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Bernal ‘Monografía’ illuminates photographer’s impact

Bernal ‘Monografía’ illuminates photographer’s impactLEARN MORE

“Louis Carlos Bernal: Monografía” is a landmark survey of one of the most significant American photographers of the 20th century.

“Louis Carlos Bernal: Monografía” is a landmark survey

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Bernal 'Monografía' illuminates photographer's impact

Ansel Adams’ timeless portraits immortalized on stamps

Ansel Adams’ timeless portraits immortalized on stampsLEARN MORE

The U.S. Postal Service dedicated a commemorative series of 16 stamps celebrating the photography of Ansel Adams on May 15.

The U.S. Postal Service dedicated a commemorative series of

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Ansel Adams’ timeless portraits immortalized on stamps

The Sky is the Limit for Skylar Fry

The Sky is the Limit for Skylar FryLEARN MORE

Skylar Fry was named the Outstanding Senior for the College of Fine Arts and School of Dance at the 2024 CFA Graduation Convocation, May 12..

Skylar Fry was named the Outstanding Senior for the College

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The Sky is the Limit for Skylar Fry

CFA celebrates its 2024 graduates, award winners 

CFA celebrates its 2024 graduates, award winners LEARN MORE

The College of Fine Arts celebrates its graduates at the Spring 2024 Graduation Ceremony May 12 at Centennial Hall.

The College of Fine Arts celebrates its graduates at the

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CFA celebrates its 2024 graduates, award winners 

Online film students, the Bomar brothers, make ‘American Gothic’

Online film students, the Bomar brothers, make ‘American Gothic’LEARN MORE

Grant and Dean Bomar, aspiring filmmakers, are taking their first steps toward becoming the next Coen Brothers through the Film & Television BA program at Arizona

Grant and Dean Bomar, aspiring filmmakers, are taking

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Online film students, the Bomar brothers, make 'American Gothic'

‘Inspiring’ artist Dara eyes Hugo Award

‘Inspiring’ artist Dara eyes Hugo AwardLEARN MORE

Armed with a sketchbook and an old laptop, Galen Dara began to do illustration work for emerging fantasy and science fiction authors after getting her undergraduate

Armed with a sketchbook and an old laptop, Galen

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‘Inspiring’ artist Dara eyes Hugo Award

Prof. Alshaibi joins global luminaries in Bellagio residency

Prof. Alshaibi joins global luminaries in Bellagio residencyLEARN MORE

Invited to the prestigious Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center residency program, University of Arizona School of Art Regents Professor Sama Alshaibi joined other

Invited to the prestigious Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio

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Prof. Alshaibi joins global luminaries in Bellagio residency

Art Prof. Romano probes marble portrait of Alexander in new book

Art Prof. Romano probes marble portrait of Alexander in new bookLEARN MORE

Alexander the Great has been popular for over 2,300 years, but University of Arizona Art History Professor Irene Bald Romano explains how the image and myths

Alexander the Great has been popular for over 2,300

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Art Prof. Romano probes marble portrait of Alexander in new book

Broadway in Tucson announces 2024-2025 season

Broadway in Tucson announces 2024-2025 seasonLEARN MORE

Broadway in Tucson has announced its 2024-25 season, featuring “Beetlejuice,” “Mamma Mia!” and the Tony Award®–winning musical comedy, “Shucked” all performed at Centennial

Broadway in Tucson has announced its 2024-25 season,

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Broadway in Tucson announces 2024-2025 season

School of Dance benefit reaches scholarship goal

School of Dance benefit reaches scholarship goalLEARN MORE

The School of Dance’s inaugural scholarship benefit gala on Feb. 16 was a resounding success, reaching its goal of raising $100,000.

The School of Dance’s inaugural scholarship benefit gala on

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School of Dance benefit reaches scholarship goal

Father inspires Art alum’s Oppenheimer exhibit

Father inspires Art alum’s Oppenheimer exhibitLEARN MORE

Even before the Oscar-winning film “Oppenheimer” hit theaters, University of Arizona School of Art alum Ernesto A. Trujillo created a striking collection of

Even before the Oscar-winning film “Oppenheimer” hit

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Father inspires Art alum's Oppenheimer exhibit

How can the arts inform future space exploration

How can the arts inform future space explorationLEARN MORE

How can the arts can intersect with space exploration? A four-person all-artist crew undertook a simulated moon mission to find out. 

How can the arts can intersect with space exploration? A

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How can the arts inform future space exploration

Meet Maya Jackson: A landscape-based, conceptual photographer

Meet Maya Jackson: A landscape-based, conceptual photographerLEARN MORE

Meet Maya Jackson, a landscape-based, conceptual photographer graduate student from Richmond, Virginia, and MFA graduate student.

Meet Maya Jackson, a landscape-based, conceptual

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Meet Maya Jackson: A landscape-based, conceptual photographer

Tiffany Fraser, the maestro behind the curtains of Sweeney Todd

Tiffany Fraser, the maestro behind the curtains of Sweeney ToddLEARN MORE

“Sweeney Todd,” the iconic Broadway musical, is ready for its final weekend of performances, under the care of stage manager Tiffany Fraser.

“Sweeney Todd,” the iconic Broadway musical, is ready for

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Tiffany Fraser, the maestro behind the curtains of Sweeney Todd

Sewing in Space

Sewing in SpaceLEARN MORE

Ivy Wahome is set to embark on a space simulation in Biosphere 2 for the Imagination 1 all-artist crew, March 10-15.

Ivy Wahome is set to embark on a space simulation in

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Sewing in Space

Dancing in Space

Dancing in SpaceLEARN MORE

Associate Dance Professor Elizabeth ‘Liz’ George is among the four artists participating in Imagination 1, a six-day simulated moon mission.

Associate Dance Professor Elizabeth ‘Liz’ George is

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Dancing in Space
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Bernal ‘Monografía’ illuminates photographer’s impact

05/20/24
“Louis Carlos Bernal: Monografía” is a landmark survey of one of the most significant American photographers of the 20th century, co-published
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Ansel Adams’ timeless portraits immortalized on stamps

05/19/24
The U.S. Postal Service dedicated a commemorative series of 16 stamps celebrating the photography of Ansel Adams, co-founder of the Center
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Imagination 1 mission featured in Esquire UK

05/18/24
Chris Cokinos, University of Arizona professor emertius of English, wrote an account of the all-artist moon mission, dubbed Imagination 1, for Esquire UK.
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Craig T. Nelson tells graduates to share challenges overcome

05/18/24
One of Craig T. Nelson’s first acting gigs, during his time as a University of Arizona drama student in the 1960s, went off the rails when his two front teeth flew from his
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The Sky is the Limit for Skylar Fry

05/18/24
The sky is the limit for Skylar Fry, a leader for the arts. “The day I realized what it meant to be a leader was the
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College leadership transitions, faculty promotions announced

05/18/24
Yuri Makino, associate professor of film and television, has accepted an appointment as Interim Dean for Academic Affairs and Student Success for the College
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CFA celebrates its 2024 graduates, award winners 

05/06/24
The College of Fine Arts celebrates all of its graduates at the Spring 2024 Graduation Ceremony May 12 at Centennial Hall, including the “Outstanding Seniors” and
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Online film students, the Bomar brothers, make ‘American Gothic’

05/03/24
Grant and Dean Bomar, aspiring filmmakers, are taking their first steps toward becoming the next Coen Brothers through the Film & Television BA program at Arizona
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