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Music Education: What Impact Does it Have on Young Minds?
Date: Oct 16, 19
Time: 15:30 pm - 16:15 pm
Location: Apache/Cochise, Tucson Convention Center

Music is an extremely important subject for all children to learn and can lead to better brain development and increases in human connection. Not only does music teach discipline, it also integrates other subjects like math, reading and writing, science…

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In the Room with David Hume Kennerly Featuring Jon Meacham Presented by Bank of America
Date: Oct 11, 19
Time: 19:00 pm - 21:15 pm
Location: Centennial Hall, Centennial Hall

Join us for this major evening event at Centennial Hall to celebrate Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Hume Kennerly’s groundbreaking new relationship with the University. This event brings together two Pulitzer Prize winners; Kennerly and his good friend and former colleague…

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Where Need and Opportunity Meet: Using Advocacy, Data and Policy Literacy to Support Arts Education
Date: Oct 16, 19
Time: 10:00 am - 10:45 am
Location: Apache/Cochise, Tucson Convention Center

In order to access the support mechanisms that are available for arts education projects, activities and classes, stakeholders have to be literate in three key areas: Advocacy Data/Policy Literacy Available Opportunities for Artists, Arts Organizations and Educators

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The Art and Science of Making Musical Instruments
Date: Oct 16, 19
Time: 14:30 pm - 15:15 pm
Location: Apache/Cochise, Tucson Convention Center

Every musical instrument has 3 basic parts: an energy source, a resonator that vibrates, and a radiator that transmits the vibrations through the air to a listener’s ears. Generations of humans have created an amazing variety of instruments whose unique…

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