March 14, 2018: National School Walkout

The Women’s March and the March for Our Lives organizations have planned a nationwide school walkout at 10 am on March 14, 2018. CalArts President Ravi Rajan encourages everyone who wants to participate to join him in the walkout to demand real change on gun violence.

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Greg Kurstin Wins Producer Of The Year | 2018 GRAMMYs

Congratulations to CalArts alumnus Greg Kurstin, who, for the second year in a row, won Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical at the 2018 GRAMMYs. Kurstin was recognized for his recent work on projects such as the Foo Fighters' 'Concrete And Gold' and Beck's 'Dear Life.' He is also...

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Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King

Earlier this week, we honored the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., whose sense of justice, forgiveness, solidarity, courage, compassion, dignity, humility, and service to others reflect values CalArtians hold very close to their hearts. 

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From Paris to SoCal: New CalArts Dance Dean Brings Multimedia Front and Center

He might have just had a long day of rehearsals prepping for a performance at the Paris Internationale art fair, yet Dimitri Chamblas is energized as he talks about his new role. The 42-year-old took over this year as dean of The Sharon Disney Lund School of Dance at the California Institute of...

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'Variety' Magazine Explores CalArts' CAP Program

Variety magazine published a Dec. 8 story about CalArts' CAP, and visited the current animation class at Susan Miller Dorsey High School to examine CalArts' long-term commitment to children and communities.

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Wildfire Update

Check here for updates on the fire situation in Southern California and Santa Clarita.

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Art and the Long Downturn

CalArts Aesthetics and Politics Program presents 'Art and the Long Downturn' on Friday, Dec. 1, with Sarah Brouillette, Jasper Bernes, Annie McClanahan and Michael Szalay.

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