This time around, she told me that many of the animation labs were damaged this year when a water-pipe burst in A-block. "Insurance will cover most of the cost of repairs, but there were
unavoidable inconveniences to the students as they returned to campus." She said. "Thankfully our students have been able to continue their work and the energy they are bringing back on campus is palpable. As always, CalArts won't let the vagaries of the "real world" get in the way of imagining and creating art."
Help the animation department dry out, and provide the students with their own 'lifeboats' with a tax-deductible donation!
Go to: https://calarts.edu/about/giving-to-calarts/how-to-give
Click "Online gift". A new window will open to input your information. Click 'select designation', then type in "Animation Department", or choose your own designation. In the 'special instructions box, write "to be directed toward areas of greatest need in the animation program."
Pretty easy. But for you luddites out there, mail a check to:
Office of Advancement
California Institute of the Arts
24700 McBean Parkway
Valencia, CA 91355
Add a note to instruct the designation and there you have it.
OR skip all that and donate to a real person by calling 661-222-2745.
If CalArts changed the course of your life the way it did mine, then why not invest in the next generation of artists?