Your effort, creativity, persistence, and resilience have been tested and you have succeeded – even in the midst of quarantine and restrictions that would have been unimaginable when we began this school year. Until we can celebrate in person, we celebrate you here
Mitchell Villareal, a graduating senior at CSULB recently created a beautiful virtual arrangement featuring multiple singers and instrumentalists all collaborating on “We Are the World.” He explained the inspiration, motivation, and process behind his video.
Each year, California State University holds a system-wide Media Arts competition, open to any and all media arts students attending one of the 23 CSU campuses. We are so very proud of the repeat and near constant successes of our CSULB students at these festivals. Below are links and brief descriptions of some of our recent winners.
Earlier this month, David Waldman, a professional cinematographer and instructor for the Film and Electronic Arts Department, teaches Lighting for the Camera. The course is offered in the Spring semester for third year undergrads in the narrative production option in FEA. The goal of the class is the examination of basic aesthetic and technical principles of lighting. Students explore various creative lighting styles and techniques through lectures and practical exercises.
Gayle Baizer teaches Theatrical Makeup in the Department of Theatre Arts at CSULB. She recently shared images from one of her online class meetings with her students and spoke about how teaching (and sanity) continue for her at this time.