Venue: University of Arizona Museum of Art
Start Time: 3:00pm

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. Please RSVP by Wednesday, March 20. This event is free and open to the public.

The JustArts Fellowship for Student Leaders in the Arts is a platform for College of Fine Arts students to design and complete a change-oriented project that increases access to meaningful arts experiences.

Joseph Campos

Joeseph Campos
Hip Hop Connections provides opportunities for students interested in hip hop to gain skills focused on production and related aspects; beginning a club and creating an event where students and the community can participate together.  

Diego Gonzales

Diego Gonzales
Arts Education For All was created to integrate arts education, specifically dance, into public schools. Having arts education as part of the K-12 core curriculum teaches students skills that lectures can’t teach. 

Sophia Harrigan

Sophia Harrigan
Combatting Gender Based-Violence in Film promotes a safer film culture for women by combatting gender-based and sexual violence in film. Introduces a heightened awareness of consent culture and the intimacy coordination profession along with self-defense, self-advocacy, and methods of reporting misconduct. 

Semoria Mosely

Semoria Mosely
OUTSIDE THE NETWORK* is an art object installation presented as a pair of dixie cups set to emulate the paper cup game of telephone. Whimsical in nature, anonymous and intimate, this project is meant to disrupt the university’s historical ritual of delegating student camaraderie to athletics spheres and socioeconomic chambers. Is it possible to facilitate a conversation of listening and responding between 40,000 students without having to belong? Yes. In return, participants create a singular stream of university consciousness.  

Anni Peng

Anni Peng
Harmonies Across Generations: A Culturally Responsive Choir for Senior Asian Immigrants actively brings together senior Asian immigrants in Tucson to joyously celebrate their cultural heritage and combat isolation. Interactive music teachings foster vibrant social connections and intergenerational engagement. 

RSVP by March 20

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