1. Emerging Conversations: Reimagining Waterbearers

    Emerging Conversations is an annual art education symposium organized by graduate students in the Art & Visual Culture Education program at the University of Arizona School of Art. It is the only symposium of its kind on the West Coast in the United States. Emerging Conversations creates space for artists, educators, art historians, arts-based researchers, […]

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  2. intertwine

    Assistant Professors Jackie Glazier and Marissa Olegario perform “intertwine” at the Tucson Botanical Gardens. The composition by Los Angeles-based artist Sarah Gibson was inspired by MJ Levy-Dickson’s bird’s nest drawings. Gibson writes “I imagine these two parts as a mother bird and a baby bird as the latter gradually learns now to leave the nest.” […]

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  3. Wonder Makes Me Move

    ‘Wonder Makes Me Move’ tells the story of University of Arizona School of Dance alumnus Taylor Bradley, animated by a School of Art student.

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  4. Polsky follows her dance dreams to Italy

    Jessica Polsky came to the University of Arizona School of Dance to pursue a career on Broadway, but an experience abroad in Italy, caused her to take a 90-degree turn into something new. 

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  5. 24 Caprices for Solo Violin

    Dr. Immanuel T. Abraham (DMA ’18) produced “24 Caprices for Solo Violin,” a collection of advanced repertoires for unaccompanied violin.

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