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Saturday, April 7, 2018


Department of Visual Arts presents: Botanical Delights of the Arboretum: A Watercolor Exhibition , featuring Arboretum inspired landscape painting by CSUF art students

12-4 pm

Fullerton Arboretum Art Museum

Under the direction of professor Lawrence Yun, this art exhibition features Fullerton Arboretum inspired watercolor paintings produced by CSUF art students.


CSUF Grand Central Art Center – First Saturday Art Walk

7-10 pm

Grand Central Art Center

125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701

An evening of activities celebrating current GCAC exhibitions The Fountain: Michael Nannery, Are You Skeptical?: Lucio Muniain, Mwasah: Yasmine Kasem, Regionalia: Cog•nate Collective, and Exchange: Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry

Monday, April 9, 2018


Arts Week Kick-Off

12-2 pm

Titan Walk

Kick-off Arts Week by enjoying a Festival at which artists will be displaying their work! Join us in a hands-on activity to write/draw what Art means to you. We will have giveaways and free snacks! 


Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia presents:
Serenade Booth

12-2 pm

Titan Walk

Come grab a bite to eat and listen to the pleasant tunes of the Omicron Pi chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia of CSUF.


Camera Absurda presents: 

Jimena Sarno

1-2 pm

VA 295

Artist lecture with Jimena Sarno. Q & A immediately following.


Fine Arts Society presents: 

Artist Seminar Series

Monday, April 9 and April 10, 2018, 

12-1:30 pm (both days)

Monday: TSU Tuffree AB 

Tuesday: VA 175, Building D

Seminar series featuring two prominent Southern California contemporary artists who are at the top of their respective fields: Mara De Luca & Phung Huynh . The artists will speak about their work, art-making process, and how they achieved success. This will be followed by a Q&A session. Both speakers' current bodies of work explore and question today's social, economic, and political climate fitting of Arts Week 2018 Arts for Humanity theme.


Tuesday, April 10, 2018


Double Reed Club presents: 

Reed Making Master class with Dr. Lara Wicks 

10:30-12:30 pm

David B. Thoreson Choir Rm., CPAC 127

Lara Wicks is the principal oboe of the Pasadena Symphony, New West Symphony, and the Santa Barbara Symphony. She is widely renowned as one of the best reed makers of the U.S.


Sigma Alpha Iota presents: 

Grow Your Knowledge

11-1 pm


Answer questions about music, arts, and environmental issues for a chance to win seeds to plant or have Sigma Alpha Iota plant for you.


CSUF Grand Central Art Center presents: Regionalia: Cog•nate Collective

11 am – 4 pm 

Grand Central Art Center

125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701

The exhibition showcase work created over the span of nearly four years that the artists have served as artists-in-residence at Grand Central Art Center, establishing numerous collaborations with residents, students, and community groups in the region.


Career Center, ASI, & Alumni Engagement present: Slice of Advice: Art Works

11:45 am-1:15 pm 

TSU Tuffree AB

Slice of Advice: Art Works is a panel discussion  of five alumni from graphic design, illustration, and animation who will share their experiences as working artists. Come be encouraged by these artists, whose career paths will illuminate the different ways to make your "art work". Light refreshments served.


American Choral Directors Association Student Chapter presents: Conduct Us!

1-2 pm

Titan Walk, Table #11

The ACDA Student Chapter welcomes anyone to come and conduct a real life choir! We can instruct you on the basics and you have the freedom to shape the music however you wish.


African American Studies and Dance Program present: 

Black in Bloom: Food, Music, and Lit Life

3-5:15 pm

TSU Pavilions and Theater

The Black Arts Symposium aims to explore and celebrate black cultural production spotlighting the vast array of art forms by, for, about, and responding to black people. This event embraces intersectional blackness and views the arts as a space where healing, dialogue, escape, and revolution happen for people of color. We invite all to engage in a critical consciousness, learn, and celebrate with innovators, creatives, and scholars addressing the rich interconnections among culinary, music, and literary arts.


Mu Phi Epsilon presents: 

Pop and Film Music

5-6 pm

CPAC 254

Join us for a presentation on Pop and film music with the esteemed Dr. Reed. Free snacks and drinks.


Clarinet Consort presents: 

Masterclass with Mark Nuccio

6-9 pm

CPAC 127

This event will feature a masterclass with  esteemed clarinetist, Mark Nuccio. Selected club members will play for Nuccio and receive feedback to help improve their music-making.  The public is highly encouraged to attend (specifically, prospective students). Brief Q&A to follow.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018


Wellness Wednesday

12-2 pm

Arts Walkway, between Clayes Performing Arts Center and the Visual Arts Complex

Join us for a time of relaxation featuring a yoga session, chair massages, puppy therapy, and henna tattoos! Light brunch provided.


Ceramics Club presents: Paint-A-Pot

12-2 pm

Arts Walkway, between Clayes Performing Arts Center and the Visual Arts Complex

Students are invited to take part in a workshop on ceramic glaze application techniques and decorate their very own ceramic cup or tile that can be taken home after firing. All ceramic pieces are handmade by CSUF students.


CSUF Classical Guitar Society presents: Masterclass with Connie Sheu

1-4 pm

CPAC 225

Join the Classical Guitar Society for a masterclass with exquisite classical guitarist, Connie Sheu.


Department of Theatre and Dance presents: Dance Repertory Performance

3:30-4:30 pm

CPAC 272

Lecture/ demonstration/performance featuring choreography from guest artists danced by CSUF students.


Glass & Metal Club presents: Master Glass Sculptors Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen and Jasen Johnsen

4-5 pm, VA 175 

5-7 pm, VA 130 (Hot Shop demonstration)

Lecture/ demonstration by master glass artists Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen and Jasen Johnsen. They are living proof that glass artistry is alive and thriving! 


Thursday, April 12, 2018


Musical Performance: Dallas & Doll

12-2 pm

Becker Amphitheatre

Come out and enjoy music by cover band Dallas & Doll! They will be performing different musical styles, including “guilty pleasures” from the 2000s!


Polysquad's Carnival Virtual Reality

12-2 pm
VA 280 A, Building D

A carnival virtual reality art gallery experience utilizing the Oculus Rift that showcases the talents of CSUF students.


Kappa Pi International Art Honor Society - Eta Delta Chapter present: Dale Brewer

3:30-5 pm

VA 175, Building D

Dale Brewer will be speaking about his work as a graphic designer. His previous experience includes work with Sony, Lytro, and Google.


Dance Association presents: 

Improvisation Jam

6-8 pm

CPAC 272

The improvisation jam will be an open event for dancers and non-dancers alike. The night includes free dance, where people move freely throughout the space. This form of dance is great for anyone needing a major physical or emotional release of stress. We welcome people from all walks of life to join us in creating beautiful dance work personal to them.


Graphic Design Club presents: 

Make Your Own GIF

7-8 pm

VA 276, Building D

Graphic Interchange Formats (GIFs) give us a moment away from our strenuous lives, so why not be able to create one? Whether it be for yourself or to share with others, come learn how to create a GIF using Photoshop!

Friday, April 13, 2018

Ice Cream Social  

12-2 pm

VA Complex - Ice Cream Sculpture, between Buildings A and D

Help us paint the ice cream sculpture while enjoying tasty ice cream!


Department of Theatre and Dance presents: Ca$h – Bank of America/Financial Literacy

11:30 am - 12 pm

CPAC 212

This will be a devised piece of theatre funded through a community partnership with Bank of America and their Financial Literacy program. The piece is entirely student created, conceived and performed by our Advanced Devised Performance students.


Pencil Mileage Club presents: 

Children's Book Panel

7-10 pm

PLN- 130

The Pencil Mileage Club presents a panel on children's book illustration in which professional illustrators give their insight into the world of children's literature and answer questions about their work

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