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New Music: John Tejada and Ulrich Krieger Release Silversonic EP

John Tejada and Ulrich Krieger, faculty of The Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts, released the EP Silversonic last month on Tejada’s own Palatte Recordings. The new four-track collaboration features interpretations of an original tune from Tejada, an electronic music...

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re:connections: Art MFAs Present 2021 Postgraduate Exhibition

After nearly two years apart, 2021 MFA graduates of the School of Art present their postgraduate exhibition re:connections, running from Aug. 5-31 at Tin Flats in Los Angeles. The exhibition includes works from the most recent graduates of the programs in Art, Art and Technology, and...

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CalArtians Nominated for 73rd Emmy Awards

The nominees for the 73rd Emmy Awards were unveiled this morning, via livestream on the Emmys’ website. The announcement was made by actor and CalArts Theater faculty Ron Cephas Jones and his daughter, Jasmine Cephas Jones. As in previous years, CalArtians are well-represented in numerous...

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Rosanna Gamson’s Sugar Houses Deconstructs Famous Folk Tale

The return of live audiences to the REDCAT stage kicks off on Thursday, July 8, with the premiere of Rosanna Gamson/World Wide’s latest theatrical dance piece, Sugar Houses. Originally slated to debut in March 2020, Sugar Houses had...

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CalArtian-Created Shows Earn 2021 Daytime Emmy Awards Nominations

On Monday, June 28, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced the Children’s & Animation and Lifestyle categories for the 48th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, with several series created by CalArts alums among the nominees. These nominees will be...

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Ten Skies: New Book Examines James Benning Film

London-based film studies scholar and critic Erika Balsom explores “one of the great works of the American avant-garde” in Ten Skies (Fireflies Press). The book is named for School of Film/Video faculty James Benning’s 2004 film of the same name, succinctly described as...

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