Disney Storyboard Artist and Director Natalie Nourigat describes her book I Moved To Los Angeles To Work In Animation as “part Autobio Comic and part ‘How-To’ guide.’” It’s hilarious, emotional, beautifully illustrated and I now consider it required reading for every aspiring Animation professional. Today, Natalie joins me for a lesson inspired by her book:
Have you ever seen at atom? Seeing as everything is made of them, you have. But have you ever seen one on its own? Over time, microscopes have become more and more powerful, allowing us to see deeper into the world of the ultra-small. Traditional light microscopes can be used to see things like these
THE FULL OPENING OF THE SAN JUAN ROAD INTERCHANGE IS SCHEDULED FOR SPRING OF 2015. THE SCOTTS VALLEY PERFORMING ARTS AND THEATER GUILD HAVE COME TOGETHER TO BUILD A NEW PERFORMING ARTS CENTER FOR THE COMMUNITY AND THEY NEED HELP. ACTION NEWS REPORTER PHIL GOMEZ,JOINS US LIVE FROM SANTA CRUZ WITH DETAILS. PHIL? THIS REALLY
– The art department at UCSB and just the art community here in general really lets me express myself in a way that most other departments don’t let you do. – I guess for me, it’s something that I can look forward to every day. I feel like it’s very well integrated within the campus.
(energetic music) – Greetings, my name is Tony Carreiro, and I am the Performing Arts Department Chair here at Long Beach City College, and you are looking at the beginning of the set of our next upcoming play, Arthur Miller’s classic story, The Crucible. If you look around were doing something kind of interesting. We
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[magical chimes] Hello everyone! My name is Catherine Miranda I’m a sophmore here at De Anza College. And I’d like to welcome you all to the Visual and Performing Arts Center. [hip-hop music] So, the first time I ever walked into the VPAC, it was for an AAPI conference, which is Asian American Pacific Islander.
ED BEGLEY, JR.: I’m very impressed with Valley Performing Arts Center. It’s an incredible structure. It will get a LEED certification. It’s just a question of which one–Silver, Gold, or Platinum. Sustainable materials were used to build it. Energy efficiency was built into it. It’s good in every way. It’s good in an artistic sense,