• camera operator with Arri digital camera
  • communication studies performance ensemble
  • Three singers from Don Giovanni
  • Production still from Hansel and Gretel.  Photo credit Kenji Kang
  • tv monitors
  • art building


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Centers and Institutes

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Director: Prof. Thelma Vickroy, Department of Cinema and Television Arts. Description: Will (1) promote, coordinate and support campus programs involving the entertainment industry; (2) support development of innovative and interdisciplinary curriculum and degree programs by bringing together expertise and perspectives from interested departments and colleges; (3) help students realize their educational goals in preparation for careers in the entertainment industry; (4) solicit, assign, and manage internship opportunities; (5) establish the college as a center of research and creative activity related to the entertainment industry; (6) promote closer ties between the college and industry by creating and maintaining substantive partnerships, and by helping the industry learn about the college; (7) assist the college in development efforts; and (8) advance the artistic, cultural and economic life of the surrounding communities. Contact Information:

Tom & Ethel Bradley Center

Director: Prof. Kent Kirkton, Department of Journalism. Description: Collect, preserve, and disseminate the visual history of the region, promote research, serve as a center for the exchange of ideas about our visual history and contribute to the region’s educational efforts through exhibitions, programs and digital archives. The Bradley Center brings together faculty, students and scholars with an interest in photojournalism and/or visual history to facilitate research and related academic projects.  The Bradley Center expands and opens avenues of cooperation and scholarly activities among faculty and students across the university and has provided opportunities for professional growth for faculty and students along with providing benefits to the larger community served by the university. Contact Information: -- (818) 677-3037 --  Sagebrush Hall, Rm. 201.

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Director: Prof. Joe Bautista, Department of Art. Description: On-campus “think tank” providing creative services and solutions to on-and off-campus clients. VISCOM combines teaching and research when our faculty, students, and industry professionals’ work together to solve problems and create innovative design solutions. Contact Information: email: website form -- (818) 677-3022 -- Art Center 409.