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Documentary Filmmaker Beverly Seckinger, Director of the Lesbian Looks Film Festival, talks about teaming up with Cine Mexico and making social justice films.

Filmmakers, Festivals Adapting

Advances helping expand diversity on, off screen

Peter Young, artist, shares his retrospective exhibition of art work at MOCA, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Downtown Tucson.

Peter Young: Capitalist Masterpieces

Retrospective at MOCA reveals evolution of noted artist

'It's a Great Moment in Mexican Cinema'

Critical acclaim grows; on display in Tucson Cine Mexico 2013

A young reader talks about his favorite book.

'A Book I Love'

Tucson Festival of Books participants reveal their favorites

Exhibit: 'A World Separated by Borders'

State Museum photography display evokes imagination

A Life in Photography

Nathan Lyons with Jessica McDonald at the UA Center for Creative Photography

Dr. Oren Lyons

Vine Deloria, Jr. Distinguished Indigenous Scholars Series

Glenn Weyant works in his studio where he creates unique sound sculptures from everyday objects.

Open Studio: Glenn Weyant

Meet Tucson artist whose work is driven by love for sounds that people miss

Jillian Cantor and Adam Rex talk about their careers as writers and their involvement in the upcoming Festival of Books at The University of Arizona.

Tucson Festival of Books This Weekend

Two authors share their enthusiasm for the upcoming celebration of all things literary

A wall at the Tucson Museum of Art's "Desert Grasslands" exhibit.

Exhibit Explores Desert Grasslands Art

On display: Artists 'passionate about the environment'

New Oral History Project to Collect 'Arizona Experiences'

Recording booth at this weekend's book fair to let Arizonans record and preserve their stories

Naomi Benaron, author, shares her debut novel, Running the Rift, and will be appearing with Craig Johnson, Jonathan Tropper, and Tom Zoellner at the Tucson Chapter of the Brandeis National Committee's 17th Annual Book & Author Luncheon on March 6th and 7th.

Tucson Author Draws Inspiration from Africa

Naomi Benaron discusses 'Running the Rift,' novel about a Tutsi boy

1st Hip-Hop Symposium Jumpstarts Academic Dialogue

Hip-Hop scholars and performers convene at UofA

'Love Your Body Week' Explores Image

Impact of media messages, discussion for women of all body types

Robert C. Beverly discusses his new play, "A Red and Rich Review".

'Expressionist' Beverly's latest inspiration

Tucson playwright's new stage production explores differences, similarities in people

Chia Lin Pao Tao, PhD, professor in the Asian American Studies department at the University of Arizona, discusses how the fine art of Chinese calligraphy contains benefits that extend into other aspects of life.

'Practice Calligraphy, Live Longer'

UA professor brings ancient art to her students

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