1. Exposing Muybridge by Marc Shaffer

    Brilliant, ambitious, and mischievous, the 19th-century San Francisco photographer Eadweard Muybridge lived the lives of a dozen men before his breakthrough photographs of running horses set the course for the development of cinema and transformed the camera into a machine of unmatched perception and persuasion.  But hiding in Muybridge’s work are clues that provoke an enduring question: Can we believe what we see in a photograph? Program Schedule: 5p … Print viewing of CCP collection materials, […]

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  2. HarpFusion | Shall We Dance

    Join HarpFusion on the dance floor for our final concert of the season! Exploring the breadth of expression, from treasures of the ballet repertoire to Latin grooves, this is sure to be a fun evening! In-person and livestream options! Tuesday, May 3, 7pHolsclaw Hall, $10  Buy Tickets Livestream

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  3. Undergraduate Percussion Ensemble

    The University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music presents the Undergraduate Percussion Ensemble concert, directed by Morris Palter with assistant directors Corey Denham and Katelynn Ward. Opener for RH – Barrett Hipes b. 1984 and Aaron Ragsdale b. 1978 Four Movements- Michael Udow b. 1949 Living Room Music- John Cage 1912-1992 Canticle No. 1- […]

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  4. Graduate String Quartet

    The University of Arizona Graduate String Quartet is made up of master’s and doctoral students selected from a national search. The ensemble contributes to the Fred Fox School of Music outreach and educational initiatives. Emmy Tisdel, violin Emmy Tisdel is a doctoral student at the Fred Fox School of Music and a student of Tim Kantor. […]

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  5. University of Arizona Opera Theatre presents

    Join UA Opera Theatre as we present two of Puccini’s most famous one-act operas, Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi. Suor Angelica synopsis – Seven years have passed since Suor Angelica was forced into the convent by her wealthy family for a mysterious indiscretion. Her quiet retreat is destroyed when her aunt brings news of the outside world which will […]

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  6. Alanna Airitam: The Golden Age

    Alanna Airitam’s photographic project, “The Golden Age” celebrates a vision of Black Americans that is uplifting, inspiring, and empowering.  In 10 luscious and elegant large-scale portraits, the artist features contemporary African Americans as symbolic saints who are simultaneously magnificent and powerful.   The title refers to an era of portrait painting when Dutch Old Masters like Rembrandt […]

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  7. 2022 BFA Exhibition

    The School of Art is proud to present the 2022 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition! Opening March 14, this is the first in-person BFA Exhibition in the renovated Lionel Rombach Gallery and the refreshed Joseph Gross Gallery in three years. The show takes place annually each spring semester to highlight the work of our BFA studio and AVCE undergraduates. […]

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  8. EARTH DAY-THEMED ART TRIVIA HAPPY HOUR

    April is Earth Month, so the works featured in this round will celebrate the natural beauty of our planet and remind us why it deserves protecting. As usual, the multiple choice questions will be fun for all trivia lovers (no art or ecological knowledge needed) and answers will be anonymous. Register below and join us […]

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  9. 2022 MASTER OF FINE ART THESIS EXHIBITION

    An annual tradition since 1970, the UAMA is proud to host the 2022 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition along with the UArizona School of Art’s Joseph Gross Gallery. This exhibition is the culmination of the Master of Fine Arts studio degree and is presented during a graduate student’s final semester in the program. Celebrate the 2022 Master […]

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  10. TUCSON STORIES: FOOD, HEALTH, COMMUNITY, JUSTICE

    In 2020, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and following the murder of George Floyd, Tucson-based photographer Kathleen Dreier began to document the Tucson community and the social issues it was grappling with. Each participant from these photo essays shared their personal story of how the year 2020 had impacted them, how their family […]

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