CSUSB has been approved for a grant by the National Endowment for the Arts to support the music department’s “New Frontiers: Multimedia Monodramas,” a project that focuses on aspects of new frontiers, California, diversity, women and the idea of the West.
CSUSB’s Opera Theatre has released the full-length theatrical motion picture “Song from the Uproar,” by Grammy-nominated Missy Mazzoli, which features 10 CSUSB students who tell the story of the life of early 20th century feminist, nomad and novelist Isabelle Eberhardt.
Tony Coulson (information and decision science) was interviewed about guarding against identity theft online, and Stacey Fraser (music) was included in a review about the newly released recording, “Voices of the Pearl Volume 3.”
Kirsten Ashley Wiest (music) releases her solo album, Kenneth Shultz (psychology) discussed factors people should consider before retiring, and Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote about the causes of loneliness.
The solo album by award-winning coloratura soprano, Kirsten Ashley Wiest, a part-time lecturer in the CSUSB Department of Music, was released Friday, Sept. 4.
Award-winning coloratura soprano, Kirsten Ashley Wiest, a part-time lecturer in the CSUSB Department of Music, will release her debut solo album internationally on Friday, Sept. 4.
Meredith Conroy (political science), Mike Stull (entrepreneurship), Kevin Grisham (geography and environmental studies) and Stacey Fraser (music) are included in recent news coverage.
Opera and theatrical performances executed on the stage and in the sand make up the avant-garde film “Still Life After Death,” an 11-minute short featuring soprano and CSUSB professor Stacey Fraser.