FAMC - In the News
In print and online
November 4, 2012, Today@SAM: Festival To Showcase SHSU’s Strings
November 2, 2012, Today@SAM: ABC 13 Anchors To Mingle At SHSU
November 2, 2012, Vallano Media: Student Interviews 'Contender' Director
November 2, 2012, Today@Sam: Orchestra To Envision 'Divine' With Internationally Renowned Violinist
November 1, 2012, Today@Sam: Jazzy Performance To Highlight Modern Genre Elements
October 19, 2012, Today@SAM: Theatre To Showcase Chekhov's Tale Of Unrequited Love
October 14, 2012, Today@SAM: Percussion Ensemble To 'Rock' Concert
October 5, 2012, Today@SAM: Egyptian Journalist To Help Launch New International Journalism, Democracy Center
October 3, 2012, The Houstonian:"Enron" to be a dramatic take on the real scandal
October 3, 2012, Today@SAM: Award-Winning “ENRON” Coming To SHSU
October 1, 2012, The Houstonian:Body and Screen: Performative Video Works sure to keep viewers attention
October 1, 2012, The Houstonian:Theatre production, 'Oleanna', performs well and stirs up controversy
October 1, 2012, The Houstonian:Letter to the Editor: Art professor says dept. requirement encourages progress
September 27, 2012, Today@SAM: Orchestra To Present Passionate Program on Oct. 5
September 27, 2012, The Houstonian: SHSU Wind Ensemble concert blows audience away
September 16, 2012, Today@SAM: Annual Festival to Present Gallery for Professional Dancers
September 13, 2012, Today@SAM: Event to Create ‘Bassoon Community' for Young Musicians
September 2, 2012, Today@SAM: New Program To Teach Local Children to Move ‘Creatively’
Spotlight on Students, Staff & Faculty
Ashley Ward barely knows how to use a computer. Trained as a classical painter but making a living as a screen printer, there’s only thing she would tell her college self to do differently: “Take a printing making class!” In this digital age, that’s very telling.
Associate Professor Michael Henderson likes to multi-task with his classes. He’s not trying to get things done faster, he wants his students to learn from each other. When he was told about the opportunity to place student artwork in the Gaertner Performing Arts Center lobby Henderson knew that his students could benefit in multiple ways.
Alicia Carlin, 27, dreamt about a lot of things as a kid--dancing as the Sugar Plumb Fairy, for one. Since she was 3 years old, she couldn’t imagine a day or a future without dance. What she didn’t dream about was dancing on a building while suspended 17 stories in the air.
“It was like being a pendulum in space,” said Carlin about her experience.
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