Art & Visual Culture Education Resources
Students at the UA School of Art have exceptional resources available to them, besides mentorship by an international faculty with strong reputations in research and practice. The University houses several museums, including The University of Arizona Museum of Art, the Center for Creative Photography (one of the world‚ leading photography archives and exhibition centers), the Arizona State Museum, and the Joseph Gross, Lionel Rombach, and Student Union art galleries. The University Library has an extensive collection of books, periodicals, and media and is ranked seventeenth among research libraries in the United States. In additional, the School and Division facilitate internships, work-study, and other learning opportunities with various organizations across the city, including the Center for Creative Photography, the University of Arizona Museum of Art, the School of Art galleries, and Tucson Museum of Art. Excellent multimedia facilities are available to students. The Office of Student Computing Resource‚ Multimedia Zone is well equipped for the art and visual culture education student. The School of Art‚ Visual Resources Center (slides and digital images) contains over 200,000 slides and a large digital bank. Take virtual tours of the campus, artworks on campus, and Tucson. The city is rich in arts and cultural resources and was recently named as 15th in the nation for its public arts.
Visit the Art & Visual Culture Education Academic Programs page for course information.Academic Program Info