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The project will create immersive scenarios that simulate typical experiences of discrimination, with the goal of promoting honest and productive discussions about racism.
Lisa Molomot and Jacob Bricca spent five years creating "Missing in Brooks County," which chronicles migrant struggles in one of the most dangerous corners of the United States.
For the fourth time, the University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television is ranked among The Wrap's Top 50 Film Schools in the U.S.
Alejandro Macias, an assistant professor in the UArizona School of Art, has work in three exhibits celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs through Oct. 15.
UA Presents, the university's performing arts presenter, has a new name: Arizona Arts Live. Executive Director Chad Herzog says the rebranding is part of a broader effort to make Tucson an arts destination.
The October series of virtual presentations will include discussions about Black Lives Matter, immigration, health care disparities, student activism and more.
Science and folklore can be important partners when it comes to addressing global challenges like climate change and COVID-19. Folklorist Maribel Alvarez says folklore can document the kind of "knowing" that only comes from generations of tradition and observation.
The $750,000 grant to University Libraries will allow researchers to produce open-access humanities research from the border for both academic and popular audiences.
Experts from the College of Fine Arts say this is a good time to focus on creating your own art, in addition to taking in your favorite movies, shows, books and music.
A new UArizona project aims to build a stronger community of student veterans and empower them to tell their own stories, with an understanding of the broader context of post-war homecoming across different generations and cultures.