Arts and Culture
Dance program alumni will take the stage with original dance, music and spoken word performances on Saturday, Feb. 6.
With music programs returning to schools, CSUEB's music education is filling a need.
The contemporary adaptation of Aristophanes’ classic play can be seen Dec. 11-12 in the Studio Theatre.
ICE features two different programs of dance works by faculty, students and guest artists while ICE-X takes audiences into more experimental realms.
Cal State East Bay’s production of the Thornton Wilder play is performed by an all student cast, headed by Ronny Marasigan as George Gibbs and Mariah Kuhn as Emily Webb.
The National Stroke Association has honored the choir with the 2015 Raising Awareness in Stroke Excellence (RAISE) Award for “Most Creative” program.
Luz Calvo co-authored "Decolonize Your Diet," a cookbook that also delves into the history and culture of food in Latin Countries and Mexico.
Pat Klobas, a CSUEB faculty member, plays double bass for the group, which performs Oct. 13 at noon in the music building.
Eric Neuenfeldt won the Grace Paley Prize for Short Fiction from the Association of Writers and Writing Programs.
Daniel Riddle Rodriguez, an undergraduate in Cal State East Bay’s creative writing program, took first place in a national literary magazine contest for his work “Low Village.”
In "(Re)Presenting Wilma Rudolph," Cal State East Bay professor Rita Liberti gives a fresh perspective on the story of the Olympic track star.
Cal State East Bay’s Department of Theatre & Dance presents a showcase of senior projects directed by theater and dance majors.
Trevor R. Getz will discuss his book Abina and the Important Men at the May 26 event.
CSUEB helps advance awareness of communication disorders and age-related diseases with several campus events in May
Creative Visionary, Social Justice Theater Artist Rhodessa Jones to Give Workshop and Speak April 29 at Cal State East Bay
Creative visionary and social justice theater artist Rhodessa Jones will give a performance workshop and speak at California State University, East Bay.
Cal State East Bay Department of Theater & Dance to Stage Original Work May 1-2; May 8-10 California State University, East Bay's Theatre & Dance Department will stage "A House Divided: La Casa de Bernarda Alba."
World-renowned saxophonists Bob Mintzer (The Yellowjackets) and Tia Fuller (Beyoncé & Esperanza Spaulding) join the Music Department's annual event.
The University Art Gallery is proud to present “In The Dark: New Media Works,” its first exhibition showcasing a collection of electronic media, including 2D/3D digital, video, audio (sound art), animation, games, websites, interactive, motion graphics, and more. The exhibition is open to all CSU East Bay undergraduate and graduate students, and alumni. Phillip Hofstetter, Ian Pollock, and Philip Ringler will jury the event.