1. EARTH DAY-THEMED ART TRIVIA HAPPY HOUR

    April is Earth Month, so the works featured in this round will celebrate the natural beauty of our planet and remind us why it deserves protecting. As usual, the multiple choice questions will be fun for all trivia lovers (no art or ecological knowledge needed) and answers will be anonymous. Register below and join us […]

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  2. 2022 MASTER OF FINE ART THESIS EXHIBITION

    An annual tradition since 1970, the UAMA is proud to host the 2022 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition along with the UArizona School of Art’s Joseph Gross Gallery. This exhibition is the culmination of the Master of Fine Arts studio degree and is presented during a graduate student’s final semester in the program. Celebrate the 2022 Master […]

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  3. VOICES: REAL STORIES OF HUNGER AND HOPE

    Created by the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, VOICES documents the everyday hardships, triumphs and inspirations of people in our community.  Featuring the voices of clients, volunteers, donors, staff and community partners, this exhibition brings many hidden food stories to light. While we all must consume food to live, VOICES reminds us that our access to food and […]

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  4. TUCSON STORIES: FOOD, HEALTH, COMMUNITY, JUSTICE

    In 2020, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and following the murder of George Floyd, Tucson-based photographer Kathleen Dreier began to document the Tucson community and the social issues it was grappling with. Each participant from these photo essays shared their personal story of how the year 2020 had impacted them, how their family […]

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  5. SPORTS-THEMED ART TRIVIA HAPPY HOUR

    Alright, sports fans. In the spirit of March Madness, this round’s theme is for you! As usual, the multiple choice questions will be fun for all trivia lovers (no art or sports knowledge needed) and answers will be anonymous. So grab the seven-layer dip and throw on your team’s colors, then join us on Zoom at […]

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  6. OUR STORIES: HIGH SCHOOL ARTISTS 2022

    This annual exhibition showcases the creativity and artistic achievement of high school artists across Tucson and Pima County. What unique artistic practices have teachers and student artists developed in classrooms across Southern Arizona? What ideas do young artists want to express, and how do they do it through art?  Artworks were chosen for the exhibition and […]

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  7. A BOOK LIKE HUNDRED FLOWER GARDEN: WALASSE TING’S 1¢ LIFE

    Walasse Ting (1928-2010) was born Ding Xiongquan in the Chinese city of Wuxi, and spent much of his early life in Shanghai. By the time he moved to Paris in 1953, he had adopted the pseudonym Walasse Ting; the last letters in “Walasse” are an homage to the painter Henri Matisse. In Paris, he befriended […]

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  8. ASHURBANIPAL, P.T. BARNUM, ROYAL EUNUCHS, AND FAT-TAILED SHEEP

    The Arizona State Museum, devoted to the archaeology and ethnology of the American Southwest and northern Mexico, seems a very unlikely home for a fragment of a Neo-Assyrian relief panel from King Ashurbanipal’s 7th century B.C.E. North Palace at Nineveh in ancient Mesopotamia. Intrigued? Delve in with Dr. Irene Bald Romano, curator of Mediterranean archaeology, professor of […]

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