of the series’ iconic soundtrack by award-winning composer Jeremy Zuckerman. Enjoy a two-hour special recap of the animated series’ three […]

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  8. Spider-Man™: Across the Spider-Verse in Concert

    Embark on an inter-dimensional journey across the multiverse with Miles Morales in Spider-Man™: Across the Spider-Verse in Concert. Building on the success of the sold-out global shows of the first Oscar®-winning Spider-Man™ animated Spider-Verse film, comes the highly anticipated sequel, Spider-Man™: Across the Spider-Verse. Witness the return of Mile Morales as he embarks on an […]

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  9. Botanicals Print Viewing

    Visit the University of Arizona Museum of Art from 11a-2p to view a special pop-up exhibition of botanical works from the UAMA collection in advance of our Virtual Art Trivia Happy Hour on May 16!

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  10. Virtual Art Trivia Happy Hour: Sun!

    The sun, with all those planets revolving around it and dependent on it, can still ripen a bunch of grapes as if it had nothing else in the universe to do. Attributed to Galileo, this quote says it all — our sun is really just the best. So this round of Art Trivia Happy Hour […]

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