20 for 20 is a master class series that commemorates the 20th anniversary of CalArts’ Community Arts Partnership (CAP) program. Artist ambassadors, from all disciplines, are leading 20 classes and sharing their knowledge with CAP participants during March and April.
Last week, filmmaker and CalArts alum Mark Osborne (Film/Video BFA 92) talked to students at The Watts Towers Arts Center about making movies. Many of them were already familiar with his work–especially in Kung Fu Panda (director) and SpongeBob SquarePants (producing and directing several episodes).
View other videos in the 20 for 20 series:
- CalArts’ CAP Master Class: Pianist Rufus Choi
- CalArts’ CAP Master Class: Animation Director and Designer Jorge Gutierrez
CalArts’ CAP is a pioneering public-private arts education program for youth ages 10-18 that brings both Institute faculty and students into the community–46 sites throughout LA–to teach both the visual and performing arts.