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Art professor Paul Ivey shares some lesser-known facts about the famous painting stolen from the university in 1985 and the man behind the artwork.
The university's Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry has formed a binational partnership to support Nogales artists in visually interpreting the realities of being from and living on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Willem de Kooning's "Woman-Ochre" was stolen from the University of Arizona Museum of Art 37 years ago. The painting is now back, and will go on exhibit at the museum this weekend.
El Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry de la Universidad de Arizona ha formado una asociación binacional para apoyar a los artistas de Nogales en la interpretación visual de las realidades de ser y vivir en la frontera entre los EE. UU. y México.
This year, UArizona and its marching band, the Pride of Arizona, celebrate the 70th anniversary of "Bear Down, Arizona," the song that accompanies nearly every Wildcats celebration. The first public performance of the song took place at a pep rally on Sept. 20, 1952.
First-year student Liam Mohajeri Norris will make "LEGO Masters" history as part of the first mother-son team to compete on the FOX competition show. Season three of "LEGO Masters" premieres Sept. 21 on FOX.
The university will establish a new Center for East Asian Studies that will join three other longstanding centers on campus. The centers will receive the funding over the next four years.
Beyond being the namesake of the UArizona Poetry Center building, Schaefer made decades of contributions to arts and cultural programs that were felt across Southern Arizona.
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Willem de Kooning's "Woman-Ochre," stolen from the University of Arizona Museum of Art in 1985 and unexpectedly returned more than three decades later, underwent a complex restoration at the world-renowned Getty Museum in Los Angeles. The painting will be on display at the Getty through Aug. 28 and then will return home to UArizona.