In the wake of mass closures of art galleries and other artistic gathering places due to the coronavirus, student artists have to reevaluate their situations.
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Current Tucson Police Department Composite artists Jessica Romero and Krysta Kittoe did not join TPD knowing they would become composite artists creating sketches of crime suspects.
University of Arizona author and alumnus Chris Gall talks inspiration and work for upcoming Tucson Festival of Books
Author, illustrator and University of Arizona alumnus Chris Gall drew from his childhood experience, literally. Gall sat down with the Daily Wildcat to discuss his inspirations, work and speaking engagement at the upcoming Tucson Festival of Books.
Quiahuitl Villegas knew she had become a Governor’s Arts Awards finalist when the announcer admitted he would have difficulty saying her name.
Artists from vastly different backgrounds showcased their unique and individual visions of the art for the finale of the 10th annual “On Our Own Time” art exhibit, which ran Feb. 3- 15. University of Arizona employees and their immediate families gathered at Biosciences Research Lab lobby to celebrate the last night of the exhibit.
As usual most days, a crowd of people populated Hotel Congress on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020. This show was not just a concert, however, but a benefit show to raise money for the Australian charity Fire Relief Fund for First Nations Communities, in light of the bush fires still raging in Australia.
Despite previous success, Eegee’s co-founder and restaurateur Ed Irving has decided to start fresh in the food service industry.
We’re all rough drafts of our true selves, always young and always learning — this is the concept behind Rough Draft’s new EP, released on Jan. 19.
A mother stood by her son’s artwork with a beaming smile as a phone camera flashed while other visitors gazed at pieces of art intently. Artwork descriptions and artist profiles read as letters of encouragement, love, admiration, hope and, above all, resilience.
The new year brings a chance to relive or discover for the first time the cascade of classic seasonal festivals that have made Tucson their home. For students looking to get a concentrated taste of local culture, the Daily Wildcat picked some of these classic events to highlight this semester.
History is closer to the present day than some may believe.
Arriving at the Old Factory & Scheme Scumfest, attendees saw that, despite the fact that Scumfest was held in a residential neighborhood, youth art and music in Tucson are thriving.
SlutWalk aims to reclaim and redefine what being a “slut” means and put an end to victim blaming in cases of sexual assault in the Southwest. Reclaiming that term in honor of transgender women and women of color is of major importance.
As the first university in the state, the University of Arizona has educated many generations — some entire families have been Wildcats. For the Huss family, the phrase “Wildcat for life” has taken on a whole new meaning.
The Tucson Convention Center is gearing up for Tucson Comic Con on Nov. 1-3, which will host a space for cosplayers from all around to explore their limitless imagination and creativity. For some local cosplayers, imagination and creativity are said to be tools that connect with others in the community.
Scrolling through the drag queen Piranha's Instagram is a boldly colorful but dark aesthetic accessorized with anime and macabre stickers. However, looking past the fantasy, glitter and stickers, drag plays a more therapeutic role in Piranha's life.
You have 48 hours to get the theme, gather teammates, and develop a game. These are the basic guidelines for a Game Jam.