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"The Wilderness Act: Arizonans Keeping It Wild for 50 Years" (exhibit)

<p>Cover illustration (detail) from &ldquo;Moulding Public Opinion To Help Save Our Trees&rdquo; by Mabel Louise Mills, 1927, Special Collections</p>A new exhibit at the University of Arizona showcases how, 50 years after becoming law, the Wilderness Act continues to benefit the American people by ensuring millions of acres of public land are available for recreation, exploration and inspiration. “The Wilderness Act: Arizonans Keeping It Wild for 50 Years” is on display from Aug. More...

"East Meets West: A Look at Chinese Culture and Folk Art" (exhibit)

Curated by the Confucius Institute at the University of Arizona, "East Meets West" explores Chinese culture through traditional and modern expressions including: Chinese Culture Experience Electronic Media Placements Traditional Chinese Intellectual Toys Chinese Calligraphy Traditional Chinese Medicine Traditional Chinese Weapons of the Martial Arts Traditional Chinese Musical Instruments An opening celebration will be held on Saturday, April 26 from 11 - 11:30 a.m. More...

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"The Wilderness Act" - Opening Event

Join us for the opening event of Special Collections newest exhibition, “The Wilderness Act: Arizonans Keeping It Wild for 50 Years,” featuring guest speaker Meg Weesner, retired National Park Service professional and exhibition co-curator. This new exhibit showcases how, 50 years after becoming law, the Wilderness Act continues to benefit the American people by ensuring millions of acres of public land are available for recreation, exploration and inspiration. More...

"Mapas que no lo son/Imaginary Cartographies: The Collages of Emilio Gil" (exhibit)

<p>Emilio Gil, Collages</p>Emilio Gil, Artistic Director of Tau Diseño - one Spain’s most distinguished andpioneering graphic design firms - presents the American exhibition of his collection of collages, “Mapas que no lo son/Imaginary Cartographies: The Collages of Emilio Gil.” A collection of 51 original works first exhibited in the Quintanar Palace Cultural Center in Segovia Spain in May 2013, “Mapas” challenges the relationships between art and design in a way that fuses the disciplines and opens up a new direction for Gil. More...

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