ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Grand Central Art Center’s Made-for-TV Opera Is Up for Two Emmys
June 19, 2018
"Vireo," a made-for-TV opera composed by CSUF Grand Central Art Center 2017 artist-in-residence Lisa Bielawa, has received two nominations for the 70th Los Angeles Area Emmys /Television Academy Awards.
Bielawa was nominated for creative technical crafts – composer; Charlie Otte was nominated for outstanding director – programming.
Others saluted in this Bravo column include:
• Peter Fashing, professor of anthropology and Nga Nguyen, associate professor of anthropology, for their published works about the Guassa Gelada Research Project;
• Lucía Alcalá, assistant professor of psychology, co-presenter of “Learning by Helping,” a video in the National Science Foundation’s 2018 STEM for All Video Showcase;
• Natalie Fousekis, professor of history and director of the Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History, and Thomas Fujita-Rony, associate professor of Asian American studies, for their recent presentations; and
• Student Recreation Center for being listed by College Consensus, among the nation’s top 50 campus recreation centers.
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