Arts and Humanities Advisors, Adriana Sixtos and Janine Cornelison traveled to Honolulu, Hawaii and attended the 2019 NACADA Region 9 and 10 Conference. They were able to network with colleagues from other universities to share and learn about challenges, strategies, and topics in higher education.
Students performing their Greek Theatre Project for Mendy McMasters’ Introduction to Theatre course on a beautiful spring morning.
Please join us at the next Visiting Artist Series on Tuesday, April 2nd, in the Visual Arts Building, Room 103, and meet Katie Grinnan.
Katie Grinnan (b. 1970, Richmond, Virginia; lives and works in Los Angeles) received
her MFA from University of California, Los Angeles in 1999 and her BFA from
Carnegie Mellon University in 1992; she attended the Skowhegan School of Painting
and Sculpture in the same year, and studied at the Studio Arts Center International
in Florence, Italy in 1991.
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Please mark your calendars for an upcoming campus-wide lecture and community discussion as part of the CSUB Interdisciplinary Studies Program's "Local Struggles, Critical Dialogues" 2018-2019 Lecture Series, co-sponsored by the Office of the Provost, the Kegley Institute of Ethics, Campus Programming, Associated Student Inc., Club GEN, African Student Association, and the Political Science Club :
Rosa Clemente (Educator, Journalist, and Community Activist) - March 28, 1-3 pm, Stockdale Room. Ms. Clemente will be giving a talk entitled; "We the People Resisting & Speaking Truth To Power In Uncertain Times" from 1-2pm and then leading a Q&A/Community Discussion from 2-3pm.
Art Professor Sarah Vanderlip, held a closing reception today at the ART Dome for everyone to view the student artwork from Art 3300: Sculpture and Art 4300: Advanced Studio Topics 3D.
Professor Vanderlip tells us, "I gave both classes the same assignment. Working off of Minimalism, they were each given one, 4 x 8 sheet of plywood and had to make a volumetric, geometric form that employed joinery and had to be finished in solid colors that enhanced the form. I am so unbelievably impressed with this body of work and this cohort of students. The effort they evinced shows how thoroughly they rose to the occasion!"
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