CSUN Youth Orchestra
The CSUN Youth Orchestras program is a vibrant multi-orchestra program for young musicians from San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas. Currently there are over 250 students enrolled in the program. The six ensembles meet on a weekly basis on Saturdays or Sundays. The groups are conducted by some of the finest music educators in Southern California. Auditions take place in early September and also in the late spring. For more information on the CSUN Youth Orchestra program please see our website at: www.csunyouthorchestras.org or e-mail email@example.com.
Entertainment Industry Institute
The Entertainment Industry Institute (EII) is the liaison office between the California State University, Northridge and the television, music, radio, and film community, including all major film studios, television networks, production companies, music organizations and allied operations.
The Institute creates programs and university advancement opportunities with the entertainment industry, rather than programs and activities about the industry. Innovative and interdisciplinary curriculum and projects are brought together in partnerships with the entertainment industry and the College of Arts, Media, and Communication. For more information on the Entertainment Industry Institute, please contact Robert Gustafson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at (818) 677-3432
Teenage Drama Workshop
The Teenage Drama Workshop (TADW) is an intense, six-week, summer stock-style conservatory in which teenagers work with directors, designers, and university students on performing, writing, and technical skills. Students, ages 12-18, attend weekday classes in acting, voice, dance, musical theatre, design, improvisation, and playwriting. In addition to classes, students have the opportunity to perform in the production program that presents live theatre to children and young audiences in the San Fernando Valley. The plays are selected for their value to the community as well as the performers. Begun in 1958, TADW is the longest running workshop of its kind in the nation. For more information, visit the website: www.csun.edu/tadw
Music Therapy Wellness Clinic
The Music Therapy Wellness Clinic provides individual designated music activities for children and adults with disabilities and special challenges, including autism, developmental delay, physical, mental and emotional disorders, and learning disabilities. The Music Therapy Wellness Clinic is dedicated to creating an environment where an individual with special challenges can acquire necessary life skills through the unique, creative, and enjoyable medium of music.
Our therapists are internationally recognized and encompass a range of techniques and areas of expertise. Our entire treatment team is dedicated to creating the opportunity for each participant to express his or her true creative essence while gaining needed skills and enhancing self-esteem. For more information about the Music Therapy Wellness Clinic please visit our website at http://www.csun.edu/music/APDegreeBAMusicTherapyClinic.html or call us at (818) 677-3174
Figure Drawing Workshop
The CSUN Department of Art offers self guided figure drawing workshops during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. The workshops are designed to let participants spend an extended period of time with live models to master their drawing skills. The sessions include beginning to advanced students. Students determine which hours they attend. Some come late after work and others find it best to leave early.
Usually, there are 13 or 14 sessions each semester that are scheduled on Tuesday or Wednesday evenings between 5:30 and 9:30pm in Art and Design Center rooms 602 or 604. Attendees do not have to be enrolled at CSUN.
The fee is either $55.00 for the whole semester or $5.00 per session and can be paid at the workshop. Those who wish to sign up for the whole semester can also pay at Room 100 at the Art Department Advisement Center. Checks should be payable to California State University, Northridge. When mailing, send the payment to:
California State University, Northridge, Attn: Dana LaMonica/Art Department 8300, 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, CA 91330-8300
For further information contact the Art Department at 677-2348
Center for Visual Communication
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By engaging and providing strategic creative services to both regional businesses and on-campus departments/operations requiring graphic-related design support, 410VISCOM develops real-world educational and research opportunities for students, faculty, and staff interested in Visual Communications. At the same time, prospective clients reap limitless benefits by utilizing this “think tank” of remarkable individuals who are focused on such specialized areas as Web Development, Photography, Illustration, Graphic Design, and Motion Graphics.