Contemporary Music Program major Elise Stoffer performed her Senior Recital on April 24, incorporating multiple people—including her sister, other CMP students and CMP Chairman Horace Young—into her show.
SFUAD students mingled and shared their work at the April 21 MIXolote, sponsored by MIX Santa Fe. The group hosts monthly networking events, as well as other initiatives and contests to support Santa Fe’s creative economy.
Liberal Arts Department Chairwoman Heather Corine hosted a spring women’s retreat April 22-24. Open to all people in her current and past classes, the retreat was focused on nourishing the creative waters. Seventeen women entered the backwoods of Taos, NM to find inner peace, but found much more. They found friendship.
Phat Le, a senior studio arts major, works on making a walkway for his installation, “Mommy where can I hang my underwear?” His installation is in front of the Visual Arts complex and is one of the fist thing you’ll see tomorrow night when entering Outdoor Vision...
Andy Zadrozny directs The Afro-Cuban Jazz Ensemble as they practice for their Ensemble at 8 p.m., Monday May 2, in O’Shaughnessy Performance Space. Zadrozny is excited to direct one of the last ensembles of the year. It will be a performance to...
Mariah Duncan is a sophomore at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design, following her passion for film and directing short movies. Her latest installment is titled, “Make Peace With the Roses” and will debut in the summer of 2016.
Tiffany Rodriguez is an integral part of the inner workings of Santa Fe University of Art and Design. “In my role as manager of Institutional Research, I collect, analyze, and disseminate institutional data to campus leadership, program chairs, and faculty,” she says.
Santa Fe’s Cultural Mapping and Assessment Process. He serves as a consultant to the three-month process of developing a long term cultural framework. The process explores notions of culture, sharing ideas for the city’s future and creating a “roadmap” to see the vision for Santa Fe.
This semester, students who previously completed the introductory comics-making class honed their skills even further in the mastering comics course, taught by Bram Meehan. Now, students will be presenting their finished products to the public by selling their work at Big Adventure Comics shop.
For anyone with a strong interest in wildlife preservation, Wild Earth Guardians offers countless volunteer opportunities, rallies and even jobs where passionate individuals can have their voices heard.
Anthony Hester, a senior Contemporary Music Program major, had his senior show, “Final Introductions,” April 15 at O’Shaughnessy Performance Space. The group consisted of: Nick Hudson and Kyle Driscoll on electric guitar; Max Callahan on saxophone; Nick Quintero on bass; and Anthony Hester himself on...
The last round of Creative Writing and Literature Department senior readers are wrapping up the reading series on April 26 with dynamic works covering a range of human connections and cultural commentary.
New Mexico School for the Arts performed its spring Jazz Ensemble April 20 in O’Shaughnessy Performance Space. The performance was directed by NMSA faculty Bert Dalton and John Trentacosta. They invited SFUAD Contemporary Music Program Chairman Horace Alexander to perform with them.
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