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.
- Mar 1
The media, identity, and communication (MIC) innovation research lab is focused on intersectional identity in media, entertainment, communication, and pop culture.
- Feb 24
The Media, Identity, and Communication (MIC) Innovation Research Lab provides students and faculty a space to conduct research focused on intersectional identity in media, entertainment, communication, and pop culture.
Daily Aztec: ‘Bloodletting’ play brings the mysterious world of Filipino folklore to the SDSU MainstageFeb 24
The first Theatre, Television, and Film performance of the semester thrilled audiences with a story of witchcraft and spirituality in a touching showcase of Filipino talent.
- Feb 22
Author, artist and nationally syndicated cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz brings his exhibition, ‘Please Forward My Hate Mail,’ to the SDSU School of Art and Design March 20 - 30, 2023. The exhibition will showcase the Class of ‘87 SDSU alumnus’ political cartoons and his commitment to social justice.
- Feb 20
Students in the School of Art and Design gain valuable real-world experience as they showcase their work for the public at university galleries.
- Feb 20
When San Diego Symphony guest conductor Eun Sun Kim programmed composer Texu Kim’s Spin-Flip in a February 2020 concert, for many San Diego music aficionados, it was a first encounter with the music of Texu Kim.
- Feb 10
Excited fans lined up and around Montezuma Hall to hear Weathers speak about his life and successful career.
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.
- 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.