CalArts School of Theater

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CalArts School of Theater


Offering Graduate Degrees in Design & Production at America's "Top College for Students in the Arts" (Newsweek/The Daily Beast)

California Institute of the Arts is dedicated to the exploration and integration of all artistic disciplines. As an internationally recognized school for the performing and visual arts-film, theatre, art, dance, music and writing-the CalArts artistic philosophy places an emphasis on an exploration of new paths beyond conventional boundaries, fostering collaboration and sparking innovation.

Guided by the visionary leadership of a team of internationally acclaimed theatre professionals, the Programs in Design and Production at CalArts offer rigorous professional training in the arts of scene, costume, lighting and sound design, as well as in technical direction and management. Specializations are available in applied design for performance (scenic art, visual communication and art direction), video for performance, producing, production management and stage management. And the School of Theater stands at the forefront of the exciting worlds of immersive environments, experience design, and themed entertainment.

The curriculum for each Design and Production program is highly individualized, with the core requirements serving as a framework for further studies customized to meet each student's goals and ambitions. At the end of each academic year, the School of Theater invites artistic industry professionals to view student portfolios. In addition, graduating MFA design students are regularly invited to attend Design Meeting, an annual spring portfolio exhibition hosted by CalArts, NYU and the Yale School of Drama in New York. The School of Theater's longstanding associations with the Los Angeles entertainment industry and the world-wide theatre community provide internship opportunities and help to establish valuable contacts for employment after graduation. …

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