Film Major and senior Alec Brown is wrapping up the finishing touches on his latest short film, “Jesse Eisenberg Uses the Urinal.” Brown sat down with Jackalope Magazine to discuss the project and where he hopes it will end up in the future.
The April 15 fashion show “April Showers” explored the romanticism people associate with the state of sadness or sorrow. With a cool mix of Victorian fashion and goth elements, some of the 20 models also draw from the classic symbolism and the magic of black cats in a quirky and sensual way. The show was both created and styled by SFUAD alumni Keynan Johnson. The fashion show took place in front of the Forum and the left side of the library’s...
On the evening of April 29, several graduating seniors in SFUAD’s Photographic Arts Department will be putting on their senior show. Six seniors, to be precise, which is where the show takes its name and concept from.
The Studio Arts BFA Thesis Exhibition “She Wants to Have Her Cake and Eat It Too” opens April 21 with a reception from 5-7 p.m. in the Southwest Annex. Mauriah Creelman, Letitia Hill and Ryan Robertson’s work explores femininity, gender stereotypes and gender norms.
Come out and support the hardworking cast of “Heathers the Musical.” The musical is based on the 1980s pop-culture black comedy film. Performances will be held at Greer Garson Theatre at 7 p.m. April 22-23 and 29-30, and at 2 p.m. April 24 and May 1.
When Nick De La O is not working at Necessities, the school’s mini store, he enjoys cooking, playing music, creating art and spending time with his girlfriend. One day he hopes to become a shepherd and organic farmer if he decides to not go into the film industry or writing...
Brenda Castro started hooping on her own two years ago but has now formed a pack of hoopers. One day her painting class discovered their shared interest and started meeting in the parking lot to teach each other new tricks and routines. They try to meet every Saturday when the sun is...
“Shipped” is a comedy mock trailer by Charlotte Renken that follows two misfortunate lovers being torn apart by a “shipping war.” Renken takes on the fandom, online subculture of shipping and transports it into the real world.
The Feminist Collective has been hard at work for the past month planning its Take Back the Week event. Starting April 18 and culminating with a Take Back the Night event on April 22, Take Back the Week is a week long extravaganza of educational events, feminist films at The Screen, and awareness-spreading art.
In the first meditation Breedlove led in the Archetypal Psychology 2 Liberal Arts class at SFUAD she recently visited, she asked everyone to go around and say their names, and then provide a sound that they liked or that was a part of themselves. Some laughed, some squeaked, some pushed out a guttural, throaty sound.
Living on campus has many benefits, including a tight-knit community, easily accessible cooked meals and a close proximity to classes; living off campus can be a great way to cut the umbilical cord, to explore the city and meet people other than students at SFUAD.
A Red-eared Slider, known generally as a pond turtle, has taken up residence in the campus pond outside Fogelson Library. This little turtle has been topic of some conversations on campus due to its quick get aways when students have tried to photograph it.
Maria Siino sits on the couch at the end of the main hall of Benildus, the combination Contemporary Music/Creative Writing building. Her pixie cut and devil-may-care style scream punk and so does her electric guitar. This senior CMP student is graduating in December, but the few months she has left to get ready for the big day are nothing compared to the more than 15 years of practice she’s been putting in with her music.
On April 7, the winners of Fogelson Library’s research paper contest were announced. Austin Hanna, Anthony Liparulo and Crystal Lyman were the recipients. All three are second semester freshmen; Hanna and Lyman are digital arts and animation (DABD) majors, and Liparulo is a film major.
Contemporary Music Program major Janel Blanco Jean-Bart rehearses for her senior show that will take place at 7 p.m. April 16, at O’Shaughnessy Performance Space. She will performing alongside her band, The Maya Spectra from its latest EP “Music...
The EXIT Gallery is an opportunity for Photographic Society members to showcase some of their work for two weeks at a time. Ending the schedule for this year is Craig Duncan with his series “It’s Whatever You Want It to Be, Baby.”
From computer stations loaded with modeling, design and many more programs to laser cutters, 3D printers, sewing machines and upcoming woodworking and metal shops, Make Santa Fe offers interactive and collective learning.
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