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.
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.
The viral trend of “pussyhats” took off in the last couple weeks before the Women’s March on Washington, a protest against the misogyny, racism and xenophobia of newly inaugurated president Donald Trump.
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.
A new addition to the SFUAD film club roster this year is the Club-Along Film Club. While the other clubs follow the traditional rules of cinema (no talking, singing or otherwise interrupting the movie), the Club-Along offers something different: The audience can actually quote and sing along to the film!
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.