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  • Bulldozing the Barrio
  • Bulldozing the Barrio

    Photos and film at UA Special Collections document the neighborhood lost to urban renewal
      The grand stone-and-adobe Otero House, boasting a decorative porch and a brick wall around its tidy front yard, didn't look like an example of urban blight.
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  • To Book or Not to Book
  • To Book or Not to Book

    Inventive “Paper/Works” at Poetry Center range from artist volumes to whirligigs
      If someone told you there was an exhibition of paper works at the UA Poetry Center, you'd mostly likely expect to see books. With poems in them. Written on paper.
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  • Dream Building
  • Dream Building

    Tucson High drama teacher recognized for the real connections he develops with students, theater
      Art Almquist loves his job.
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  • Bathed in Light
  • Bathed in Light

    A 75th-birthday exhibition pays tribute to Harold Jones’ long career in photography
      Back in the golden age of radio, when Harold Jones was a young man, he was working in his darkroom when a radio-cast of Waiting for Godot came on the air
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  • Arts Shuffle
  • Arts Shuffle

    After nearly a decade promoting the local arts community, Roberto Bedoya, respected TPAC administrator, resigns
      "It's been nine years," Roberto Bedoya says. "I'm really proud of [Tucson Pima Arts Council], and what it's accomplished. I'm ready to go. I'm just exhausted."
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  • Get 'The Big Picture'
  • Get 'The Big Picture'

    Central Tucson galleries celebrate the arrival of fall by opening their doors on Saturday night
  • Tempests Transformed
  • Tempests Transformed

    Contemporary artists at Tohono Chul revisit the West’s wild skies
  • On Eagle’s Wings
  • On Eagle’s Wings

    Solid “Arizona Biennial” at TMA explores tree die-offs, violence and pure beauty
      Normally, the every-other-year juried exhibition of Arizona artists is more hodge-podge than themed, a wild assemblage of art about everything. This year is different.
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  • The Welcoming Dead
  • The Welcoming Dead

    Artist Hank Tusinski’s Día de los Muertos installation at the TMA is both joyous and solemn

      The All Souls Procession is still over a week away—it rolls out on Sunday, Nov. 8—but a skeleton band is already on the march at the Tucson Museum of Art.

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  • Troubled Waters
  • Troubled Waters

    Kathleen Velo’s underwater images capture the terrible beauty of the Colorado River
      The second scariest moment in Kathleen Velo's long photographic odyssey along the Colorado River happened high in the Rocky Mountains.
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  • Making Art Work
  • Making Art Work

    How Christian Ramirez is building a bond between MOCA and the larger Tucson community
      Tucson has a lot going for it—transcendent lighting, relative affordability, perfect refried beans, Rococo clouds.
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