We take a look back at the fantastic events of this month in the College of Arts and Humanities. Here are the top five stories from the month of June.
The Fresno Summer Orchestra Academy (FOOSA) held its annual festival on the Fresno State campus this month. Find out about the two-week intensive program that involves more than 200 students and nearly 30 faculty from around the world who come to be involved with the FOOSA Philharmonic.
From being crowned Miss Fresno County 2018, to earning a degree in Theatre Arts, to competing for Miss California, hear how recent alum Kindle Lynn Cowger has achieved success this year.
Read about philosophy professors Dr. Andrew Fiala and Dr. Veena R. Howard’s involvement with a newly published philosophy handbook that focuses on pacifism and nonviolence. Also, further congratulations to Howard as editor of another award-winning book looking at the multiplicity of dharma in India.
See how an art exhibition featuring over 100 mixed-media works created by men in prison art classes was accompanied by a companion catalog published through The Press at Fresno State. The catalog was produced by the Center for Creativity and the Arts and includes photographs along with essays from various contributors.
Beginning soon, CSU Summer Arts will be holding its annual arts festival featuring more than 25 live events of world-class talent this July. Check out the calendar highlights for tickets and event details.