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Cultural Arts Board

"The mission of the Cultural Arts board is to promote, support, and expand cultural activities and to help integrate them into the lives of our campus and community"

The Cultural Arts Board is responsible for coordinating the majority of cultural events on campus.  Some examples from past years include:

Manuel Delgado "The Last Chicano" reading and book signing by author and former SDSU-IV staff member, March 2010
Lucio Padilla "Memoirs of a Lechuguero" reading and book signing by author and former SDSU-IV student, March 2009
Marian Liebowitz clarinetist in concert in Rodney Auditorium, March 2008
Dolores Del Rio — an illustrated lecture by Dr. Linda B. Hall of the University of New Mexico, in Nov 2005, sponsored by Semantics Humanities Enrichment, CCBRES, and the History Dept. of Imperial Valley College
Lucha la Libre — a play performed by drama students from the San Diego campus, directed by Peter Cirino, in Rodney Auditorium, April 2006
Mexican Mosaic — a musical and theater performance by the Border Players, directed by Bill Hodge, in Rodney Auditorium,  Oct/Nov 2006
Poetry Reading — by Paul Lopez, reading from his book of poems, Death of a Mexican, in February 2007 at the Calexico and Brawley campus sites; sponsored by Semantics Humanities Enrichment
Sculpture Exhibit — by artist Jim Sloman, in Mar//Apr 2007 sponsored by Steppling Art Gallery on campus

The board helps oversee a variety of events during Explore SDSU, the annual campus open house. 

This committee was founded in spring 2005.  Current members of the board are faculty Dr. Lasisi Ajayi; Assistant Dean for Student Affairs  Miguel Rahiotis; staff members Sheila Dollente, Monica Cortez, and Norma Aguilar; Associated Student representatives Miguel N. Rahiotis, Kristian Salgado and Brenda Sandoval.  Contact any board member if you wish to sponsor an event on campus.