Arts & Entertainment Archive
Plan your night out with Arts & Entertainment at Humboldt State.
- Week of: Nov 18, 2018
- Six Plays–Written, Directed, and Performed by Students » The upcoming Margaret T. Kelso Short Play Festival, which will feature six original plays, provides students the opportunity to show their work in front of an audience.
- Week of: Oct 07, 2018
- HSU Presents Evil Dead The Musical » HSU’s Theatre, Film and Dance Department presents Evil Dead The Musical, a splattery horror-comedy opening Friday, Oct. 26.
- Week of: Sep 30, 2018
- 25th Annual Indigenous Peoples Week at HSU » Humboldt State University American Indian faculty, staff, and students will host the 25th Annual Indigenous Peoples Week October 8-12. HSU events and activities are focused on Indigenous issues, ideologies, and methods.
- Week of: Sep 16, 2018
- Five-time Grammy Nominated Pianist Ursula Oppens to Perform at HSU » Humboldt State University's Department of Music is presenting a special solo piano recital featuring the legendary American pianist Ursula Oppens on Friday, Sept. 28, at 8 p.m. in Fulkerson Recital Hall. Her performance is part of a three-day residency at HSU, where she’ll work with students and offer a free public piano master class on Sept. 27, noon - 2 p.m. in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
- Week of: Sep 02, 2018
- Exhibit Examines Injustices to Indigenous Women » _Sing Our Rivers Red_, a traveling earring exhibit aimed at bringing awareness to the epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women and colonial gender-based violence across North America, opens Thursday, Sept. 6 in the Goudi’ni Gallery.
- Week of: May 13, 2018
- HSU Robot Camp for Middle-Schoolers – Sign Up Now! »
- Week of: Apr 15, 2018
- Dinner Guests and Their Self-Centered Hosts » The Theatre, Film & Dance Department at Humboldt State University presents Hay Fever by Noel Coward, beginning April 27.
- Week of: Apr 01, 2018
- Poetic, Vivid Exploration of North Coast History » Local author, poet, and educator Zev Levinson explores the colorful history, rich diversity, and stunning geography of the North Coast through a blend of lyrical poetry and archival photography in his new book, _Song of Six Rivers_, published by Humboldt State University Press.
- World’s Oldest Student-run Film Festival Returns » Billed as the world’s oldest student-run film festival, the 51st Humboldt International Film Fest returns April 18-21 to the Minor Theatre in Arcata.
- Week of: Mar 18, 2018
- HSU Does it Again! Student Heads to National Theater Arts Competition in D.C. » For the fifth consecutive year, an HSU Theatre Arts student is heading to Washington, D.C. for a prestigious theater competition.
- Week of: Feb 25, 2018
- Spanish-language Radio Programming to Reach More Listeners » Humboldt State University’s new Spanish-language public radio programming is expanding its reach to most of the North Coast.
- Week of: Feb 11, 2018
- It’s the 20th Annual International Latino Film Fest! » The 20th Annual International Latino Film Festival will be held February 27 and 28, and March 1 at the Mill Creek Cinema in McKinleyville, 6 - 10:20 p.m.
- Week of: Jan 21, 2018
- Black History Month 2018 Kicks Off in February » A community leader behind a food revolution in urban areas will help Humboldt State celebrate and recognize African-American achievements throughout U.S. history.
- Week of: Jan 14, 2018
- Looking at the Human Effect on the Environment at Third Street Gallery » A pair of exhibitions at HSU’s Third Street Gallery will explore wetland ecologies and climate change beginning Jan. 29.
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