Brian Hardgroove, member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame hip hop group Public Enemy and SFUAD artist in residence, is the new director of Artists for Positive Social Change at SFUAD. This year marks the third annual Artists for Positive Social Change concert and Hardgroove has chosen the band Living Colour to perform April 19. He spoke to Jackalope about the program and this year’s event.
Mireya Ferro is an international student from Spain. She is currently studying graphic design, but her true passion has always been performing arts. Even though she has not been able to pursue this dream in the past, she feels that SFUAD has given her enough confidence to give it a try. In this interview, she discusses the importance of following one’s dreams and fighting for what truly makes one happy.
On May 2, native Santa Fean and Studio Arts Senior Shelbie Loomis will salute the Christian Brotherhood’s legacy with an interactive installation called Cohesion, showcasing in the Southwest Annex Gallery.
On March 29, SFUAD’S Colors group hosted at Fogelson Library a Safe Sex talk and free HIV testing for all the students.
The event lasted all morning and more than 40 students checked their HIV statuses, learned everything they need to know about their sexuality and, above all, laughed as they shared personal experiences.
Confessional, Small Craft Warnings is a extension of a smaller work,Confessional, by playwright Tennessee Williams and directed by Performing Arts student Hamilton Turner. Set in a dive bar in Southern California, the play centers on an evening in the lives of a group of working class people struggling to overcome loneliness and the emptiness of their existence. In addition, the play explores themes of life, death, family, illness, and alcoholism. What: Confessional, Small Craft Warnings by Tennessee Williams is showing April 11-13 Where: Weckesser Studio Theatre When: April 11 at 7 p.m. April 12 at 7 p.m. April 13 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $5 at the door and can be purchased up to an hour before...
Team Wet Dream is a group consisting of four bold women: SFUAD seniors Stormy Pyeatte, Dean Marsh, Chelsea Cook and SFUAD alumna Joie Flare, who are working together to create a new approach to sexual education.
On April 4, a group of roughly 100 demonstrators gathered for a third time at civic plaza to condemn the Albuquerque Police Department for allegations of police brutality and the recent killings of homeless man James Boyd and Albuquerque resident Alfred Redwine.
Ixi Avila loves to travel, likes spending time in her homeland, Spain, with her friends, and loves her English boyfriend. But above all, she loves teaching Spanish.
Inspired by her aunt, this 21-year-old started teaching free Spanish classes during her semester at SFUAD.
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