Show & Tell is an interdisciplinary multimedia presentation series, hosted in partnership with Petroglyphs Tucson.
This fun, informal space allows scholars, artists, performers and community members to share innovative work and creative new ideas. These participatory events are open to the public and always free.
Fall 2023 SHOW & TELL EVENTS
Oct. 19, 2023
Show & Tell: FronteriVoices
Our next Show & Tell spotlights the newly selected Fronteridades Fellows to give us an insight on their exciting work involving research and humanities on the U.S. Mexico Borderlands. The Fronteridades Fellowship program supports UArizona faculty and graduate students conducting interdisciplinary border research to broaden and deepen our understanding of the narratives, experiences, knowledges, histories, performances, spaces, and heritages that shape and are shaped by the U.S.-Mexico borderlands. Join us for a presentation, Q&A, and light refreshments.
Sept. 19, 2023
Show & Tell Tucson Roots: Writing Memory and Community
Join us for an evening with three homegrown Tucson authors, each exploring unique literary terrains. While Dr. Lydia Otero delves into their life during the 1980s in L.A. Interchanges: A Brown & Queer Memoir,' Melani "Mele" Martinez will discuss her upcoming book, "El Molino," which explores the history of a family restaurant, El Rapido, that once thrived in Tucson. Logan Phillips will read some poems from the newest addition to his series of visual meditations and writings. Show & Tell is a multimedia community event. This fun, informal space allows scholars, artists, performers and community members to share innovative work and creative new ideas. These participatory events are open to the public and always free.