The School of Music, Theatre, and Dance would like to congratulate those elected to serve on the inaugural SMTD Student Advisory Council, starting in the Spring 2021 semester. The new SMTD Student Advisory Council: Riley Busch, 2nd year, music therapy Beatrice Lincke, 3rd year, music performance Elliot Benson, 1st year, dance Sierra La Rue, 2nd […]
Concord Floral, by Jordan Tannahill, was turned into a digital production by CSU Theatre in Fall 2020. Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival representative, Mace Archer — artistic director and theatre instructor at Mt. Hood Community College — adjudicated the production. The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) is a national theater program, with more than 20,000 […]
If Colorado wants to proactively decrease poverty levels and the income gap between white communities and communities of color, it should invest in education, the judiciary, health care and human services, according to CSU researchers.
On Jan. 26, College of Liberal Arts faculty across disciplines provided insight and information about the Biden-Harris administration, what they may focus on, and what they will be able to accomplish.
It’s been a very tough year for the performing arts, but donor support has not wavered. The School of Music, Theatre, and Dance received $20M in support in 2020, including the upgrade and naming of the Instrument Rehearsal Hall, thanks to Cindy Haraway “Boomer.”
CSU director of orchestras, Wes Kenney, selected as an HONORED ARTISTS of The American Prize National Nonprofit Competitions in the Performing Arts Jan. 7, 2021, Danbury, Connecticut—The American Prize is the nation’s most comprehensive series of contests in the musical arts. The American Prize is nonprofit, unique in scope and structure, and is designed to evaluate, […]
The Colorado Music Educators Association clinic conference will take place online for 2021. Information about registering for the annual conference is available at cmeaonline.org. CSU music education graduate student Christina Herman has been selected to present a session titled: Student Perceptions of Online Peer Learning in Preservice Music Teacher Education: Motivation, Social-Emotional Learning, and Classroom Climate […]
Tucked away in the Southeast corner of Colorado State University’s campus, the University Center of the Arts is home to the School of Music, Theater, and Dance – not often the programs that draw students to CSU. A very niche group of prospective students however, will be looking at CSU with new excitement and respect, […]
“Perhaps the most important thing to understand is that it changed how consumers purchase food, almost overnight… As social distancing measures took hold, households immediately shifted away from food away from home purchases and spend a much larger share of their food budget on food at home venues such as grocery stores.” -Assistant Professor Becca Jablonski
NOTE: Concord Floral by Jordan Tannahill streams through Saturday, Dec. 19. CSUArtsTickets.com We are living through a historically difficult time, as academics and as theatre artists. The pandemic has cut through our discipline in shocking, profound ways. Yet we can also look back at this time as a period of exciting experimentation and artistic growth, […]