When: Sat., Feb. 11 2012
Through anthropology, history, poetry, tree-ring research, music, natural history, visual imagery, archaeology, dance and astronomy, this multifaceted program hosted by the UA Colleges of Letters, Arts and Science reveals kaliedoscopic aspects of Arizona and its 100 years of statehood, from 3 to 5 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 11; free. A reception follows on the Arizona State Museum lawn, across the street from Centennial Hall. The concert is free, but tickets are required; call 621-1162, or visit cfa.arizona.edu for tickets or more information. Visit az100.arizona.edu for more information about UA tributes to Arizona's Centennial.