1. Centennial Prize winner Blanchette creates living sculpture

    Growing up in Maine, Claire Fall Blanchette often tagged along with a landscaper — her mom. “I spent a lot of time outside,” the School of Art graduate student said. The experience had a big influence on Blanchette when she began to bring nature into her artwork, including plants, grass and now fungi. That’s right, the MFA […]

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  2. Romano edits, co-authors ‘Fate of Antiquities in the Nazi Era’

    For University of Arizona Art History Professor Irene Bald Romano, a five-year journey with 15 other international scholars culminated last month when the authors saw their research published as a special online monograph, “The Fate of Antiquities in the Nazi Era.” The publication — edited and co-authored by Romano — presents for the first time a […]

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  3. Jenna Green’s journey to integrate art and wellbeing

    Jenna Green’s goal is to integrate art, meditation, and movement into museum programs and other community art spaces. “That can be mindfulness, meditation, beholding or slow looking at art,” said Green, a PhD student in art history and art education at the University of Arizona School of Art. “I’ve also done in the meditation realm, […]

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  4. Medici Mondays: Adi Beckman

    Adi Beckman interned at NBC on the Universal Studios backlot working in development for Peacock and NBC Broadcast, thanks to the support from the College of Fine Arts Medici Circle donors. Beckman is a senior in the School of Theatre, Film & Television, with minors in creative writing and marketing. During her internship, she was […]

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