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  • Judith Revisited

    Artifact takes on timeless story of biblical heroine in concert of dance and music
      In the latter days of the Renaissance, the daring Italian painter Caravaggio painted a dark and violent canvas, “Judith Beheading Holofernes.”
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  • Mid-Century Madness

    Modernism Week showcases a dance studio, houses, art and even vintage trailers
      It was the early '60s and Barbara Mettler had just arrived in Tucson, ready to build a dance studio in the desert.
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  • Dance’s Spooky Season

    Ballet Tucson performs Phantom of the Opera and Balanchine’s haunting Walpurgisnacht
      There's a reason that Ballet Tucson now has 27 female dancers.
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  • Pieces of Resistance

    A new show at Bentley's seeks to raise awareness—and money—for Planned Parenthood
      Planned Parenthood may be facing more hostility today than it has at any time since its founding members were jailed back in 1916 for distributing birth-control information that was considered "obscene literature."
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  • Irish Music Old-Style

    Famed fiddler Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill return to Tucson for an evening of trad tunes
      Superstar Irish fiddler Martin Hayes is on the line, calling not from Ireland as you might expect, but from his home in Madrid.
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  • Bathed in Light

    Rising young photog exhibits brilliant portraits of African-Americans at Joseph Gross
      Graves has found a game-changing new way to portray black people in America.
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  • Where’s the Warhol?

    UA Professor’s Film To Show At The Loft
      Yellow, red and blue. The color scheme of simpler times.
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  • Drum Roll, Please

    Odaiko Sonora and friends are keeping the beat at the Rhythm Industry Performance Factory
      People are milling about in groups with dogs (hot, veggie and even a few of the furry variety), exchanging hugs and stories.
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  • Stolen Goods

    Controversial and priceless de Kooning painting back in Tucson after 31 years
      The movie-plot story of how a priceless painting stolen 31 years ago from the U of A made its way home, damaged but savable.
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  • Fall Arts Preview

    Digging into the Old Pueblo's arts and theater for autumn
      Tucson's art season began not with a flash but a shadow, when the full moon crossed the blazing Arizona sun one dazzling morning last week.
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  • Fall Arts Preview: Visual Arts

    It's a whole new season of artful protestations, abstractions and sheer beauty
      Visual arts exhibits, tours and experiences offer plenty to see and do this fall.
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  • Fall Arts Preview: Theatre

    Escape the crazy into the magical realism of stage and show
      So far you've outlasted the crazy events of the past year and have landed at the precipice-of a new theater season.
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  • Fall Arts Preview: Dance

    A season highlighted by Balanchine, Cuban imports and and the Biblical story of Judith
      All the dance events you need to know this fall.
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  • Fall Arts Preview: Classical Music

    YoYoMa! Mariachis! James Bond! Classical music has modern twists in Tucson this fall
      Fall musical performances you won't want to miss
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  • Answering Every Calling

    Artist-activist Kathryn Ferguson is celebrated in a weekend of performances and screenings
      Kathryn Ferguson had so many talents and interests it's hard to tally them all up.
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  • Fire and Fury

    The temperature is scalding and so is the art in Ay Qué Calor! at Raices Taller
      For "Liar, Liar Pants on Fire," Linda Bohlke scorched a pair of toddler jeans and emblazoned them with the flaming face of our president, Mr. Fire and Fury himself.
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  • Bloom Free

    Young, border-raised Tucson entrepreneur Jocelyn Valencia rises on hip-hop and hard-won self-care
      If Tucson is a body, Jocelyn is the synapses connecting its creative faculties.
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  • Hot in the City

    Three UA dance alums choreograph works for Artifact summer showcase downtown
      The Showcase, a rare summer dance concert in Tucson, will feature all of the 23 students who are participating in the summer intensive.
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  • Art in Technicolor

    Tucson Theaters Rep our Community
      Borderlands has made a name for itself by celebrating the legacy of the barrio and the diversity of the voices of our beloved borderland region.
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