1. HIP-HOP, CULTURE AND LATINX SPIRITUALITY

    Dr. Alex Nava is Professor of Religious Studies at UArizona and author of book Street Scriptures, as well as a native Tucsonan and first-generation college graduate. In this gallery talk, Dr. Nava considers the role that hip-hop played in his youth and how it helped shape his fascination with words, poetry and social justice. He […]

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  2. “WHAT DID GOYA SEE?”

    Spanning from the early 1770s to the late 1820s, Francisco Goya’s art career coincided with one of the most turbulent periods in European history. Taking its point of departure from the title I Saw It given to a print in Goya’s The Disasters of War series, this wide-ranging talk by Andrew Schulz, vice president for […]

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  3. UARIZONA MUSEUM DAY

    The University of Arizona Museum of Art is excited to participate in the University of Arizona’s first-ever Museum Day! Enjoy free admission, snacks and fun activities while checking out the museum’s latest exhibitions, then explore some of the other great participating museums nearby. Event highlights include:10-11:30a | Art Sprouts, an art-making program for kids ages 2-5 […]

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  4. Art History Symposium: ‘Natural/Unnatural’

    One of only 30 symposia in the country and the oldest of its kind, the 32nd annual University of Arizona Art History Symposium is organized and led by graduate students. This year’s symposium, “Natural/Unnatural,” will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, March 15, in the Retablo Gallery of the University of […]

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  5. ART AFTER DARK

    Join the University of Arizona Museum of Art, Center for Creative Photography and School of Art Galleries for a night out in the Arts Oasis from 4 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 8! On top of extended hours and free admission, visitors can enjoy a scavenger hunt, trivia, other fun activities and refreshments. In addition, be sure to join us for the “Nice to Meet You” […]

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  6. Virtual Conversation with Artist Annie Lopez

    Annie Lopez is a storyteller. Informed by family history, remedies, and lived experiences as both a Mexican-American and fourth-generation Phoenician, her stories are told with text, images and her signature cyanotype prints. Join us for a virtual conversation with the artist and UAMA Director Olivia Miller as they discuss Lopez’s work on view in the UAMA exhibition Annie Lopez: Origin […]

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  7. Reception for Annie Lopez: Origin Story

    Join us in celebrating the exhibition Annie Lopez: Origin Story with an evening reception featuring remarks by the artist, refreshments, and musical enrichment at the University of Arizona Museum of Art. Annie Lopez is a storyteller. Informed by family history, remedies, and lived experiences as both a Mexican-American and fourth-generation Phoenician, her stories are told with text and images […]

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  8. VIRTUAL ART TRIVIA HAPPY HOUR: COLOR!

    Bring in the new year for a confetti-like celebration of color with the University of Arizona Museum of Art! For this round of Virtual Art Trivia Happy Hour, UAMA will take a twirl around the color wheel and look at art composed predominantly of one hue. Whether your favorite is yellow or blue, there’s sure to be […]

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  9. VIRTUAL ART TRIVIA HAPPY HOUR: CLOUDS!

    Join us in the troposphere for December’s cloud-themed round of Virtual Art Trivia Happy Hour with the University of Arizona Museum of Art! Clouds are captivating. They are the accessories of the sky — adding drama and individuality to storms, sunsets and full moons alike. Our imaginations are ignited by the infinite forms they take, and we find calm in their […]

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