Art Education Class
Professor Dianne Turner's art class taught 5-6 graders at Reagan Elementary School about art in the 1960's.
Visiting Artists Program Continues
The Visiting Artists Program continues with another lecture by Kade L. Twist. Twist is a visiting artist from Santa Fe, NM who works with video, sound, interactive media, and text. The lecture is free and open to the public. Please join us on Tuesday, March 3rd, at 4:00 p.m. in the Visual Arts Building, Room 103.
Discover CSUB Day
Attention A&H Clubs!
An opportunity awaits you to meet potential CSUB students at Discover CSUB Day. Please RSVP with the School of Arts & Humanities Student Center at 661.654.2221 if you would like to join us for the Club Fair.
When: Friday, March 6th at 12:30 -1:00 p.m.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Can you believe the Runner is celebrating their 40th anniversary? Make sure you check out the 12-page special edition which will look back at the last 40 years of reporting at CSUB. According to Jennifer Burger (Runner Advisor) she said the edition will feature the history of our university, student life, alumni, and much more including the new Student Media Center at CSUB.
The Runner Special Issue
Fall 2014 Dean's List
Congratulations to our Fall 2014 Dean's List students! To celebrate, Dean Collins held an ice cream social to personally say congratulations and visit with our students. Our school hopes to continue this new tradition in the future.
2015 Spotlight Festival
For the past 29 years, during the winter quarter, the CSUB Theatre Department has hosted the Spotlight Theatre Festival. Theatre students from several local high schools come to our campus to attend workshops led by our Theatre faculty. The students also use the Dore Theatre to act out their own scenes and monologues and receive feedback from our faculty and their peers.
The School of Arts & Humanities would like to thank Theatre professor, Mandy Rees, for her tireless work who has organized and hosted this festival for 25 years.
Women of Kern -Historical Research Center Exhibit
The Walter Stiern Library, Historical Research Center (HRC) opened their new exhibit, FIRST WOMEN OF KERN on February 6th. The exhibit highlights women who changed local history during several eras such as Women's Suffrage, WWII, including those who broke barriers, as in the first woman police officer for Bakersfield. Several CSUB students researched and built the exhibit under the guidance of the HRC Director, Chris Livingston. Those students are Andrea Anderson (CSUB History Alumna and now studying Library Science); Daniel Anderson (Grad student-History); Shannon Banks (History major); Blanca Caevero (History Major); Chad Enright (Computer Science major); Lance Nelson (Grad student-History); and Andrea Sharer (Grad student -History). Congratulations to our students who have done such a wonderful job with their research and passion for local history. The gallery is open to the public, Monday through Friday. If you have any questions, please contact the HRC Director, Chris Livingston, at 654.3253.
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