In June, Melissa Shepherd presented ways to bring mindfulness and balance to our sometimes frenetic lives.
In July, Richard Ramirez Jr. tells us how some of Hollywood’s best shows get their “look”.
The Art of Designing TV
For over 20 years, production designer Richard Ramirez Jr. has been part of the team that gives your favorite TV shows their distinctive look. From “That 70’s Show” and “CSI:NY” to “Make It or Break It” and “Switched at Birth,” Ramirez will tell us how shows are designed, and why so many producers like filming in Santa Clarita.
Thursday, July 23, 2015 – 6:30 pm, at the Old Town Newhall Library
Thanks to our partners CalArts Community Arts Partnership (CAP) and the City of Santa Clarita.
ARTree is committed to this monthly event held on Main Street. Join instructors Suzanne Ulloa and Bob Hernandez on July 2nd, beginning at 6pm to create handmade bookmarks.
Also, look for Kay Kaminski, ARTree instructor, showing her latest work of photography at ArtSLAM on the same evening.
Creating Joy From Within
While her work includes being on the faculty at Pacific Oaks College and providing psychotherapy services and workshops at CalArts, Melissa Shepherd’s objective is to help people live more joyful lives. Artists (and non-artists) can learn to balance creativity with economics, obligations with family, and integrity with success.
Hear Melissa Shepherd and learn how she helps individuals and organizations turn the challenge of productivity into a joyful experience.
Thursday, June 24, 2015 – 6:30pm – Old Town Newhall Library
Brought to you in partnership with CalArts Community Arts Partnership (CAP), and the City of Santa Clarita’s Thursdays@Newhall.