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Cynthia Jeffery and Joseph McGrath, actors in Rogue Theaters production of Richard III discuss the play and its ties to todays society.

'Power, Wealth, Ambition:' It Must Be Shakespeare

Rogue Theatre's production of 'Richard III' explores universal themes

Percussionist Evelyn Glennie Visits UA

Master Class teaches students how to listen

Bill Ganz, singer and songwriter, plays a song to demonstrate the Western music traditions that are being celebrated during the 2013 Cowboy Music & Western Art show in Tucson.

The Old West: Where Sun Never Sets

Weekend festival celebrates music, art, lifestyle

The Politics of Place

Latin American Photography, Past and Present

Natural Elements Inspire Western Art

Museum exhibit shows water, air, fire, earth as connections

What Does it Mean to Be Blue?

Blue Man Group brings multimedia performance to Tucson

Sonoran Hot Dog: 'Sense of Place'

Tucson chef says his dish inspired by icon of culinary landscape

Recording Emotional Aftermath of Violence

Documentary from India screens at Arizona International Film Festival

Camera As Art: 'It's Not Just a Tool'

Photographer Wayne Martin Belger on AZ Illustrated Arts, 6:30 p.m. PBS 6

Lola Alvarez Bravo

Rethinking the Archive

Alain-Philippe Durand Ph.D, director, for the School of International Languages and Interim Director of Africana Studies, discuss hip-hop and what it represents.

Does Academic Study Signal the Death of Hip Hop?

A conversation with UA professor about evolution and global appeal of culture

Adesola Osakalumi, performer, discusses FELA, the life and music of the Nigerian superstar Fela Anikulapo Kuti, who intertwined music, spirituality, politics, and the cult of celebrity in a unique way.

Celebrating Music of Nigerian Superstar

Tony award-winning Broadway musical "FELA!" arrives in Tucson

Jeff Chang, author of Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop, A History of The Hip Hop Generation, discusses how his book depicts how the movement came to define entire generations of young people.

Author Chronicles Rise of Hip Hop

UA professor: 'It's not just about a couple of rappers you see on TV'

Club Trains Service Dogs for People With Disabilities

Paws for the Cause gives UA students the opportunity to train future service dogs

Eddie’s Story: ‘Hopeless Cases’

Counselor uses troubled past to find new approaches to addiction treatment; Part 2 of 3

Dr. Suzan Shown Harjo

Vine Deloria, Jr. Distinguished Indigenous Scholars Series

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