This exhibition showcases Loeser’s investigation of unconventional furniture forms and his exploration of works on paper.
New graduate student orientation for Public Affairs students
The Glaspell Project consists of two one-act plays by early 20th century feminist Susan Glaspell: Trifles (1916) and Woman’s Honor (1918). Both plays touch on social justice themes.
Saturday, September 29, 2018
8:30-10:30 AM at Mission Beach
Coffee and Donuts!
It’s time again for the Fall Symposium of the SDSU Learning Design and Technology program! The symposium is a day filled with presentations and demonstrations of the latest in learning technologies and careers in the field.
The Aztec Invitational Speech & Debate Tournament
The SDSU School of Music and Dance and the San Diego County Library present a dazzling live chamber music program, featuring featuring the top student ensembles.
Contemporary artist Nick Cave will discuss the ways in which his works tell stories through dance and movement while concealing all aspects of gender, race and class.
Under the direction of Bill Yeager, the acclaimed SDSU Jazz Ensemble will perform with saxophonist Ernie Watts.
Creepy, crawly, scary fun! A spook-tacular selection of short horror films by student filmmakers from the San Diego State University Television, Film, and New Media Production program.
Join us for a Public Forum on Housing Affordability from 1:30pm - 8:30pm
Más is a docudrama about the dismantling of Tucson Unified School District’s Mexican American Studies program or MAS. The poetry and reenactment capture the soul of the movement.
I Love to Ride My Bicycle will present contemporary bicycle-based artworks in a variety of media and formats in recognition of the historic and ongoing significance of the vehicle.
The premiere SDSU opera performance under the direction of Alan E. Hicks, this English opera in three acts is inspired by the true story of refugee who lived in an airport for several years.
Mass: A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players and Dancers will be the third “mega concert” collaboration at SDSU, featuring over 200 participants for an evening of music and theatricality.
This showcase of outstanding short subject fiction and documentary films is the culmination of work completed each semester.
These two-evening programs feature a variety of fiction and documentary short films by the students of SDSU’s acclaimed Television, Film, and New Media Production program.
If you love love (or love to hate love), this evening of short films is for you! A night of romantic films by SDSU student filmmakers for Valentine’s Day.
R+J is a 45-minute theatrical collage that remixes, recycles, and riffs on Shakespeare’s timeless tale of star-crossed lovers, ancient grudges, and family strife
Freshman year at college is hard when your roommate is weird, you’re feeling homesick, and a hook-handed serial killer is slashing girls’ throats.
James and the Giant Peach is the fantastical tale of a boy, his insect friends, and their amazing journey across the ocean on a giant piece of fruit.