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
With 80 percent of the alum continuing to live in the Central Valley, the College of Arts and Humanities powers the local economy and touches every corner of life in our community.Read More
A chance for students to win prizes, Adobe merchandise, and annual Adobe Creative Cloud licenses. Fresno State will host its first-ever Adobe Day on Thursday, Nov. 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Free Speech Area. As part of a partnership between the California State University (CSU) system and Adobe, Fresno State students, faculty […]Read More
By Jefferson Beavers Authors Beth Bich Minh Nguyen and Angela Morales will read from their work at The Normal School fall reading event on Friday, Dec. 7, inside The Backroom at The Revue coffee bar, 620 E. Olive Ave. The authors are returning to Fresno after teaching this past summer in The Normal School’s Creative Nonfiction […]Read More
While CSU Summer Arts Program wrapped up last weekend at Fresno State, several students are still in Germany where they are learning from world-famous opera singer Bo Skovhus as part of the Romantic Lied program in Germany. Fresno State music professor Dr. Anthony Radford is there with a group of 29 students. Here’s what he had […]Read More
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. FOOSA Festival 2018 happening June 10-24 The Fresno Summer Orchestra Academy (FOOSA) held its annual festival on the Fresno State campus this month. Find out […]Read More
The Fresno State campus comes alive with dance, music, comedy, poetry, and art this July as Summer Arts returns for another inspired arts festival season.Read More
We look back on another eventful month in the College of Arts and Humanities. Here are the top five stories from the month of April.Read More
Students from the world over are drawn to study CSU Summer Arts each summer. The opportunity to live, learn and work in an immersive environment for two weeks with world-renowned artists is just too hard to pass up. But, what draws professors to teach a class during the summer?
Three Fresno State professors from the College of Arts and Humanities can answer that.