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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

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Cierra Watkins (Courtesy photo)
Birthing a Black Renaissance at SDSU
From left to right: (top) Natalie Mladenov, Chris Warren, Hilary McMillan; (bottom) Noe Crespo, Iana Castro, Junfei Xie, Marina Kalyuzhnaya
Presidential Research Fellows Honored for Advancing Their Fields
Script/Rescript will be on view from Thursday, Oct. 13 to Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022, in the University Art Gallery.
VIDEO: Art Installation a Labor of Love for Student Artists
Prison Arts Collective: A Forum for Expression and Connection
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The Next Tony Award Winners Could Have an SDSU Program to Thank
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Reclaiming the Air, One Sonic Snapshot at a Time
Herbert Siguenza
Herbert Siguenza Named 2022-23 SDSU Arts Alive Artist in Residence
Rendering courtesy of City of Chula Vista
City of Chula Vista, SDSU Set to Build Film & Television Production Studio
The musical follows a young woman’s awakening to the importance of social activism and a young man’s determination for change in the fictitious community of Westville.
World Premiere Musical Postcard American Town Opens at SDSU
Portrait of Bruce Onobrakpeya ©Damilola Onafuwa.
SDSU hosts two prominent African Artists in honor of Black History Month
An actor performs in A Raisin in the Sun. The production will run from Feb. 18 to Feb. 25.
SDSU School of Theatre, Television, and Film Presents A Raisin in the Sun
Vincent Whipple
Vincent Whipple Joins SDSU as Arts Alive Artist in Residence