1. Black Faculty Speaker Series: Afrofuturism

    A new speaker series starting this month aims to highlight the experiences, expertise and creativity of Black people to the University and Tucson communities and foster a more inclusive campus culture for Black students, employees and other communities of color. The series, titled “Out of This World: Afrofuturist Expressions Across Science, Art, Technology and Design,” will […]

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  2. Photography and Southeast Asia: History and Practice

    The School of Art, Arizona Arts and the Center for Creative Photography are excited to invite the public to our third symposium on Asian photography, a full-day virtual symposium entitled “Photography and Southeast Asia: History and Practice.” The free symposium will be held entirely online to accommodate a broader audience in Asia, the U.S. and […]

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  3. Arizona Arts sees the future through an inclusive lens

    Arizona Arts sees the future through an inclusive lens within the Arizona Arts Master Plan, a gateway to the arts. In 17th century France, salons gave artists from the country’s elite class an opportunity to display their work in a government-sponsored exhibition. In March, the University held its own SALON – the Student Artist Live […]

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