From her childhood years into adulthood, Lori Wiest has been surrounded by music. Now, she has been appointed the new director of the University of Arizona’s Fred Fox School of Music starting on July 1.
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As businesses began to shut down and travel restrictions came into place, a University of Arizona instructor and a UA alumna were traveling out of the country. Because of this, their trips changed from relaxing holidays into action-packed adventures.
Enjoy a mixed repertoire of ballet dances and dessert tastings at Tucson Ballet’s spring concert season finale on the University of Arizona campus.
There are plenty of ways for students to make new friends across campus, from participating in Greek Life to joining clubs or intramural sports teams. One of the lesser known methods available at the University of Arizona are themed dorm communities where like-minded people can connect during the first year of school.
Co-authors Christopher Domin, an associate professor of architecture at the University of Arizona, and Kathryn McGuire, a Tucson architect, recently published a book titled “Powerhouse: The Life and Work of Judith Chafee.” The two will be presenting authors at the upcoming Tucson Festival of Books.
Everyone knows the University of Arizona has basketball teams and many people have heard of the UA Quidditch team, but most people don’t know that the UA has a rodeo team.
The third annual “Our Stories: High School Artists” exhibition opened Saturday, Feb. 8 at the University of Arizona Museum of Art, featuring artwork by high school students from across the city.
Featuring painted replicas of a famous photographer’s Native American portraits, the “Edward Curtis Legends Exhibition” held its reception at Studio ONE: A Space for Art and Activism on Friday, Jan. 31.
Art crime is woven throughout museums, galleries and private collections alike. From forgeries to the theft of its most valuable painting, the University of Arizona Museum of Art has an art crime history all of its own.
Bridging the gap between separated sister cities that share one culture, “Arte de la Frontera” held its reception at Studio ONE: A Space for Art and Activism on Friday, Nov. 8.
In today’s political climate, there is a lot of conflict regarding the United States and Mexico border. This issue prompts local, national and international artists to band together for an exhibit to bring attention to the state of the border from both sides of the border.
Tucson is brimming with old structures rumored to be haunted, from Hotel Congress to the Fox Theatre, but the Owls Club is where both alcoholic and ghostly spirits collide.
On pieces of wooden board that are all different shapes and sizes, environmentalism and feminism collide in an explosion of color.
Together with ArtWorks, the University of Arizona Museum of Art is hosting an art exhibition chronicling the universal human feelings of loss and grief titled “Crafting My Story: Experiences of Loss, Grief and Spiritual Life.”
Students, add another thing to your workloads: applying to scholarships.