This summer, the County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation and the Friends of Hart Park are inviting the community to several outdoor, fun-filled movies in the park.
Park visitors can choose among five outstanding family-friendly movies, and the admission is FREE.
Bring your blankets,...
[AMPAS] – Hosted by Academy governor Bill Kroyer, with special guests: Directors Don Hall (CalArts 1995) and Chris Williams, producer Roy Conli, visual effects supervisor Kyle Odermatt, head of animation Zach Parrish and director of cinematography lighting Adolph Lusinsky.
“Listen up! Use those...
“Birdman” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” were the big winners Sunday night with four Oscars each, but the shot-in-Santa Clarita “Whiplash” was right behind them with three, and a CalArts grad picked up the trophy for Best Animated Feature.
Filmed in part throughout Newhall and the...
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the Golden Globe nominees for its film and television awards at a ceremony in Beverly Hills early Thursday morning. Several CalArtians were recognized for their work in animation, with three of the five nominees in the Best Animated Feature category helmed...
The Annie Awards, which honor the highest achievements in the animation industry, announced this year’s slate of nominees on Dec. 1, with more than a dozen CalArts alumni and faculty making the short list.
Laika’s The Boxtrolls, directed by CalArts alum Anthony Stacchi (Film/Video BFA 86) and Graham...
Aglaia Mortcheva has spent over 20 years working in animation, from Comedy Central to Nickelodeon and FOX, and is eager to share her insights on turning cartoons into characters people care about as a professor in California State University, Northridge’s animation program in the Department of Art.
The city of Santa Clarita’s Volunteer Engagement Program is pleased to partner with the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Nonprofit Council and the SCV Nonprofit Leaders Network for the 2021 Nonprofit Symposium.
Hundreds of Santa Clarita teens gathered on Sunday, Oct. 17, to join actor-influencer Eric Artell in kicking off the “ASMD Baby Food Challenge,” a social media challenge created to raise awareness for local toddler Damian Markham and Wylder Nation Foundation.
College of the Canyons freshman cross country runner Danielle Salcedo has been named the California Community College Sports Information Association (CCCSIA) Female State Athlete of the Month for September.
Zonta Club of Santa Clarita is inviting the public to join their Empower Hour by The i-5 Freedom Network, a non profit anti Human Trafficking organization, to raise awareness about this modern day slavery, what it looks like and what the community can do about it.
William S. Hart Union High School District governing board members are scheduled Wednesday night to discuss and vote on an application to receive $15 million in government funds for COVID-19 relief on campuses.
Unless they adopt a by-district election system at their next meeting, a lawsuit compelling the Santa Clarita City Council to move away from “at large” voting will be filed under the California Voting Rights Act as early as next week, a Walnut Creek attorney said on Tuesday.
The last remaining USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Firewatch Cobra Program Vietnam War-era helicopter took its final flight on Saturday as the department transitions to a new era of aerial supervision utilizing modern helicopters and implementing modern technologies like fixed-wing aircraft to service a larger landscape.
Local artist and SCAA member Richard Omura will exhibit his art at The MAIN Theater in Newhall through October 31. The show is titled “Visions of Steampunk” and will include many of his unique mixed media works.
Los Angeles County Public Health officials on Tuesday confirmed 26 new deaths and 825 new cases of COVID-19 countywide, with 36,800 total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley. In addition, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital officials confirmed one additional death bringing the total number of COVID-19 deaths since the onset of the pandemic to 176.