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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

Two young teenage musicians, Cameron Williams and Augustus Woodrow-Tomizuka, were selected for a prestigious NPR music show.

Two Tucson Teenagers Earn Classical Music Honor

Classical music public radio program "From the Top" records a show in Tucson, featuring two local artists as guests

Guitarist Brian Chambouleyron demonstrates some of the qualities that make the "nuevo tango" so unique.

'Passionately, Piazzolla' Celebrates Adventurous Composer

A special blend of dance, live music and acting honor the life of acclaimed tango composer Astor Piazzolla

Merlin Cohen, stone artist, speaks about how and why he does stone sculptures.

Open Studio: Merlin Cohen

Meet a local artist who can see the elegance in a block of stone

TMA Curator: 'Roles of Women Have Changed'

Exhibit traces artistic representation of women in Latin America

4/10/12

Tucson Sculpture Festival Expands

Exhibition showcases diversity of three-dimensional art

Inmate Writing Allows Freedom of Expression

Author & UA professor Erec Toso discusses the special writing workshops that he leads at a Tucson prison, and shares some of the truth and beauty that is the result

The Portland Cello Project

The Portland Cello Project

Have you ever wondered what multiple cellos and an alternative folk trio performing the music of pop composer Beck would sound like?

The first Hollywood film about bank robber John Dillinger was made in 1945 and starred Lawrence Tierney

Three Views of John Dillinger

"Public Enemy No. 1" John Dillinger made history in Tucson 81 years ago this month. Film writer Chris Dashiell looks back at three different Dillinger-inspired films from three different Hollywood eras

Loft Cinema will present its second annual international film festival from November 10th 17th, 2011. Honoring Tucsons richly diverse cultural community.

Not Just Another Film Festival

'Out in Desert' brings diversity of LGBT cinema to big screen

Lynn Fleishman, executive director, and one of the founding members of The Drawing Studio, discusses how classes in the visual arts have the ability to benefit just about anyone.

Drawing Studio: 'Skills of Visual Thinking'

Downtown art collective marks 21 years of innovative education

Indigo Girls Amy Ray (l) and Emily Saliers (r)

Indigo Girls Meet The Tucson Symphony

Singer, songwriter, and musician Emily Saliers discusses Indigo Girls' new symphonic tour, and what it takes to re-imagine their music with an orchestral backing

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