Join Arizona Biennial 2023 artists, Jacqueline Arias and Saskia Jorda as they share insights on textile and narrative, discuss their artistic process, share insights on their works in the biennial, and discuss how they relate to their larger body of works.
Panama Narratives & Mola Unseen Trajectories selected for the Arizona Biennial 2023
First organized in 1948, the Arizona Biennial is a juried exhibition that showcases some of the most innovative and diverse new works being created in the state. For emerging artists, this exhibition often provides an opportunity to exhibit their art in a museum setting or to introduce their work to the public for the first time. Museum visitors are also exposed to works by established artists with statewide, national, and international reputations. For each biennial, a new juror from outside the state is selected to review the works of hundreds of artists and create a cohesive exhibition that becomes an overview of artistic creativity in Arizona.
Two School of Art graduate students, Jacqueline Arias and Mariel Miranda, were selected by the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry as awardees for the Border Lab Graduate Fellowship program, made possible with funding from the Office of the Provost and University of Arizona HSI Initiatives.