Category Archives: Art Matters
Okie Gets Genre-Bending Facelift How do you get a neighborhood of Hipsters and Hip-Hoppers to celebrate a hillbilly musician named Woody? It’s not as difficult as you might think. Musicians of all genres have a soft spot for the hard-traveling, … Continue reading
The NOMAD Lab Art Project for children celebrated Human Rights Day on December 10 by envisioning a world – real or imagined – that they would like to live in. Multimedia artist Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle and musician/composer Kevin Robinson led the … Continue reading
The Center for Cultural Innovation has awarded Sam Breen an Investing In Artists Grant, given to individual artists to acquire equipment or materials that will support them in their creative process. The $6,500 grant will be used to build a … Continue reading
Sam Breen joined a group of students and graduates presenting “CalArts Plays Itself” at PACT Zollverein (Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 2011) in Essen, Germany, one of Europe’s up-and coming culture centers.
SCI-Arc student Dovid Feld has been helping Sam come up with a modern design for the 1951 Spartan Trailer. The banquette area that wraps around the front windows will be the centerpiece for our indoor events:
Sam and friends gave neighborhood children a tour of his 1951 Spartan trailer during the Valle del Oro Neighborhood Festival, held May 6th at an apartment complex near Cal Arts. The festival was a chance to highlight the art work of children, … Continue reading
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Artist Cybele Moon partnered with The Trailer Trash Project to offer her Earth Day art installation in Santa Clarita, CA.
Click Here The events at Sam’s trailer kept on coming throughout theArts In the One World Conference, January 27-29. The 1951 Spartan trailer moved to the CalArts’ front lawn for the event.
Growing up under a communist regime in the Former Yugoslavia, CalArts student Mersiha Mesihovic never really felt free. Life became even more restricted when war broke out in her country. Although her childhood may seem unimaginable to other Cal Arts students, … Continue reading