05/22/2015 - 05/24/2015
05/22/2015 - 05/23/2015
05/24/2015 - 06/01/2015
Saturday, December 1 | 6–9pm
Tuesday-Sunday | 12pm–6pm or Intermission
REDCAT: The third in a trilogy of recent animated works, Raspberry Poser is New York-based artist Jordan Wolfson’s most ambitious synthesis of digital video, computer-generated imagery (CGI) and hand-drawn animation. Read more
D300 Gallery: Luminous Worlds- Class Exhibition
D301 Gallery: Passion Practices- Post Foundation Art Class Exhibition
L-SHAPE Gallery: CLOSED
MAIN Gallery Perimeter: Gavin McCoy BFA ART
A402 Gallery: Fuzzy Pictures- Class Exhibition
LIME Gallery: It's a Family Affair- Class Exhibition
MINT Gallery: It's a Family Affair- Class Exhibition
CalArts, Tatum Lounge
INTEGRATED MEDIA: This interactive piece is half of a two-way installation. Guests will be invited to "sit to tea" with the image of the person projected on an RP screen.
CalArts, Steven Spielberg Sound Stage BB3
Under the instruction of James Franco
Faculty Advisor Deborah LaVine
FILM/VIDEO: Paradise is a compilation of one-act plays inspired by Tennesee Williams. With a cast of 20 actors and 10 directors, this production highlights the Great American playwright through interpretations of his writings in a contemporary workshop. Presented by the CalArts School of Film/Video, students have been working under the tutelage of actor/director James Franco and faculty member Deborah LaVine to explore the meanings of performance behind the mediums of both film and theater. Expect a little bit of everything.
REDCAT: CalArts The Sharon Disney Lund School of Dance and REDCAT present the Winter Dance Concert, an evening of dance featuring work by faculty members Laurence Blake and Andre Tyson and a restaging of Twyla Tharp’s 1971 renowned work Torelli.
Torelli, a work created by world-renowned choreographer Twyla Tharp in 1971, follows the course of a morning, starting with “down-to-earth” movement danced in silence and isolation that later develops a “rustic humor” as the movement is manipulated and set against the elegance of Guiseppi Torelli’s “Concerto in D Minor.” Read more