Most Read 24700 Posts of 2014

In celebration of the new year, 24700 takes a look back at the CalArts news of 2014. In our year in review, CalArts’ animators were featured in Vanity Fair, The Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts unveiled the WaveCave Gallery and The Sharon Disney Lund School of Dance, along with the Evelyn Sharp Foundation, created a summer choreographic residency. Below, we've listed the most-read posts of 2014 by school.

School of Art

 'Artspace' ranks CalArts among the most influential MFA programs in the world.

'Artspace' ranks CalArts among the most influential MFA programs in the world.

School of Critical Studies

CalArts faculty Maggie Nelson (left) and Douglas Kearney (right).

CalArts faculty Maggie Nelson (left) and Douglas Kearney (right) were recommended for LA’s Poet Laureate by 'Los Angeles Magazine.'

The Sharon Disney Lund School of Dance

CalArts & Evelyn Sharp Foundation created a choreographic residency this year.

School of Film/Video

The most viewed post of the year featured CalArts alumni animators in 'Vanity Fair.' | Photo by Annie Leibovitz, courtesy of 'Vanity Fair'

CalArts alumni animators were featured in 'Vanity Fair.' | Photo by Annie Leibovitz, courtesy of 'Vanity Fair'

The Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts

CalArts unveiled the WaveCave Gallery this fall. | Photo: Cooper Baker

CalArts unveiled the WaveCave Gallery this fall. | Photo: Cooper Baker

School of Theater

35 graduating acting students showcased their talents for agents, producers, managers, theater companies and other industry professionals.

Graduating acting students showcased their work industry professionals in New York City and Los Angeles.

General Institute

The Class of 2014 graduates!

The Class of 2014 graduates!

REDCAT

A still from Matt Reed's (Film/Video MFA 15) Cosmic Egg, which screened at REDCAT on May 1.

Student films, including Matt Reed's (Film/Video MFA 15) animation, 'Cosmic Egg,' screened at REDCAT on May 1.

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