ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

Grand Central Art Center’s Made-for-TV Opera Is Up for Two Emmys

 

"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.

Continue reading in the Orange County Register.

 

Tag Cloud

more stories loaded below