|College Administrative Offices||Office||Extension*|
|Dean of the College||Keith Morrison||CA 351||7618|
|Associate Dean||Derek Hunt||CA 351||7620|
|Director, Creative Arts Technical Services||Dan McGough||CA 137||1464|
|Director of Communications||Paul Dorn||CA 139||1442|
|Art||Sylvia Solochek Walters||A&I 265||2176|
|Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts||Philip Kipper||CA 201||1788|
|Cinema||Robert Lewis||A&I 245||2466|
|Dance||Jerry Duke||CA 101||2062|
|Design and Industry||Wan-Lee Cheng||A&I 121||2211|
|Inter-Arts Center||Jim Davis||CA 354||1478|
|Music||Patricia Taylor Lee||CA 214||1432|
|Theatre Arts||Joel Schechter||CA 103||1341|
*For calls from off-campus, dial the prefix 338, then the four-digit extension number. For on-campus calls, dial 8 before the four-digit extension.
College of Creative Arts
Statement of Mission
The College of Creative Arts has the only academic program primarily devoted to the creative arts in Northern California. Comprised of a variety of disciplines, interdisciplines, and departments in visual, media, and performing arts areas, the college provides unique opportunities for specialized focus, collaboration, interdisciplinary learning, and multidisciplinary pursuits.
Undergraduate majors and minors provide a broad introduction to various fine arts, design, and communication arts disciplines. Graduate programs stress a greater development of individual direction and focus, leading to significant professional-level creative and/or scholarly works.
The College of Creative Arts offers the following undergraduate degrees:
Bachelor of Arts
Broadcast programs have access to cable radio KSFS, cable TV, three TV studios, radio studio, and sound recording studio. Cinema programs in the new building feature a 50' x 50' shooting stage, four sound studios, animation studio, twenty-five editing rooms, multimedia production areas, and a media study center.
The Art Department has recently upgraded facilities in all of its studio areas, and also features the New Art Department Gallery in the A&I Addition. The gallery is professional in scope, and composed of 3,200 sq. ft., which includes a rear projection screen for projection installations, and gallery preparation and curatorial rooms. The Art Slide Library is comprised of over 100,000 slides, and the Art Department's Printmaking Archives has a collection of 500 works of historic and contemporary prints, photographs, drawings, and artist's books.
The Dance Department features a Multimedia Dance Studio with projection booth and foldout seating in the A&I Addition. The Inter-Arts Center supervises the Intermedia Laboratory which includes video and audio
equipment, plus the MAC Laboratory (used by classes throughout the college), and the Advanced Computer Imaging Center. The Music Department also has an Electronic Music Laboratory.
The Dance Department serves as the administrative hub for the International Dance Institute, which is devoted to developing understanding of world dance.
The college's Arts Bridge to College Program provides opportunities for high school students to attend college classes in the arts at low cost. The program goal is to encourage advanced studies in the arts for high school students.
For information on Creative Arts productions, exhibits, and symposia, refer to the Performing, Visual, and Media Arts section of this Bulletin and http://www.sfsu.edu/~allarts/. Consult Index for page reference.
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