March 24

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Arizona Arts Live
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Venue: The Rialto Theatre
Start Time: 8:00pm
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Doors 7 PM | Show 8 PM

All ages experience

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

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Racial Justice Studio launches Race/Remix podcast

Racial Justice Studio launches Race/Remix podcastLEARN MORE

Race/Remix, a new podcast produced by the Racial Justice Studio of Arizona Arts, launched with its first two episodes of Season 1 on Dec. 1. 

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Arizona Arts earns PRSA 'Award of Excellence'

Arizona Arts earns PRSA 'Award of Excellence'LEARN MORE

Arizona Arts won the “Award of Excellence” from the Southern Arizona PRSA for the State of the Arts | Impact Report 2022.

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Jeremy Denk to launch new artist residency for piano

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Jeremy Denk to launch the inaugural Sandra F. Lai Residency in Piano at the University of Arizona School of Music, Oct. 27-29.

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Medici Mondays: Nhan Ho

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Nhan Ho collaborated with sjDANCEco, a resident dance company in San Jose, California, thanks to the support from the College of Fine Arts Medici Circle donors. 

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Medici Mondays: Giovanni Accadia

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Giovanni Accadia participated in the Koblenz Guitar Festival and Competition in Germany, thanks to support from the College of Fine Arts Medici Circle donors.

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Medici Mondays: Ivy Wahome

Medici Mondays: Ivy WahomeLEARN MORE

Ivy Wahome did community service for the Rovy Youth Academy near her hometown in Kenya, thanks to support from Medici Circle donors.

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Jeehey Kim’s book on 'Photography and Korea,' called ‘pioneering’

Jeehey Kim’s book on 'Photography and Korea,' called ‘pioneering’LEARN MORE

Nearly five years in the making, Jeehey Kim‘s new book is the first history of Korean photography in English.

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He, Kim to receive "Early Career Scholar Awards"

He, Kim to receive "Early Career Scholar Awards"LEARN MORE

Yuanyuan (Kay) He and Jeehey Kim were awarded “Early Career Scholar Awards,” the University of Arizona announced on April 25.

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Senior's documentary 'brings Tucson's water story to life'

Senior's documentary 'brings Tucson's water story to life'LEARN MORE

When Tia Stephens needed a local issue to explore for her honors capstone documentary film project, the School of Art graduating senior picked a topic we sometimes take

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Arts, humanities, resilience projects selected for grants

Arts, humanities, resilience projects selected for grantsLEARN MORE

Five arts, humanities, resilience projects were selected to receive funding from the TRIF Water, Environment, and Energy Solutions initiative

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Richard Avedon, Truman Capote and the brutality of photography

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In' Richard Avedon, Truman Capote and the brutality of photography,' CCP Chief Curator Rebecca Senf considers portrait photography.

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CCP's "Richard Avedon Relationships" in Milan

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CCP's 'Richard Avedon Relationships' place the University of Arizona at the center of the fashion world kicking off Fashion Week in Milan.

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Ripple Effect takes Dorsey Kaufmann to Venice

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Dorsey Kaufmann’s immersive installation, “Ripple Effect,” was exhibited in Venice, Italy, at the ACM Conference on Creativity and Cognition.

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Graduate Wind Quintet performs in castle for Festival Musica Malicrone

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The Fred Fox Graduate Wind Quintet traveled to the city of Le Mans, France, to perform for the Festival Musica Malicorne, June 30-July 4.

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Dance alumna Erina Ueda has found success in Chicago

Dance alumna Erina Ueda has found success in ChicagoLEARN MORE

Dance alumna Erina Ueda (BFA '21) has found success in her career at Giordano Dance Chicago, performing and teaching dance.

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Macias completes Wassaic Project residency

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School of Art Assistant Professor Alex Macias recently completed an artist-in-residency with the Wassaic Project in New York.

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Inclusive Excellence Award winners announced

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Renovated Marroney reopens with the Craig T. Nelson Stage

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Thanks to generous donors, Arizona Arts will celebrate the reopening of the Marroney Theatre on Feb. 29, following extensive renovations.

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Barbara Grygutis: 2024 CFA Alumni of the Year

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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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University Fellow ties arts research with social justice

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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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Opera students participated in national conference

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

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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. 

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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

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Arizona Arts Challenges for 2024 Giving Day

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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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