The SF State Morrison Artist Series offered a free performance by the world-famous Delphi Trio Friday, for an audience of nearly 100.
The trio performed at McKenna Theatre as part of an annual showcase at SF State by the Morrison Artist Series of outstanding ensembles from
The SF StateSchool of Theatre and Dance sponsored a two-day festival this week to celebrate women and the future of women as part of the national showcase.
Dance performances and plays created by women, about women, were featured as “The Future is Female” in the “lab”
On Saturday, the SF State breaking (commonly known as breakdancing) team will face off against groups from up and down the West Coast in the Unified Collegiate Breaking League’s 11th annual breaking competition at Danzhaus Dance Center in San Francisco.
The competition, the only of its
The School of Theatre and Dance showcased an originally choreographed performance that depicts feelings about current events in the United States.
The show, titled “Epoch,” symbolizes a distinctive period in time or in a person’s life. The performance organized by the University Dance Theatre was
SF State’s Black Residents United in Housing used music, spoken-word performances and art to unite people in celebration of Black History Month.
B.R.U.H. hosted the open mic and art gallery Friday evening in the Mary Park Lounge. Approximately 50 people of all backgrounds came to listen
The Apparel Design & Merchandising department sponsored a film viewing last week with the intention of opening people’s eyes to the rising problem of textile waste.
The film, “Towards Zero Textile Waste,” which premiered in the Creative Arts building Thursday evening, was a collaboration by