CalArts Theater Design & Production Open House
Saturday, December 8, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)
Santa Clarita, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The CalArts School of Theater welcomes you to explore our multidisciplinary undergraduate programs in Design & Production at an open house on our campus on Saturday, December 8th at 10:00am. Hosted by our faculty, this event will include interaction with current students, demonstrations and conversations with faculty in Costume Design, Lighting Design, Scene Design, Sound Design, Technical Direction, and Stage Management, as well as information on our Admissions process and Financial Aid. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience CalArts Design & Production first hand before our regular application deadline!
For students who apply by our preferred deadline of November 30, this event will also provide interview opportunities. Interview schedules will be confirmed with students one week prior to the event.
The day will end with an optional matinee performance of Woman from the Past by Ronald Schimmelpfennig and directed by Allison Keating.
Kindly RSVP in advance, as space is limited.
First-time freshman and transfer students interested in applying for Fall 2013 are encouraged to attend. Parents, as well as high school instructors in related areas are also encouraged to attend.
OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE*:
9:30am Check In
10:00am Welcome & Student Panel
10:45am Meet our Faculty & Visit our Facilities
12:45pm BREAK OUT:
For students who have submitted an application and portfolio by November 30:
Interview for Admission
For students who have not yet applied: Portfolio Tutorial
2:00pm Optional Performance: Woman From the Past
*schedule subject to change
When & Where
California Institute of the Arts educates artists in a learning environment founded on art-making excellence, creative experimentation, critical reflection and the diversity of voices. To advance the exploration of new forms and expressions, CalArts urges collaboration and reciprocity among artists, artistic disciplines and cultural traditions—both on campus and in ongoing engagement with communities near and far.