Devlin is a creative theorist, writer and art educator. Her research interests include cinema and television studies, performance history and humor theory. She has a background in improv comedy, scenic design and dramaturgy. She left a career in television production to earn her BA in Art History at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Go Panthers. She earned her MA in Aesthetics and Politics at CalArts in 2017. When not watching cartoons for work, she watches Star Trek for fun.
- CalArts School of Film/Video Admissions Counselor Programs in Film & Video and Film Directing
- Photography and Media Special Faculty
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Eve earned a BA from Hampshire College in 2008, and a dual MFA from CalArts in Film/Video and Photography/Media in 2014. She grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she learned how to ride a horse instead of a bike. Her art practice investigates her mixed Turtle Mountain Chippewa and Jewish heritages, feminisms, mysticisms, and ghosts through lens based media and installations. She teaches alternative photographic processes at CalArts, curates screenings and teaches hand processing classes at the Echo Park Film Center. When she's not at CalArts, you can usually find her in her garden with her large black cat, on a yoga mat, or in a darkroom.
- Admissions Counselor, School of Theater
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Rachel Park is a director, writer, and creative collaborator primarily focused on the development of new plays and theatrical experiences. For more than a decade, she has worked alongside show writers, designers, and innovators across the entertainment industry, searching for ways to tell stories and engage audiences through the power of presence and integration of new technologies. A lover of dogs, breakfast tacos, and the San Antonio Spurs, the native Texan is also an avid traveler who can be found jumping out of planes or swimming with sharks when she isn't locked in a windowless theater. She holds a BFA in Theater Arts from Boston University and an MFA in Directing from CalArts.