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. Delivery Systems

    In Delivery Systems, 16 artists from across the United States will exhibit their work alongside the materials, mechanisms and collateral they used to ship that work to the gallery and plan their installation. All the artists live and work more than 100 miles from the Joseph Gross Gallery at the University of Arizona School of Art, […]

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  4. Sama Alshaibi: Generation After Generation

    Sama Alshaibi is the recipient of the 2021 Arlene and Morton Scult Artist Award. Her solo exhibition at Phoenix Art Museum — on view through May 14, 2023 — showcases her­­­ latest projects of photographic imagery, video, and installation, which link themes of dispossession, mobility, peripheries, refuge, ecological entropy, and future and historical imaginings. Sept. […]

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  5. VASE Lecture: Bethany Collins

    Bethany Collins, a multidisciplinary artist who works in Chicago, will talk about how race and language interact in her works as part of the School of Art’s Visiting Artists and Scholars Lecture Series. In her Contranyms series, for instance, Collins transposes definitions from Webster’s New World Dictionary of American Language onto American Masters paper, then […]

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