A new class is getting a lot of buzz on campus this semester. Taught by artist in residence Kate Reid, Songs of Our Lives focuses on folk music, social justice and the history behind activist songwriting.
SFUAD students, faculty and eager Santa Feans packed into the Shellenberger Tennis Center on the back-side of campus April 18 to see the rock-funk-metal-jazz band, Living Colour as part of the university’s Artists for Positive Social Change.
Brian Hardgroove, member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame hip hop group Public Enemy and SFUAD artist in residence, is the new director of Artists for Positive Social Change at SFUAD. This year marks the third annual Artists for Positive Social Change concert and Hardgroove has chosen the band Living Colour to perform April 19. He spoke to Jackalope about the program and this year’s event.
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