As the new year begins, we look back on a busy month within the College of Arts and Humanities. Here are the top five stories from the month of January.
New book, “Stranger in the Mirror” explores landscape of the self
Dr. Robert V. Levine’s new book “Stranger in the Mirror: The Scientific Search for the Self” seeks to challenge the assumptions we have about who we are in an interesting way that ties in case studies and scientific discoveries. The book was published by The Press at California State University, Fresno.
Illustrator Doug Hansen’s ‘Bookends’ exhibition opens at Conley Gallery
Professor Doug Hansen’s illustration exhibition captures an art career that began 45 years ago when he was a student at Fresno State. Some of his artworks is on display for the first time ever. The Department of Art and Design at Fresno State presents Hansen’s works in an exhibition that will run until Feb. 22.
Music faculty presents annual gala concert
Fresno State’s Department of Music held its annual gala concert on Jan. 20. The symphony orchestra consisted of faculty and selected students who came together to perform to raise funds for the Department of Music Scholarship Fund.
Registration is now open for Summer Arts 2018 courses
Students can now register for Summer Arts 2018 courses! This is a great opportunity for students to learn from a combination of talented California State University professors, and their guest artists who are some of the most highly accomplished individuals in their fields.
Summer Arts is now hiring
Looking for a summer job on campus? Well CSU Summer Arts is hiring for the 2018 season. Event production and production administration positions are now available with additional positions being posted in the following weeks. Applications are due Tuesday, Feb. 20 through the Hire Fresno State website.