Date: February 6th, 2020

Time: 5-6:30 pm

Location: Room S107 in the ENR2 Building 



5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Feb. 6, 2020
Arizona Feminist Philosophy Graduate Conference Picture

The Department of Philosophy at the University of Arizona will host a conference for graduate students in feminist philosophy and related areas on February 8–9, 2020. The conference will be held in Tucson, Arizona.

The keynote speakers will be Elizabeth Barnes (Professor of Philosophy, University of Virginia) and Connie Rosati (Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona).

The conference is organized by Karolina Wisniewska, Caroline King, Anna-Bella Sicilia and Ding.


Midnight Feb. 8, 2020 to 11:50 p.m. Feb. 9, 2020

Event Contacts

November 16th, 2019, 2:00 - 7:00pm


Holler & Saunders, Ltd.

590 W. International St., Nogales AZ

Join Nogales youth entrepreneurs in celebrating innovation and storytelling around the produce industry, sustainability, and waste management in borderlands!

Event Schedule: 

  • 2:00pm Celebration Kick-off
  • 2:30 - 4:00pm Info Table Fair*
  • 2:30 - 3:00pm Holler & Saunders Tour 1
  • 3:30 - 4:00pm Holler & Saunders Tour 2
  • 4:00pm Youth Presentations
    • Prepa Tec CSN Youth
    • (Hermosillo, Son)
    • Seed/Semillas
    • Waste Not Stories
    • Waste Not Startup
  • 6:00pm Community Dinner


2 p.m. Nov. 16, 2019

Event Contacts

Gallery Event: November 6th - 27th, 2019

Reception: November 10th, 2019, 1:00 - 4:00pm

Location: 730 Hilltop Drive, Nogales, AZ, 85621

Gallery Contact: (520) 287-5515

Gallery Hours: Tue-Sat 12:30 - 4:30pm

The Gallery is Closed Thanksgiving Day

Hilltop Gallery Presents -- Border Cowboys & Border Cowgirls: Que es lo Mismo, Pero no Es


Midnight Nov. 6, 2019 to 11:50 p.m. Nov. 28, 2019

Event Contacts

The Loft Film Fest has been described by Filmmaker Magazine as being “geared truly toward cinephiles of nearly every stripe,” and praised for its “phantasmagorical programming … and astute choice of guests,” the Loft Film Fest was created in 2010 as a showcase for the very best independent, foreign and classic cinema. For eight days in November the Loft Film Fest provides an intimate and unique setting for film fans to experience hand-selected festival favorites from Cannes, Sundance, SXSW, etc., and to meet internationally-renowned artists from the world of independent cinema.

The following films, which highlight underrepresented identities in the arts, may be of specific interest to those in the Confluencenter community:

entirely inside an opulent, one-percenter Mexico City high-rise hotel, Lila
Avilés’ stunning debut follows Eve (Gabriela Cartol), a young maid working
the day shift as she navigates the various challenges that come with her job.
Oscillating between cleaning bathrooms, changing linens, and impromptu
childcare sessions for pampered guests, Eve’s days are packed—all done
far away from her own four-year-old son Ruben.

2012, members of a motley crew of undocumented youth activists known as
DREAMers willingly handed themselves over to the Florida Border Patrol. While
locked up inside the crowded for-profit Broward Transitional Center, they
would attempt to hatch their plan: free the detainees—and
themselves—before being deported.

SELENA ( Featuring a special
live introduction by 2019 Lofty Achievement Award recipient, Oscar-nominated
actor/producer/director Edward James Olmos! The vibrant, music-filled drama
Selena tells the story of the Grammy Award-winning Mexican-American star from
South Texas whose life tragically ended just as she was taking Tejano where
it had never gone - into mainstream America.

TEMBLORES (Tremors) ( In
this deeply personal follow-up to his landmark debut Ixcanul, director Jayro
Bustamante shifts his focus from rural Guatemala to the denizens of Guatemala
City but once again set his sights on an individual caught between two
seeming irreconcilable worlds.

( Featuring star
Edward James Olmos and director Michael D. Olmos in person! An immigrant’s
son takes an epic journey from Mexico to New York City as he searches for his
father (Edward James Olmos), who was an undocumented worker in the World
Trade Center, and has disappeared after 9/11.

For more information, visit:


Midnight Nov. 7, 2019 to 11:50 p.m. Nov. 14, 2019

Event Contacts

Shawna DaCosta

March 5-May 10, 2020

Location: Arizona State Museum, 1013 E University Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85721

Description: The exhibit A History of Walls: The Borders We Build explores four significant historic walls built by nation-states. From the Israel/West Bank Barrier to the Great Wall of China, from the Berlin Wall to the wall along the US-Mexico border, A History of Walls looks at the history of and meaning behind these imposing infrastructural elements.

Presented in both English and Spanish, A History of Walls invites visitors to ask these questions:

  • What were/are these walls meant do?
  • What did they mean in the beginning, and what do we understand them to mean now?
  • How have people interacted with these walls?
  • What roles will walls play in our shared future?

More details:


Midnight March 5, 2020 to 11:50 p.m. May 10, 2020

Event Contacts

Opening reception Jan 16th 6-8pm at the University of Arizona Museum of Art

Exhibit runs January 18-March 20, 2020

More information:


Painting of desert scene and Cibola Detention Center
Sheri Crider "Cibola Detention Center, Five years, $150mil, Silence still equals death" 2018


6 p.m. Jan. 16, 2020

Event Contacts

Chelsea Farrar, University of Arizona Museum of Art

Guest lecture by Dr. Benton-Cohen:

  • 5 PM. on October 14, 2019
  • Chavez Bldg., RM. 111


5 p.m. Oct. 14, 2019

This community symposium provides space to reflect upon abandoned terms such as: "transsexual," "tranny," "stealth," "transition," "sex," and others. By looking at these concepts, we ask: Why were certain conceptualizations of sex/gender championed over others?...for more information click here! 


Thursday, Sept. 5, at the Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway Blvd

Friday, Sept. 6 at the UA Poetry Center, 1508 E. Helen St

Saturday, Sept. 7 at the UA Poetry Center, 1508 E. Helen St


        5 p.m. Sept. 5, 2019 to 10:30 a.m. Sept. 7, 2019
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