We invite you to view 10 different plays in 20-minute scene segments from the 2018 Directors Class taught by Professor Steve Rothman.
Seating is limited, please arrive early to ensure a space.
Students in the graduate TVFT program and undergraduate TAD program [TA 4310 (Intro to Scenic Design) & TA 4500 (Design Practicum)] will be showing their models and supporting paperwork from this semester's class, and the students who have designed realized productions will show their research, paperwork and production photos. Students will be present to talk about their work with guests.
The screening at Hauser & Wirth LA is the culmination of the semester-long Cal State LA course, Community Impact Media. This semester, students focused on sustainability and conservation through documenting the work of organizations: Green Technology, Grades of Green, and Communities for a Better Environment. The student-directed documentaries draw attention to the ways in which the regional nonprofits are developing solutions that address environmental challenges in California and beyond.
Community Impact Media, a shared project between Cal State LA and Hauser & Wirth LA, provides neighboring youth with hands-on media making and storytelling mentorship toward the production of video projects written and directed by the student filmmakers. It not only encourages students to reimagine the role of filmmakers as neighbors and citizens committed to meaningful social change, but also illustrates each organization’s commitment to engage and develop a positive, lasting relationship with their shared LA community.
This event is free to attend and open to the public, however, due to limited seating, reservations are recommended.