“We Are Proud to Present…” centers around three Black and three white Americans attempting to tell the story of the historical Herero Genocide. The play creates awareness of the historical violence the Herero faced in Namibia, Africa.
With COVID-19 restrictions during the last academic year, Music students endured a loss of educational experience in the last year. Pepperdine’s Music Department continues monitoring COVID-19 protocols and communicating with students.
The partial reopening of campus allows Fine Arts students access to on-campus studios. Not all creative spaces are open, and those that are have COVID-19 restrictions.
The Pepperdine community had a wide range of reactions to the School of Public Policy’s petition against The New York Times’ The 1619 Project and Dean Pete Peterson’s Oct. 12 email to Conservative News Subscribers. Several faculty organizations, alumni groups and student groups shared petitions and letters against and in support of Peterson.
Students from the Fine Arts Division unite the Pepperdine community by entertaining viewers from their homes around the country.
For students and faculty in the Fine Arts Division, the show must go on.
A student-operated theater company plans productions and workshops for its second season on campus.
Fine arts majors discuss the challenges they face with auditions, their art and post-graduation job opportunities.
How do four different artists from four different fields define success?
Photos Courtesy of Ina Bobis The all-student cast of “Die Fledermaus” will be present the traditional German opera in Smothers Theatre on Thursday, Feb. 21 and Saturday, Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m. Emma Ujifusa, a junior Music Education and Vocal Performance major, plays Adele — the chambermaid of the two main characters. “She is a […]