Friends of CalArts (FoCA) salon featured alumni directors Brad Bird and Mark Andrews
February 7, 2013
Los Angeles Magazine
By Kari Mozena
The California Institute of the Arts (more specifically, Friends of CalArts) hold terrific salons every so often. When I rate an invite, I try to pop by. They are full of interesting people and are held at incredible homes or other well-chosen venues. An avant garde water ballet someone choreographed at one salon in Venice is still with me. This go-round, the CalArtsians met at Edie Baskin Bronson and Richard “Skip” Bronson’s Bev Hills manse (a fantastic Spanish revival that belonged to singer Ella Fitzgerald) to listen to a conversation with directors Mark Andrews (Brave) and Brad Bird (The Incredibles, Ratatouille).