Juniors, Seniors, and MFA students (graphics, 3D design) are eligible for Nike 2017 Summer internships. Come to the Information Session to learn more. Application instructions are on the website: http://jobs.nike.com/article/internships.
CalArts Portfolio & Application Submission Deadline is
Feb. 1st, 2017: http://go.nike.com/college
Need to make a resume or have one that needs updating? Join us for an hour long workshop on resume writing! If you already have a resume, bring a copy for us to review.
Tuesday, January 24th
12pm - 1pm in G210 (Generator Building)
Cosplay, or costume play, has been a part of the sci-fi, fantasy, and comic book world since as early as the 1930s. Now, it's more prevalent and popular than ever before. Ever since its media introduction in the 1980s, cosplay has existed as a curiously subversive and creative subset of greater geek culture. This documentary examines the history of costume play and its place in today's pop culture.
Created by Linh Huynh, Mirabel Levine, Marley Townsend, & Nick Smiley.
John Underkoffler is founder and CEO of Oblong Industries. Oblong’s technological and design trajectories build on 15 years of foundational work at the MIT Media Lab, where John was responsible for innovations in real-time computer graphics systems, optical and electronic holography, large-scale visualization techniques, and the I/O Bulb and Luminous Room systems. He has been science advisor to films including Minority Report, The Hulk (A. Lee), Aeon Flux, and Iron Man. John serves on the National Advisory Council of Cranbrook Academy in Bloomfield Hills, MI, and on the Board of Directors of the E14 Fund in Cambridge, MA and of the Sequoyah School in Pasadena, CA. He is the recipient of the 2015 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award and holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. John is also a member of CalArts' HIVE, Hybrid Incubator for Visionary Entrepreneurs, Advisory Council.
About Oblong: Oblong Industries' innovative technologies and ideas are transforming the way people work, create, and collaborate. Founded by MIT graduates whose work spanned realtime computer graphics systems, large-scale visualization techniques, and new methods for human-machine interaction, our technology has its roots in over two decades of research at MIT's Media Laboratory. Oblong's executive team is dedicated to and passionate about fulfilling our commitment to leading the evolution of human-machine interface and bringing that technology to users everywhere. With headquarters in Los Angeles and offices in Barcelona and Boston, Oblong currently serves Fortune 500 enterprise customers, government agencies, and universities.
Matthew Manos is an award-winning design-strategist, educator, and social entrepreneur. He is the Founder & Managing Director of verynice, a global design-strategy consultancy that ignites movements, builds brands, and changes perspectives. Matthew is also the creator of Models of Impact, a strategic business-design toolkit and creative methodology that empowers its users to create sustainable impact in the world. Over the course of his career as a Design-Strategist and Creative Director, Matthew has been able to lead strategy and design teams to successfully launch hundreds of brands, products, and campaigns across the globe. As an educator and frequent public speaker, Matthew has designed curriculum for courses and workshop-sessions, and has spoken at over 100 events on the topics of pro-bono and social entrepreneurship for a range of institutions and events. Matthew holds an MFA in Media Design Practices from ArtCenter College of Design, and a BA in Design Media Arts from UCLA.
Tutelarius for Vortex Dome LA
Tutelarius is a multi-media puppet performance with 360 dome projection performed at Vortex Dome in LA and redesigned for performance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
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Puppet and Scenic Design by Stevie Nemazee. Video Design by Narae Kim. Composition, Sound Design, and live mixing by Chuck Gloria. Video by Rodrigo Correia
A Pair of Ground is an interactive sculpture in which people can "wear" the ground by inserting their legs into these two deep holes. The holes are deeper/longer than the average leg size so the person who is wearing it will experience a suspension in the ground.
MFA candidates from CalArts School of Art present the 2017 Open Studios from 12-6PM, welcoming the CalArts community and the public into the creative workspaces of the graduate students in the Art, Photo & Media, Art & Technology, and Integrated Media programs. MFA candidates present their works (in various stages of completion) and discuss their art practices with guests. In addition to the artists' studios, CalArts’ Bijou Theater screens video work. Maps will be available to visitors to navigate the sometimes labyrinthine spaces on campus. More details, TBA.
A celebration of CalArts’ downtown center for contemporary arts, with presentations of the REDCAT Award
Each year major philanthropists and art-world luminaries gather to celebrate REDCAT's role as one of the most influential cultural centers in LA and raises funds to support the amazing array of artists from around world featured in REDCAT's distinctive programs. The evening includes presentations of the REDCAT Award to honor both philanthropists and artists, for together they embody the invaluable alliance that shapes eras and defines cultures.
For more information, please call 213.237.2872 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
College Art Association Meetup - NY Alumni Chapter
Join Tom Lawson for this NY Alumni meetup during the 2017 College Art Association Conference (www.conference.collegeart.org/.) We hope to see you at Faces and Names!