Campus Spaces Reveal an Array of Art and Collections

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University Relations – Communications, Jacob Chinn photo

Inside and out, the University of Arizona maintains an active and growing collection of artwork. Numerous buildings on the main campus have artistic appeal — think of the Thomas W. Keating Bioresearch Building with its 90-foot-tall metal ramada, the Stevie Eller Dance

Theater’s evocation of movement, the Helen S. Schaefer Building’s striking lines and the ENR2 building’s growing patina. And in addition to the UA Museum of Art, the Joseph Gross Gallery, the Union Gallery, the Arizona State Museum and the famed Center for Creative Photography, artwork also is housed within lobbies, corridors, boardrooms and other less-obvious corners of campus.