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Alumna earns Emmy nominations for editing ‘Mare of Easttown’

Alumna earns Emmy nominations for editing ‘Mare of Easttown’LEARN MORE

Alumna Amy Duddleston earns two Emmy Award nominations as editor of the HBO series, Mare of Easttown, career firsts for the veteran editor.

Alumna Amy Duddleston earns two Emmy Award nominations as

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Alumna earns Emmy nominations for editing 'Mare of Easttown'

Arizona Arts launches ‘Signature Series’

Arizona Arts launches ‘Signature Series’LEARN MORE

Arizona Arts launches ‘Signature Series,’ a new series showcases the division’s most compelling, engaging arts events on and off campus. 

Arizona Arts launches ‘Signature Series,’ a new series

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Arizona Arts launches 'Signature Series'

Arizona Arts Live launches 2021-22 season

Arizona Arts Live launches 2021-22 seasonLEARN MORE

Arizona Arts Live launches its second season this fall with Jon Batiste, Mark Morris Dance Group, and Kronos Quartet all part of a lineup.

Arizona Arts Live launches its second season this fall with

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Arizona Arts Live launches 2021-22 season

School of Art renovations underway, thanks to $6M gift

School of Art renovations underway, thanks to $6M giftLEARN MORE

Thanks to a $6 million gift, construction has begun on University of Arizona School of Art renovations, including a new entrance/patio.

Thanks to a $6 million gift, construction has begun on

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School of Art renovations underway, thanks to $6M gift

Musical theatre major Lillie Langston interns with Broadway legend

Musical theatre major Lillie Langston interns with Broadway legendLEARN MORE

Rising sophomore musical theatre major Lillie Langston is living the dream as a production intern with Broadway Evolved in New York City.

Rising sophomore musical theatre major Lillie Langston is

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Musical theatre major Lillie Langston interns with Broadway legend

Aaron Coleman earns Provost Award for Innovation in Teaching

Aaron Coleman earns Provost Award for Innovation in TeachingLEARN MORE

School of Art’s Aaron Coleman was selected as the recipient of the Provost Award for Innovation in Teaching at the University of Arizona.

School of Art’s Aaron Coleman was selected as the recipient

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Aaron Coleman earns Provost Award for Innovation in Teaching

School of Theatre, Film & Television announces 2021/22 season

School of Theatre, Film & Television announces 2021/22 seasonLEARN MORE

The 2021/2022 theatre season opens in October with Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods,” the School of Theatre, Film & Television announced.

The 2021/2022 theatre season opens in October with Stephen

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School of Theatre, Film & Television announces 2021/22 season

Kraehe joins Arizona Arts as first AVP for Equity in the Arts

Kraehe joins Arizona Arts as first AVP for Equity in the ArtsLEARN MORE

Dr. Amelia Kraehe has been appointed Arizona Arts’ inaugural Associate Vice President of Equity in the Arts at the University of Arizona.

Dr. Amelia Kraehe has been appointed Arizona Arts’

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Kraehe joins Arizona Arts as first AVP for Equity in the Arts

UAMA earns highest national recognition; 40 years of AAM accreditation

UAMA earns highest national recognition; 40 years of AAM accreditationLEARN MORE

The University of Arizona Museum of Art achieved accreditation from AAM, the highest national recognition afforded the nation’s museums.

The University of Arizona Museum of Art achieved

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UAMA earns highest national recognition; 40  years of AAM accreditation

Center for Creative Photography receives prestigious Henry Luce Foundation grant

Center for Creative Photography receives prestigious Henry Luce Foundation grantLEARN MORE

Center for Creative Photography receives a $255,000 Luce Foundation grant to fund an exhibition featuring the work of Louis Carlos Bernal.

Center for Creative Photography receives a $255,000 Luce

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Center for Creative Photography receives prestigious Henry Luce Foundation grant

Philip Zimmermann selected by AIGA for one of the year’s best designed books

Philip Zimmermann selected by AIGA for one of the year’s best designed booksLEARN MORE

Retired School of Art Professor Philip Zimmermann’s “Delirium” was selected as one of the year’s best designed books in 2020 by AIGA.

Retired School of Art Professor Philip Zimmermann’s

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Philip Zimmermann selected by AIGA for one of the year’s best designed books

CCP Instagram series highlights student photographic work

CCP Instagram series highlights student photographic workLEARN MORE

Did you know that there are photographers everywhere you look in the College of Fine Arts? From theatre and music majors and photography majors themselves, many students find

Did you know that there are photographers everywhere you

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CCP Instagram series highlights student photographic work

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

Nolan Veneklasen to document the Tucson Chinese Lion Dance Troupe

Nolan Veneklasen to document the Tucson Chinese Lion Dance TroupeLEARN MORE

Nolan Veneklasen to document the Tucson Chinese Lion Dance Troupe and its role in creating cultural identity among Chinese American adoptees.

Nolan Veneklasen to document the Tucson Chinese Lion Dance

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Nolan Veneklasen to document the Tucson Chinese Lion Dance Troupe

‘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

Dancer Erina Ueda finds cooking, baking therapeutic

Dancer Erina Ueda finds cooking, baking therapeuticLEARN MORE

Erina Ueda, a 2021 School of Dance alumna, spent her time in the kitchen cooking and baking as therapy during the pandemic.

Erina Ueda, a 2021 School of Dance alumna, spent her time

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Dancer Erina Ueda finds cooking, baking therapeutic

Martinez wants to combine dance, music and psychology

Martinez wants to combine dance, music and psychologyLEARN MORE

Sebastian Martinez is an Arizona dance / psychology double major, music minor. One day he’d like to combine his passions in dance therapy.

Sebastian Martinez is an Arizona dance / psychology double

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Martinez wants to combine dance, music and psychology
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PHOTOS: 2021 ‘I Dream in Widescreen’ at the drive-in

06/08/21
The 2021 edition of ‘I Dream in Widescreen,’ the School of Theatre, Film & Television annual showcase of senior thesis films was held at the Cactus Drive-In Theatre on
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Documentary filmmakers seek meaningful change in Brooks County

04/16/21
After a modest private screening for 15 people at The Loft Cinema last fall, the documentary, “Missing in Brooks County,” comes roaring back into Tucson as a headliner
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Audiences can vote on piano competition at the Trester Festival

04/15/21
For 11 years, the Lois Trester Piano Competition has been a staple event for piano students in the Fred Fox School of Music. This year, Trester is going to the next
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A Statement of Solidarity from Arizona Arts

03/18/21
Dear Arizona Arts colleagues, Today the University of Arizona Office of the Provost
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Arizona Arts partners with Health Sciences on ‘Aging and the Arts’

02/25/21
To launch its new Health and Humanities programming for the campus and community, the University of Arizona Health Sciences is offering a free education and exercise series
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Wonder Makes Us Find a Way

02/24/21
“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
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Conversations on collaboration with film alumni

08/07/20
Remember that great scene at the end of It’s a Wonderful Life when the good people of Bedford Falls dropped by George and Mary Bailey’s home with
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I Dream in Widescreen: Q&A with Rising Stars

08/06/20
Lights, cameras, action! The School of Theatre, Film & Television’s annual showcase of undergraduate thesis films, I Dream In Widescreen 2020 is
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