The time after high school is one of change, whether that’s good or bad. This is Our Youth, a play by Kenneth Lonergan released in 1996, addresses this transitional age. SFUAD’s Performing Arts Department recently brought it to the campus.
For the first in a series celebrating the work and dedication of the administrative assistants supporting the departments of Santa Fe University of Art and Design, Jackalope Magazine sat down with Susanne Miller, who has acted under the Creative Writing and Literature, Contemporary Music and Liberal Arts Departments for the past five and half years.
This week, Jackalope Magazine visited Catuxa Negreria, an international graphic design junior from the northwestern part of Spain, as she started a long night of preparation for an upcoming portfolio review.
On March 9 at Santa Fe University of Art and Design’s Marion Center for Photographic Arts, 17 students gathered with actor-filmmaker and philanthropist Robert Redford, artist Sibylle Szaggars-Redford and the scholarship’s program director, Kathleen Broyles.
Rebeca Gonzalez along with her peers Jennifer Carrillo, Richard Sweeting, Marco Rivera, Hawie Veniegas, Jason Stilgebouer and Alexia Moreno will be participating in the group show show held in Fogelson Library on April 28.
The second annual Art and Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon took place March 11 in the St. Francis Auditorium of the New Mexico Museum of Art in celebration of Women’s History Month. Its purpose: to create and edit Wikipedia articles for unrecognized local women artists.
On the night of March 7, poet and former Santa Fe University of Art and Design Creative Writing and Literature faculty member Dana Levin read from her latest book of poetry, Banana Palace. The audience, filled with Levin’s past students and colleagues, seemed eager to tuck in and experience her writing come off the page.
Students filled the Driscoll Fitness Center March 8 to dance and party during what had been advertised as a Spring Break Beach Bash. As the night progressed, however, it became clear to students that what they thought was an innocent dance, was also a drug and alcohol awareness event.
Jackalope Magazine is the student magazine of Santa Fe University of Art and Design. Building on the interdisciplinary nature of our education, we aim to showcase the talent of our university and character of our city.