Plan your night out with Arts & Entertainment at Humboldt State.
A pair of exhibitions at HSU’s Third Street Gallery will explore wetland ecologies and climate change beginning Jan. 29.
Humboldt State University (HSU) Third Street Gallery presents, Rooster Summer: Young Alumni 2017, on exhibit from Saturday, July 1 through Sunday, September 3. The exhibition features works by recent graduates from Humboldt State’s Art Department.
Humboldt State University’s Reese Bullen Gallery presents the 2017 Art Graduates Exhibition from April 20 through May 13. The opening reception and awards ceremony is Thursday, April 20 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at HSU’s Department of Art Building.
The Theatre, Film and Dance Department at Humboldt State University presents Luminescence, an original dance concert created by students and faculty, in the Van Duzer Theatre on campus for two weekends in April.
Humboldt State University Third Street Gallery presents “Two Views-Painting From Life,” a two-person exhibition featuring representational paintings by husband and wife Jim McVicker and Theresa Oats, who reside on California’s North Coast. Together, this exhibition explores their long partnership animated by a mutual passion for painting the landscape, still life and portraits. The show runs from April 1 through May 14.
Humboldt State University’s Third Street Gallery presents “Morphic Structures: Ceramic Works by Shannon Sullivan and David Zdrazil,” a two-person exhibition of ceramic sculpture and ceramic vessels by artists Shannon Sullivan and David Zdrazil (pronounced DRAY-zel). The show runs April 1 through May 14. The objects in this exhibit reference a variety of phenomena found in the natural world. Geology, crumbling cliffs, stormy landscapes, and vibrant growth are among the shared references in the works made by Sullivan and Zdrazil.
Humboldt State University’s Goudi’ni Gallery presents Beyond Traditions: Recent Native Art Alumni featuring work in a variety of media by five HSU Alumni and recent art graduates on display from Apr. 6 to May 6.
Multi-talented singer-songwriter Melanie DeMore will perform a free public concert at the HSU Kate Buchanan Room on Saturday, April 1, at 7 p.m. DeMore’s mission? “To make sure you unlock the key to experiencing yourself in all your glory,” writes the self-described vocal activist.
In 1967 Lyndon Johnson was president, a movie ticket cost $1.25, and Humboldt State College students were organizing the campus’s first film festival. Half a century later, the festival is the oldest student-run film festival of its kind and even though the tickets have gone up (slightly) in price, it’s still one of the best deals going for moviegoers.
The Theatre, Film and Dance Department at Humboldt State University presents William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, one of several plays written by Shakespeare based on true events from Roman history.
The Humboldt State University Third Street Gallery presents “Transportraits,” a traveling solo exhibition of photographic portraits of transgender men by Lorenzo Triburgo. The exhibition runs Tuesday, Jan. 31 to Sunday, March 5.
Humboldt State University Third Street Gallery presents, Just Kids: Tender Forever, an exhibition of photography, mixed media and video installations by the artist couple Megan May and Marval A Rex, from Tuesday, Jan. 31, to Sunday, March 5.
Humboldt State University’s Spring Semester will begin with a week celebrating the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Kathrin Burleson presents paintings from The Creation Series beginning Nov. 25 at Humboldt State University’s Third Street Gallery. The series features a selection of vibrant watercolor paintings inspired by “The Book of Genesis,” the Bible’s creation story.
The Theatre, Film and Dance Department at Humboldt State University presents “columbinus,” a play that looks at issues of alienation, hostility and social pressure in high schools and was inspired by the April 1999 massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado.
Humboldt State University’s Humboldt Int’l Film Fest has announced a call-to-entry for local films.
A faculty and staff exhibition featuring artists working in Humboldt State University’s Art Department opens at the Reese Bullen Gallery with a reception for the artists on Thursday, October 27 from 4-6 p.m., and runs through November 17. The public is invited to attend.
HSU presents “Peter and the Starcatcher,” the Tony Award-winning play that upends the century-old story of how a miserable orphan boy becomes the legendary Peter Pan. This production opens on Friday, Oct. 21, in the Van Duzer Theatre and is the first fully staged production of the 2016-17 Season at HSU.