CSUF News Service
Arts Week Sparks Creative Spirit
April 5, 2016
Pop-up shops, pot-glazing workshops and guest speakers are among the many activities in store April 10-15 during Arts Week 2016 with a full program of events showcasing all disciplines of the College of the Arts.
Arts Week kicks off with a 1 p.m. watercolor exhibition Sunday, April 10 at the Fullerton Arboretum. Lawrence Yun, professor of art, will showcase his students’ Arboretum-inspired paintings as the Fullerton Latin Ensemble plays. Other highlights include:
Monday, April 11
Pizza with the Dean
Visual Arts Quad
Dean Dale Merrill shares pizza and quality time with students to address questions and comments about the College of the Arts.
Hallberg Theater, Clayes Performing Arts Center
Hosted by the Financial Literacy Program
The University’s Financial Literacy Program hosts “#MoneyM@tter$,” a 35-minute, student-performed musical that highlights monetary challenges and tips toward financial wellness. Also playing at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 13 and at 4 p.m. Friday, April 15.
Tuesday, April 12
Promenade between Clayes Performing Arts Center and Visual Arts Center
Students can get free headshots and have an industry professional and a College of the Arts career specialist review their resumes and portfolios, then treat themselves to a massage and puppy therapy.
Wednesday, April 13
Hear the unique sounds of the Grammy-nominated group Trio Ellas.
Sand Casting and Hot Glass Demo
Artist Greg Price offers insight and a demo on hot glass working and sand casting, followed by open participation of the latter.
Friday, April 15
Ice Cream Social
Visual Arts Quad
Help paint the College of the Arts’ ice cream sculpture as we celebrate the end of another fun Arts Week at the annual Ice Cream Social.
A full list of events is available online.