Sacramento State Sunday Funday

The Festival of the Arts

Back Apr 14, 2013 @ 11 am

The Sunday Funday at Sacramento State on April 14th runs 11 a.m.-4 p.m. with demonstrations, performances, exhibits, live music, a special Kids’ Zone, and the best of the city’s mobile food providers, Sacto MoFo with vendors such as Krush Burgers and Chando’s Tacos. The College of Arts and Letters has lined up events for the entire family on that day, including a Kids’ Zone that will be located on the Main Quad at the north end of campus, offering a bounce house, free ice cream, and many other child-oriented attractions. The University’s Ceramics Guild will offer demonstrations of making items from clay on a ceramics wheel. Adults and older children will have the chance to try it themselves.

Visitors to Mendocino Hall will be able to use the sound studio to record themselves and listen back to the results. And there will be theatrical and dance presentations, as well as exhibits in galleries across the campus. Parking on campus is free during the run of Funday, as are all activities except for Cabaret and the Sacramento Dance Sampler.

• Cabaret: The Tony award winning musical turns the spotlight on Kit Kat Klub singer Sally Bowles and her experiences amidst the rise of Nazi Germany in 1920s Berlin. Performances are April 10-21.

•“Dance Sampler,” a presentation of selections from some of the city’s professional dance troupes, under the direction of Professor Lorelei Bayne. 

April 13 and 14, two performances each day. Ticket prices, times, and more details about the Festival of the Arts are available at www.csus.edu/festival. More information also is available at the College of Arts and Letters, (916) 278-6502 or at their Facebook page www.facebookcom/CSUSArtsLetters. For media assistance, call Sacramento State’s Public Affairs office at (916) 278-6156.

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