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Sauntering into Hollywood’s 101 Coffee Shop for a late breakfast on an incongruously warm Valentine's Day, KCRW DJ Garth Trinidad displays an understated aura that belies his ever-adapting focus and vivid appreciation of life.
L.A. Recording School Nurtures Aspiring Audio Professionals
Los Angeles Recording School (LARS) has become the place for aspiring audio professionals to break into the industry. Not only does the school teach must-have technical chops on state-of-the-art equipment, but it also offers an unrivaled foot-in-the-door job placement program and invaluable networking opportunities.
Earn While You Learn. UCLA Extension offers courses in the evenings, weekends and even online so you donít have to take time out of your career to take a course, complete a certificate program or earn credit toward your degree.
Musicians Institute Translates Talent Into Careers
Since 1977, Musicians Institute (M.I.) has been a mecca for musicians who are serious about making a living in their craft.
Chouinard School of Art Reborn, Revamped
When artist Nelbert Murphy Chouinard founded the art school which bears her name in 1921 in an old house on 8th Street in downtown L.A., few would have predicted it would still be going strong — albeit with a three-decade break — in 2006.
UCLA Extension Welcomes Back Writer/Director of Oscar-Nominated Film
Last week, UCLA Extension screened the Oscar-nominated South African film “Tsotsi” as part of its popular Sneak Preview series. While the film more than meets the artistic criteria for such a screening, it holds special significance for UCLA Extension: The filmís writer/director, Gavin Hood, earned a certificate in Film, Television and Video from the schoolís Entertainment Studies and Performing Arts Department (ESPA) in 1992.
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