Registration is now open for Summer Arts 2019 Courses

Summer Arts student showcase performance

Summer Arts is back! Students mark your calendars now for an opportunity to study side-by-side with the greats in your chosen field. Artists, dancers, writers, actors, and creators- you won’t want to miss this.

Applying to the courses offered during the 2019 CSU Summer Arts season is easy and scholarships are available. Classes offered are an exciting two-week intensive program taught by an amazing list of world-renowned talents.

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The 2019 season of CSU Summer Arts classes will be taught by the likes of the acclaimed Diavolo Dance Company, award-winning artist and Fresno native, Daniel Keys, and Hollywood industry veteran Hal Masonberg. Two study abroad programs are also available; La Guitarra Espanola in Granada, Spain and a new course offering Ceramics and Satoyama in Echizen and Kyoto Japan.

With a focus on pre-professional and master students, CSU Summer Arts classes are taught by a combination of incredibly talented California State University Professors, and by some of the most highly accomplished guest artists in their fields.

Deadlines for class applications vary and students can earn three to six units of transferable credits. To view the entire class list, along with application criteria, please visit www.csusummerarts.org. Join the CSU Summer Arts program to build your portfolio and create lasting professional relationships.

If you can’t take a class but would like to join the fun, the CSU Summer Arts Festival is open to the public and runs from July 1-27. The full performance and festival calendar will be released in May.

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The College of Arts and Humanities provides a diverse student population with the communication skills, humanistic values and cultural awareness that form the foundation of scholarship. The college offers intellectual and artistic programs that engage students and faculty and the community in collaboration, dialog and discovery. These programs help preserve, illuminate and nourish the arts and humanities for the campus and for the wider community.

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