PSFA Stories is a round-up of curated links, as well as articles about the SDSU College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts written by the PSFA Communications Team and student interns building their portfolios.
Retired Major General Laura L. Yeager to speak at SDSU on Leadership and Followership in Times of CrisisFeb 8
SDSU’S College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts, and Reserve Officer Training Court host leadership symposium with former highest ranking national guardsmen in California.
SDSU NewsCenter: Celebrating Black History: 'A Place at the Table'Feb 8
The "Black in Crimson and Black" mural pays homage to seven black luminaries on campus, both past and present. The story, however, is in the details.
Prison Arts Collective to Receive NEA Research GrantJan 30
Prison Arts Collective (PAC) has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to receive a Research Grants in the Arts award of $65,000 over three years. This is the first time the NEA has awarded this particular, competitive grant.
Opera Theatre at SDSU presents L’amant AnynomeJan 26
Opening Friday, January 27th SDSU Opera Theatre presents L’amant Anynome, by François-Georges Fouques Deshaye and Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges. The director is Alan Hicks.
SDUT: Hausmann Quartet cellist Alex Greenbaum is one of the busiest musicians in San DiegoJan 23
Alex Greenbaum is a cellist, educator and member of San Diego’s well-respected Hausmann Quartet. But that doesn’t come close to describing the wide range of work he does.
SDSU Alumni: 2023 Rising Aztecs AnnouncedJan 23
Ten SDSU alumni have been named as 2023 Rising Aztecs, recipients of the biennial award recognizing up-and-coming alumni who make support for SDSU and engagement with the university part of their lives and careers.