Glyph Galas

Glyph’s 28th edition, officially released as of the Glyph Gala on May 3, is rife with firsts—giving the journal a higher profile for the selected authors and student editors.

Semester Wrap-Up May09

Semester Wrap-Up

Jackalope Magazine asked department heads to discuss their accomplishments for the year, and what is yet to come.

Max Marriner Speaks at Graduation May09

Max Marriner Speaks at Graduation...

For each year’s graduation ceremony, SFUAD selects one senior to give the class speech. This year’s speaker is soon-to-be Film School graduate Max Marriner.

IMPACT Personal Safety May09

IMPACT Personal Safety...

IMPACT Personal Safety is a nonprofit violence prevention program stationed in New Mexico that offers classes in deterrence of physical and emotional abuse, self-defense and healing.

1905 Style Profile May07

1905 Style Profile

Mariah Romero and Darnell Thomas, founders and chief editors of 1905 magazine, are designing their first ever all male-focused edition of their publication. Also a first is the style profile on their old Graphic Design Chairman David Grey. Grey explained his personal aesthetic and where his inspiration for color combinations and new looks comes from. Romero and Thomas hope to do more style profiles in future issues.

“She Kills Monsters” Rolls… It’s a Critical Hit! May05

“She Kills Monsters” Rolls… It’s a Critical Hit!...

Opening May 5 at the Santa Fe Playhouse, “She Kills Monsters” written by Qui Nguyen, weaves an incredible narrative about grief, family and the impact of storytelling.

Sixth Annual Outdoor Vision Festival May05

Sixth Annual Outdoor Vision Festival

OVF is a spectacular pop up art exhibition that features student-created projections, sculptures and music. Jackalope Magazine’s photographers captured scenes from the sixth annual event April 29.

Quadstock 2016 May05

Quadstock 2016

This year’s Quadstock took place April 30-May 1. For the first time it was streaming live on the internet for the world to see. Scheduled the day after Outdoor Vision Fest, it made for a packed weekend. Normally it takes place on the Quad, but due to inclement weather it was hastily moved to O’Shaughnessy Performance Space. Overall it was an amazing festival....

Hannah Reiter’s Thesis Show

Senior Graphic Design major Hannah Reiter’s work tends to focus on minimalism and mindfulness.

Meet CMP Senior Jordan Solis May05

Meet CMP Senior Jordan Solis...

After graduation, Contemporary Music Program major Jordan Solis is scheduled to have an EP released in the coming months with his signature combination of reggae, cuban music, salsa and drumming.

The African Drum Ensemble’s Upcoming Concert May04

The African Drum Ensemble’s Upcoming Concert...

The African Drum Ensemble first started when Santa Fe University of Art and Design was called the College of Santa Fe, and was taught by a couple who still live in Santa Fe. Since then there has been a progression of people who have taken on the class, but Fred Simpson—its current instructor—has taught it since the last year of the College of Santa Fe and still teaches it now.

Glyph First Place Genre Award Winners

Brianna Neumann, Sophie Farrell, Melinda Freudenberger and Cris Galvez will read in conjunction with all of the second and third place genre winners, at the Glyph Gala at 7 p.m. May 3, in the O’Shaughnessy Performance Space.

Tony O’ Brien Receives Rotary Distinguished Artist of the Year Award...

The Rotary Club of Santa Fe Foundation will be holding its annual Rotary Foundation Gala May 3, at which they will honor their Distinguished Artist of the Year. The artist must have excelled in his or her field and must be nominated by local artists and galleries. This year, the foundation has chosen to honor photographer and Santa Fe University of Art and Design Photography Department Chairman Tony O’ Brien.

Mary Beth Lindsey: ESC May02

Mary Beth Lindsey: ESC...

Mary Beth Lindsey is the enrollment support coordinator at SFUAD. Her main duties as ESC are to provide information to whomever needs it, whether it be prospective students (and/or their parents), or helping current students connect with the right people.

Omar Pedroza’s Surrealist Self Portraits...

Omar Pedroza is a freshman photography major and has been working on a surreal self portrait project for his class Visual Storytelling: Photo Essay. On April 27, he shot one of his images from this series at the Railyard district of Santa Fe. This image portrays Pedroza floating away as passerby observe. His work deals with self identity and his exploration of understanding everything about photography—from techniques to its conceptual...