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Santa Ana, CA 92706
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(714) 564-5600
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Message from the Dean

photo of eve kikawaThe Fine and Performing Arts Division comprises eight departments: Art/Photography, Communications and Media Studies, Communication Studies, Dance, Music, Nealley Library, Television/Video, and Theatre Arts. Faculty members excel in teaching and making significant contributions to their professional and academic fields. Students benefit from the experience brought to the instructional programs by award-winning directors and choreographers in dance and theatre; visual artists whose work is shown nationally and internationally; composers of piano and choral contemporary works performed throughout California; and professional broadcast journalists and production specialists in TV/Video.

The el Don newspaper is ranked #1 among college newspapers nationwide. Our dynamic communication studies faculty reshapes the student experience of public speaking. There is a long history of success among our students, whether the goal is degree completion, transfer to a 4-year university, or job training for a career. We foster creativity, academic excellence, and practical application of learning in a student-centered atmosphere. Join us. Your success is our success.​​​

Eve Kikawa, Dean
   Fine & Performing Arts Division
   Phone: (714) 564-5600
   Location: Cesar Chavez Building, A-109
   Email: Eve Kikawa

   DIVISION STAFF:

Tonimarie Withey
Jimmy Nguyen
    Phone: (714) 564-5600, A-109

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Current Events:
April & May

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“ANNUAL STUDENT ART SHOW”
Opening Reception: Friday, May 12, 6:00 – 8:00pm
May 12– June 7, 2017
SAC MAIN GALLERY

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AMERICAN SOLDIERS BY MATT MARILLIO
Directed by Chris Cannon
When daughter Angela, an Army Veteran returns home from the Middle East, Dad struggles to hold the family together as Angela declares war.
Saturday, May 20, Thursday June 1 and Saturday June 3 at 7:30pm
BLACKBOX THEATRE, PHILLIPS HALL
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INFINITE BLACK SUITCASE BY E.M. LEWIS
Directed by Chris Cannon
The story of one day in an Oregon town and families trying, in loving and human ways, to deal with death and dying.
Sunday, May 21, Friday June 2 and Sunday June 4 at 7:30 pm
BLACKBOX THEATRE, PHILLIPS HALL
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‘DON’ MARIACHI: MUSIC FROM MEXICO!
Friday, May 26 at 7:30 pm
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CHOIRS IN CONCERT
Tuesday, May 30 at 7:30 pm