Mashrabiya: The Art of Looking Back
Using the architectural form mashrabiya as a visual trope, this exhibition shows art that complicates Western paradigms of viewing and representing Middle Eastern and Islamic culture. February 18 - March 16.
More Than 2,300 Students Make Dean's List in College of Liberal & Creative Arts
Each student who made the list earned a grade-point average of 3.25 or higher last semester. Huzzah!
Professor Peter Biella Revisits Tanzania 30 Years Later in Award-winning Documentary
"The film is a look at two ends of a 30-year divide," says Biella of his newest documentary, Changa Revisited.
Diversity Drought in Oscars Ends; SF State Professors Have Mixed Reactions
Academy Award nominations set new records this year in diversity, ending public backlash and a boycott of the award show.
Award-winning Graphic Novelist Nick Sousanis Teaches New Comics Courses
The Humanities and Liberal Studies courses in preparation for a forthcoming 12-unit minor in comics studies, one of only a handful of such programs at U.S. universities.