College of Fine Arts

Among the films featured at Tucson Cine Mexico this year is "Guie'dani's Navel," directed by Xavi Sala, which will have its Arizona premiere on March 29. Sótera Cruz (right) stars in the film, which follows a young girl who moves from her Oaxacan village to Mexico City when her mother takes a job as a live-in maid for a wealthy family.
March 22, 2019
Tucson Cine Mexico features free screenings of Spanish-language films, with English subtitles, and discussions with Mexican filmmakers.
Members of Tíolacadh, the UA's traditional Irish music ensemble, learn tunes from each other by ear. (Photo: Bob Demers/UANews)
March 12, 2019
For the UA's Irish music ensemble, rehearsals are about more than just the tunes. "We want to connect, and the music is there to connect everybody," said ensemble director Dawn Corso.
UA musical theater students rehearse with actress Kristin Chenoweth for a one-night performance in Tucson. (Photo: Bob Demers/UANews)
Jan. 23, 2019
Ten UA musical theater students got a special real-world learning experience when they were invited to perform alongside award-winning Broadway, film and television actress Kristin Chenoweth.
UA College of Fine Arts Dean Andrew Schulz was recently named vice president for the arts.
Jan. 17, 2019
The UA is investing in its future as an international arts destination with a new vice president for the arts position, filled by UA College of Fine Arts Dean Andrew Schulz.
UA Dance Ensemble members Maxwell Foster and Lydia Marbach. (Photo: Ed Flores)
Sept. 26, 2018
The UA's Bachelor of Fine Arts programs in dance, musical theater, and theater design and technology each placed in the top 10 among public universities in the latest rankings from OnStage.
Andrew Schulz
June 28, 2018
Andrew Schulz comes to the UA from Penn State, where he raised the profile of research and creative practice in the arts and established the Arts and Design Research Incubator.
UA Art Museum
Aug. 8, 2017
Meg Hagyard, a native Tucsonan and alumna of the UA, brings recent experience as senior director of external relations for the Office of Research, Discovery and Innovation.
Baby Lisanne Skyler and the Brillo Box from "Brillo Box (3¢ Off)." From the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Inc. (Brillo trademark used with permission of Armaly Brands Inc.; photo courtesy of HBO)
Aug. 2, 2017
Lisanne Skyler's "Brillo Box (3¢ Off)," about the odyssey of an Andy Warhol sculpture, tells a larger story about art, value and the decisions that shape a family's history. Skyler's parents paid $1,000 in 1969 for the piece — which sold for a cool $3.05 million in 2010.
According to artist David Tineo, a UA alumnus, “Our world has come to a crossroads. Borders, race, religion, skin color and sexual preference can no longer exist as barriers, for we are a great woven human tapestry.”
April 3, 2017
Exhibits introduce the UA Museum of Art to Phoenix residents, offer artists an opportunity to show their work, and create new opportunities for student and faculty engagement.

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