Film festival celebrates indigenous world cinema

Film festival celebrates indigenous world cinemaLEARN MORE

The inaugural Flagstaff Red Screen Film Festival celebrates the work of local and international Indigenous filmmakers to promote greater understanding of Indigenous cultures.

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Film festival celebrates indigenous world cinema

Art installation helps communities understand water quality

Art installation helps communities understand water qualityLEARN MORE

MFA artist Dorsey Kaufmann creates an interactive art installation, Ripple Effect, visualizes water quality data through sound, light and water. The installation was shown in

MFA artist Dorsey Kaufmann creates an interactive art

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Four Questions: UArizona's role in nation's longest-running Mexican Film Festival

Four Questions: UArizona's role in nation's longest-running Mexican Film FestivalLEARN MORE

Tucson Cine Mexico, the longest-running festival of Mexican cinema in the United States, will feature free screenings of seven Spanish-language films, with English subtitles, as

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Four Questions: UArizona's role in nation's longest-running Mexican Film Festival

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

The School of Art is getting a new mural. Recent alumnus

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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

Alejandro Macias, assistant professor at the School of

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Macias featured in four Texas exhibitions

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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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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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

Murals, public art will become a 'defining feature' of University identity

Murals, public art will become a 'defining feature' of University identityLEARN MORE

Arizona Athletics commissioned School of Art alumnus Danny Martin (MFA ’08) to paint a mural, “The Cactus Comet Rides Again” on Arizona Stadium.

Arizona Athletics commissioned School of Art alumnus Danny

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Murals, public art will become a 'defining feature' of University identity
10/7/2021

Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0

Arizona Arts Live
We are inspired by
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Venue: UA Mall
Start Time: 12:00am

Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0

Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0LEARN MORE Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0
10/8/2021

LAS CAFETERAS

Arizona Arts Live
Creative, socially
Creative, socially
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Venue: MSA Annex
Start Time: 8:00pm

LAS CAFETERAS

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10/27/2021

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Arizona Arts Live
A wonder of
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Venue: Marroney Theatre
Start Time: 7:30pm
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All patrons are required to wear a face-covering at this performance.

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PHOTOS: 2021 'I Dream in Widescreen' at the drive-in

PHOTOS: 2021 'I Dream in Widescreen' at the drive-inLEARN MORE

Photos and award winners from 'I Dream in Widescreen 2021,' the School of Theatre, Film & Television annual showcase of senior thesis films.

Photos and award winners from 'I Dream in Widescreen 2021,'

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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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Audiences can vote on piano competition at the Trester Festival

Audiences can vote on piano competition at the Trester FestivalLEARN MORE

The inaugural Trester Festival for Latin American Music includes student piano competition and the audience gets a vote.

The inaugural Trester Festival for Latin American Music

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A Statement of Solidarity from Arizona Arts

A Statement of Solidarity from Arizona ArtsLEARN MORE

Dear Arizona Arts colleagues, Today the University of Arizona Office of the Provost issued a statement condemning the violence in Georgia earlier this week that left eight

Dear Arizona Arts colleagues, Today the University of

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Wonder Makes Us Find a Way

Wonder Makes Us Find a WayLEARN MORE

"My Song” is our song, performed by the students of the University of Arizona College of Fine Arts. No matter what the setback, we keep coming back. Because we’re Wildcats.

"My Song” is our song, performed by the students of the

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Conversations on collaboration with film alumni

Conversations on collaboration with film alumniLEARN MORE

A veritable who’s who of industry luminaries – all School of Theatre, Film & Television alumni, participate in I Dream in Widescreen 2020.

A veritable who’s who of industry luminaries – all

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I Dream in Widescreen: Q&A with Rising Stars

I Dream in Widescreen: Q&A with Rising StarsLEARN MORE

An interview feature with four of the 14 BFA student directors of thesis films shown at the annual showcase, I Dream in Widescreen.

An interview feature with four of the 14 BFA student

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