University Fellow ties arts research with social justice

University Fellow ties arts research with social justiceLEARN MORE

Savanah Pennell is a PhD student studying art history and education at the School of Art, focusing on Southwest and contemporary Latinx art.

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University Fellow ties arts research with social justice

New exhibition explores integrating arts research on campus

New exhibition explores integrating arts research on campusLEARN MORE

The University of Arizona College of Fine Arts is presenting an arts research-centered exhibition at the Center for Creative Photography.

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New exhibition explores integrating arts research on campus

Mellon recipient Cordova hopes art project adds to border discourse

Mellon recipient Cordova hopes art project adds to border discourseLEARN MORE

Nathan Cordova, an MFA candidate in the School of Art, is one of eight University of Arizona students to receive the 2023 Mellon Fellowship.

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Mellon recipient Cordova hopes art project adds to border discourse

As honors flow, Macias hopes to expand border discourse

As honors flow, Macias hopes to expand border discourseLEARN MORE

University of Arizona art professor Alejandro Macias landed a prestigious three-month CALA Alliance residency this summer for Latinx artists.

University of Arizona art professor Alejandro Macias landed

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As honors flow, Macias hopes to expand border discourse

"Missing in Brooks County" nominated for a Peabody Award

"Missing in Brooks County" nominated for a Peabody AwardLEARN MORE

The film, "Missing in Brooks County," earned a nomination for a Peabody Award in the documentary category, it was announced April 11.

The film, "Missing in Brooks County," earned a nomination

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Mulcahy, Serafim receive RII production seed grants

Mulcahy, Serafim receive RII production seed grantsLEARN MORE

Arts faculty Michael Mulcahy and Marcos Serafim received 2022-23 Production Grants from the Office for Research, Innovation and Impact.

Arts faculty Michael Mulcahy and Marcos Serafim received

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Mulcahy, Serafim receive RII production seed grants

Alumna Varela accepted into UT-Austin career program

Alumna Varela accepted into UT-Austin career programLEARN MORE

Arizona arts alumna Bella Maria Varela has been named a prestigious Early Career Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin.

Arizona arts alumna Bella Maria Varela has been named a

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Alumna Varela accepted into UT-Austin career program

Erika Tenorio wins Indigenous design award, honors grandma

Erika Tenorio wins Indigenous design award, honors grandmaLEARN MORE

Erika Tenorio wins Indigenous People’s Day design award and becomes inaugural scholar for a Latin American Studies program.

Erika Tenorio wins Indigenous People’s Day design award

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Erika Tenorio wins Indigenous design award, honors grandma

Panama inspires grad student Arias in her art, filmmaking

Panama inspires grad student Arias in her art, filmmakingLEARN MORE

Born in Costa Rica, Jacqueline Arias was adopted by American parents and moved to the Panama Canal Zone at age 4. While she only spent three years there before moving

Born in Costa Rica, Jacqueline Arias was adopted

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Panama inspires grad student Arias in her art, filmmaking

CUES Spanning Boundaries Challenge

CUES Spanning Boundaries ChallengeLEARN MORE

School of Art’s Nicole Antebi has been selected for the Center for University Education Scholarship (CUES) 2022 Spanning Boundaries Team.

School of Art’s Nicole Antebi has been selected for the

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CUES Spanning Boundaries Challenge

Ash Dahlke debuts art installation in Southern Arizona

Ash Dahlke debuts art installation in Southern ArizonaLEARN MORE

Ash Dahlke debuts art installation at The Land with No Name, plus a bi-national, collaborative mural in Agua Prieta, Sonora.

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Ash Dahlke debuts art installation in Southern Arizona

Songs of Eagles and Stars

Songs of Eagles and StarsLEARN MORE

Songs of Eagles and Stars is the title of Diana Peralta's research project for her work as a 2021 Mellon-Fronteridades Graduate Fellow.

Songs of Eagles and Stars is the title of Diana Peralta's

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Songs of Eagles and Stars

Documentary filmmakers seek meaningful change in Brooks County

Documentary filmmakers seek meaningful change in Brooks CountyLEARN MORE

The documentary, Missing in Brooks County, created by Arizona faculty, will be screened at the Arizona International Film Festival.

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Documentary filmmakers seek meaningful change in Brooks County

Students to pursue border-engaged arts research

Students to pursue border-engaged arts researchLEARN MORE

Graduate artists Mariel Miranda and Bella Maria Varela (art) and Diana Peralta (music) were awarded border-engaged research scholarships.

Graduate artists Mariel Miranda and Bella Maria Varela

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Students to pursue border-engaged arts research

Karlito creates new mural on Speedway

Karlito creates new mural on SpeedwayLEARN MORE

The School of Art is getting a new mural. Recent alumnus and internationally renowned muralist Karlito Miller Espinosa, aka Mata Ruda, is creating a mural on the School of

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Karlito creates new mural on Speedway

Dual degree approach to storytelling

Dual degree approach to storytellingLEARN MORE

Roxanna Ibarra hopes to use her two degrees to convey storytelling visually and aurally, while embracing her Mexican and American cultures.

Roxanna Ibarra hopes to use her two degrees to convey

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Dual degree approach to storytelling

Macias featured in four Texas exhibitions

Macias featured in four Texas exhibitionsLEARN MORE

Alejandro Macias, assistant professor at the School of Art, currently has his work showcased in four exhibitions in time for Hispanic Heritage Month all in Texas. Macias grew

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Macias featured in four Texas exhibitions
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Barbara Grygutis: 2024 CFA Alumni of the Year

Barbara Grygutis: 2024 CFA Alumni of the YearLEARN MORE

The University of Arizona Alumni Association has named Barbara Grygutis (’68, ’71) the College of Fine Arts 2024 Alumni of the Year.

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Barbara Grygutis: 2024 CFA Alumni of the Year

University Fellow ties arts research with social justice

University Fellow ties arts research with social justiceLEARN MORE

Savanah Pennell is a PhD student studying art history and education at the School of Art, focusing on Southwest and contemporary Latinx art.

Savanah Pennell is a PhD student studying art history and

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University Fellow ties arts research with social justice

Opera students participated in national conference

Opera students participated in national conferenceLEARN MORE

Opera students and Associate Professor Cynthia Stokes participated the National Opera Association Conference in January.

Opera students and Associate Professor Cynthia Stokes

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Opera students participated in national conference

Meet your CFA Senator Dylan Crites 

Meet your CFA Senator Dylan Crites LEARN MORE

College of Fine Arts ASUA Senator Dylan Crites majors in computer science and theatre arts and he's found a way to combine both disciplines to bring people together on campus. 

College of Fine Arts ASUA Senator Dylan Crites majors in

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Meet your CFA Senator Dylan Crites 

Special guests headline inaugural dance scholarship benefit

Special guests headline inaugural dance scholarship benefitLEARN MORE

The inaugural School of Dance Scholarship Benefit on Feb. 16 hopes to raise $100,000 to support student success and they are bringing in several special guests for the

The inaugural School of Dance Scholarship Benefit on Feb.

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Special guests headline inaugural dance scholarship benefit

Arizona Arts Challenges for 2024 Giving Day

Arizona Arts Challenges for 2024 Giving DayLEARN MORE

Show your love for the arts by supporting Arizona Arts on Feb. 14 for Fuel Wonder Giving Day, a 24-hour campaign at the University of Arizona.

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Arizona Arts Challenges for 2024 Giving Day

Fundraising goal met for new Pride of Arizona uniforms

Fundraising goal met for new Pride of Arizona uniformsLEARN MORE

Fundraising goal was met for new uniforms for the Pride of Arizona Marching Band members, who will don the new uniforms next fall.

Fundraising goal was met for new uniforms for the Pride of

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Fundraising goal met for new Pride of Arizona uniforms

Four students earn opportunity at 50th President's Concert

Four students earn opportunity at 50th President's ConcertLEARN MORE

Four students earn opportunity to perform at the the 50th Annual President’s Concert celebrating student excellence in the School of Music.

Four students earn opportunity to perform at the the 50th

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Four students earn opportunity at 50th President's Concert
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