To gaze into her eyes would be to know all the secrets of the universe; rendering mankind into stone.
“Twelve young people navigate a world blindsided by a pandemic and a reckoning for racial justice. How to go to school, pay the rent, stay alive, attend a protest, go on a date?
little dandelion is a dance film created for, through, and by the collaborative process of tuning in.
GRAY is an original drama series written and directed by Elysse Green (Theater and Performance Studies, 2020).
Our work attempts to immerse our audience into an alternative spirit space where they are invited to question their reality and what they think is fixed.
The dominant piano performance evaluation models are based on metrics such as playing correct notes and global tempo.
The Outward Localities Collective aims to pay homage to the young soldiers who perished in a distanced war in the South Caucasus region.
In a nameless town. At an unknown time. A community is on edge as arsonists wreak havoc in the night, going door to door, setting homes ablaze.
The dance film “Digital Dreams” is a performance supplement to Randall Belyea’s honors thesis entitled “Digital Dreams: Performing Our Fantasies and Modern Media.” In his thesis, Randall explores the connections
"FABLE," written and directed by TDPS student Timothy L. Quirus, is a modern-day retelling of the mythologies of the Triple Goddess and Medusa. Is the story complete?
Based on Isabel Allende’s best-selling novel, Caridad Svich’s "The House of the Spirits" follows three generations of the Trueba family—their loves, their ambitions, their spiritual quests, and their place in the
t h e b o d y y o u d r e a m o f I s y o u r o w n is a musical theater piece designed and composed by Trevor Van de Velde as part of his undergraduate honors thesis.
artinCOVID is an Instagram account open to art submissions across the world, that responds to people’s experiences in the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Because the sunset, like survival [and memory], exists only on the verge of its own disappearing. To be gorgeous, you must first be seen, but to be seen allows you to be hunted.”
This dynamic performance piece, written and directed by Sean San José, parallels the murder of a young street artist in San Francisco’s Mission District with the death of immigrant, working-class neighborhoods.
The current initiative invites artists from diverse backgrounds to propose works that reclaim FSM Cafe as a site of collective and inclusive memory.
The piece consists of percussion instruments (some of which are home made) mounted on a wooden plate. the instruments are activated only using electronic solenoids.
We feel power in natural sounds when everything is silent. We wanted to build a product that can bring such power to people in a protest.
Coming In Hot was one of my first attempts to mix two art forms, dance and film, into one singular art form.
“Dinner for Two” is an intimate, outdoor experience in which one can watch the sunset while dining with a friend or lover.