Spring Awakening was poignant in its use of dance. Uniquely within this staging, Assistant Chair and Director of Dance Shannon Elliot, along with faculty member Jonathan Guise, dance on the side-extensions of the set, enhancing the meaning of multiple songs.
On April 29, the Marion Center for Photographic Arts was filled with a group of approximately 20 adults, many of whom had never before seen the inner-workings of SFUAD’s photography department, as the first of three interactive seminars with SFUAD enrollment staff, recruiters and other visitors.
Phat Le is a mixed-media artist specializing in minimalism and conceptual art. He describes himself as “brand new,” but will be exposing his pieces on OVF this Friday. In this interview, Le discusses how his Vietnamese origin and past has inspired him in his artwork, as well as his goal as a...
Rumelia is a contemporary Balkan folk band made up of four women based in Santa Fe, NM, a couple of whom have a history with the previous College of Santa Fe. Band member and SFUAD Contemporary Music Program instructor Deborah Ungar spoke with Jackalope about Rumelia.
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