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The CSULB College of the Arts is an ambitious and conspicuously excellent training ground for the artists of the future; a place where some of the nation's strongest arts educators and professional artists share their craft and guidance with younger generations. Here's just a small segment of the exceptional news coming from our college community this summer.
Alexandra Biilings
Alexandra Billings, former faculty in the CSULB Department of Theatre Arts and a past recipient of the CSULB College of the Arts Distinguished Alumnus award has announced her casting in the American premiere of the British comedy hit, The Nap, by Richard Bean. The production will be directed by Theatrical Icon and multiple Tony Award recipient Daniel Sullivan. The Nap begins previews at the Manhattan Theatre Club on September 4, 2018. Opening Night is set for September 27.
Industrial Design Tools
Four finalist teams faced off Thursday at the CSULB Innovation Challenge, delivering their pitches to judges and answering questions about their target customers, revenue projections, and competition. The winning team was Artemus Labs, which will receive $10,000 in cash and $40,000 in services to help market its Python prosthetic liner.
Talin Tanielian, an art student currently working towards her MFA in Animation, was selected by the Consulate General of Japan in Los Angeles and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan to represent CSULB on an all-expenses-paid trip to Japan last January.
The 24 HOURS Animation Contest for Students 2016 kicked off at 3 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 7, when participants were asked to create a 30-second film that included a wall, in one form or another, metaphorical or physical. Students around the world then set out to work in teams of five to create a 30-second animated film from scratch.