Manhattan Saves the Barracks Jun27

Manhattan Saves the Barracks

SFUAD’s historic barracks receive new life from the TV show “Manhattan,” premiering in July on WGN.

Semester Highlights May17

Semester Highlights

From playing Quadstock, to working on films, to making new friends, SFUAD students reflect on their personal highlights from the Spring, 2014 semester.

Musical Theater

The Performing Arts Department’s musical theater workshop, taught by Sarah Wyler, opened Friday May 9 at the Weckesser Studio Theatre with finesse.

Rise Above May13

Rise Above

SFUAD Performing Arts presents its end of semester dance recital.

Alice Under Skies May13

Alice Under Skies

In this interview, Marius Schanke, director, screenwriter and producer of the student film Alice Under Skies, based on the writings of Lewis Carroll, discusses the project.

Costa Rican Visit

Costa Rican students visit SFUAD for three weeks for the English Vacation Immersion, and discuss their experiences so far.

Courtyard Future May11

Courtyard Future

Concerns over the Kennedy Courtyard have lead to an opportunity for students to re-envision and recreate this outdoor campus space.

Room for Thought In Santa Fe

Creative Writing graduate Sara Malinowski ruminates on coming to Santa Fe and finding the kindness in art.

OVF Luminous Portraits May09

OVF Luminous Portrai...

The Photographic Society’s interactive installation projection at Outdoor Vision Fest 2014 allowed attendees involvement and access to not only the creative process, but also the final product of the projection itself.

The Tyrants Have Arrived

For the past three months, 15 senior graphic design students (including this one) have been working non-stop on their thesis projects. After months of tears and sweat, the graphic design seniors are proud to exhibit their work on a show that will take place this May 9 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Thaw building on SFUAD.

Ronnie Gene Blevins: Rising Star May08

Ronnie Gene Blevins: Rising Star

Yes, it’s Nicolas Cage. No, it’s not entertainment. It’s a cinematic story adopted from Larry Brown’s 1991 novel, told in a spirit of blunt realism and within a not-so-fictional atmosphere of the gritty South. Involving gusty performances by actors like Ronnie Gene Blevins, the independent feature Joe, starring Nicolas Cage and directed by David Gordon Green, takes bold moves in character development and throws audience expectation out the window.  As a student filmmaker and two-year-projectionist for The Screen, I honestly believe that  features like Joe are what the cinematic experience is all about. So you think, Nicolas Cage plus David...

In Plain Sight

After four years of studying the art of photography, four graduating seniors had the opportunity to show off the artwork that they’ve been working on for a year at a BFA senior thesis show. The Marion Center of Photography hosts work by Grace Taylor, C. Alex Clark, Andreas Maestas and Shayla Blatchford through May 18.

Coming Attractions May08

Coming Attractions

Head to The Screen to catch Kristin Wiig’s new film, Hateship Loveship, based on a short story by Alice Munroe. Plus, a look at the rest of the films screening May 9-15.

Keyboard Chris May08

Keyboard Chris

SFUAD music student Christian Castellanos, aka Keyboard Chris, discusses how he discovered Djing, what his style is, and how he approaches writing his music by building around the drop.

Quadstock 2014 May08

Quadstock 2014

The many genres of music, coupled with a beautiful spring weekend, made Quadstock 2014 a success.