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Friday, September 11th, 2009

Subject:Nicolai Shmatko has presented his new sculpture "Ukrainian Aurora" - Yulia Timoshenko
Posted by:rerter10.
Time:8:16 pm.

Nicolai Shmatko has presented his new sculpture "Ukrainian Aurora" and a new sculpture group "Christ's Appearance to the Apostles".

Nicolai Shmatko has presented his new sculpture "Ukrainian Aurora" and a new sculpture group "Christ's Appearance to the Apostles". It has taken 15 years for him to create the project with the Twelve Apostles.

In his sculptures Nicolai Shmatko decided to deviate from the Bible apostles known to us. "In this sculpture there are our contemporaries, people who live near us. Only Jesus Christ is an imaginary person as nobody can pretend to be like him. We can also see Peter, his favourite disciple, doubting Thomas and Judas. Among the known Bible persons I have embodied myself and my sons"- Nicolai Shmatko retells. 
look a photo   
http://www.kingofmarble-shmatko.com/engver/p1_project_en.html The preliminary cost of this sculpture is 1.5 mln. Euro.

 

The other sculpture of the Nicolai Shmatko "Ukrainian Aurora" has taken him half a year. He retells about it, "Aurora is a morning star which lights up the road of travelers and wayfarers. I decided to accent attention on this and tried to find a woman who can personify national pathos but I could not for a long time. And finally I found national Ukrainian colouring in Julia Timoshenko, Prime Minister of Ukraine".
look a photo   
http://www.kingofmarble-shmatko.com/engver/p4g1f.html
  Nicolai Shmatko estimates this sculpture in 500 thousand Euro.

The sculptor noted that he is a non-party man and has not any political sympathies to Julia Timoshenko but her image helped him to create our contemporary Aurora.

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Friday, May 22nd, 2009

Subject:architecture
Posted by:work_the_court.
Time:9:36 am.
HI! i'm currently a sophomore at the University of Washington and just submitted my application to the architecture school.  I also am planning on applying to CCA as a transfer student for next spring as a back up.  I know for sure that I want to study architecture so if I dont get into UW's program then I hope to get into CCA.  How difficult is it to get into the architecture program at CCA?  ANY information on increasing my chances of getting in will be really helpful!  =]
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Sunday, May 3rd, 2009

Posted by:paper_airliner.
Time:4:11 pm.
hi there,
i'm currently in community college and looking at schools to transfer to. i'm applying to cca this fall and had a few questions -
1. how is the interdisciplinary program? i'm interested in doing illustration-photo.
2. how does one go about with the financial aid, i hear something like 70% of students are on some form of aid (what scholarships do they offer?)
3. are there any abroad programs offered?

thanks!
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Friday, March 27th, 2009

Subject:Looking for Roommates!
Posted by:b000kz.
Time:11:20 am.
I just got accepted to CCA's architecture program, so i am pretty excited about that. I'll be starting in fall but i am planning on moving up to SF during summer. I have already found one roommate to move with me but we are in search for two other roommates who would be willing to share a room to make rent cheaper. We are looking for a 2 bedroom apartment in the city. If any of you are interested or know anyone that wants in, please contact me: bklauert@gmail.com
We are both 18, art students, and open-minded.

Thank you!
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Thursday, February 12th, 2009

Subject:on the spot admit day
Posted by:zenitram.
Time:4:27 pm.
hey, i'm going to on the spot admit day on sunday and i was just wondering what exactly to expect? it says there are two sessions...do i need to be there for both? will i spend the time waiting or will they assign appointments to people who have RSVP'd? has anyone gone to this before?
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Sunday, November 16th, 2008

Subject:Question about Majors!
Posted by:socialgrit.
Time:8:40 pm.
I'm currently a student out on the East coast, but I'm looking into transferring schools, most specifically CCA. Most schools have their majors that are smaller and not the strongest comparativly, and I was curious how the ID and the Furniture Design programs fall into that (although they seem pretty great). So roughly how good, and how many people are in both of those programs (relative to the school size)? The school I'm attending currently is strongly ID (I'd say almost a fourth of the school here is ID), and it's currently what I'm involved with, although Furniture Design has always been something I've wanted to persue so I figured I'd ask here first.

Also I fucking miss California.

Thanks!
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Monday, July 28th, 2008

Posted by:projecttwenty1.
Time:10:04 am.
Got Films? Want them distributed? 

Submissions for undistributed films to the Philadelphia Film-A-Thon are still open! The Winner of "Best Feature" will receive a screening at the International House Philadelphia Theater, a copy of Toon Boom Storyboard Pro, the Official Philadelphia Film-A-Thon trophy, waived entry into next year's festival, and an international distribution offer by Polychrome Pictures through Warner Bros Worldwide Home Video/DVD. Visit www.ProjectTwenty1.com for more info.   

Note: Short films & animations will also receive screenings & awards at year's Film-A-Thon, but we do not have a promise from PC/WB to distribute them BUT YOU NEVER KNOW! If you have something exceptional, please send it our way, and we will do the best we can it in front of the right eyeballs! 

[x-posted to find the best film possible!] 
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Saturday, July 26th, 2008

Subject:UC Berkeley dual enrollment
Posted by:mostly_sane.
Time:1:06 pm.
Hi there!
I'm a student at UC Berkeley, a third year student in the fall. I've finished all my lower division classes (visual studies, sculpt 1, draw 1, paint 1, photo, figure drawing) and realized that I do not at all want to be a fine arts major. See, at Berkeley, that's all we have: no illustration, graphic design, animation,etc.

I know I could transfer, but I really, really don't want to- I'm a double major in biology here with reasons to stay, mostly research. But I want to go into illustration. I talked it over with the art major adviser here and she said that credit transfer from CCA would be feasible.

I'm wondering if any one on this livejournal has met any dual enrolled students. NOT extended school students - I want to be with people my age during the actual school year. I figure I'll have to pay the part time student fee (about 1300 a unit..ugh), but I should be okay.

Thanks for any info, and yes, I've emailed the admissions office (it is the weekend though),
carly
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Saturday, May 31st, 2008

Subject:Writing MFA program
Posted by:joelioli.
Time:2:55 pm.
Hey Kids:

I'm getting ready to start in the MFA in Writing program in CCA this fall and I'm in the process of registering for classes. Definitely trying to hear any opinions on teachers? Good classes to take? Classes to not take? Common problems students run into, how to avoid them and whatever. Anything would be extremely helpful.
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Thursday, May 22nd, 2008

Subject:CA College of the Arts filmmakers - it's YOUR turn!
Posted by:projecttwenty1.
Time:4:10 pm.
Last year, student & alumni Teams from Hawaii, Japan, Michigan, Miami, Philadelphia and all over the US signed up to create an original animation or film based on one common secret "Element" in just 21 Days. Project Twenty1 wants YOU, Californa College of the Arts! 

Team Signups: 
Production runs from July 19-August 9, and the qualifying films will screen at the Philadelphia International House Theater from October 4-5. As a bonus, the top films will receive awards, recognition, DVD distribution. You do not need to be local to participate, but if you decide to visit us, you will also get to met a TON of award-winning industry professionals, talent, and other filmmakers at our networking events.

Let Project Twenty1 give you a kick in the pants to create the short animation or film you've always envisioned, help you promote it, and get it seen by international audiences! Heck, last year winners even received copies of Toon Boom Studio along with trophies and awards! Visit www.ProjectTwenty1.com today and see some of last year's competition for FREE online!

Call for Entries:
In addition to screening a ton of brand new films, Project Twenty1 is hosting the 2008 Philly Film-A-Thon! If you have an original short or feature you would like screened at the International House, visit www.NotJustaFilmFestival.com ASAP! Currently, features and shorts of all genres are being accepted, but slots are filling quick!

You can be a Team AND submit a film if you wish

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Tuesday, May 20th, 2008

Subject:webmail issues / questions
Posted by:zaydia.
Time:5:02 pm.
Hi everyone! My name is Carla and I'm an enrolled student into the new MBA for Design Strategy program. I'm really excited to meet you all and can't wait for my first trip out there.

I come to you with a technical question about the

Help, please and thanks in advance!
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Saturday, May 17th, 2008

Posted by:honeylakes.
Time:4:51 pm.
Hello! I got accepted to CCA as the class of 2012. I will be a photography major. I was wondering what people though of that department, do they like it? Is it any good?

Oh! And I went on the tour but I wasn't able to see pics of the dorms... does anyone have pictures of them?
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Thursday, May 15th, 2008

Subject:What is CCA like?
Posted by:rnyel.
Time:5:20 pm.
Mood: curious.
I was excepted into CCA as a transfer and it is between CCA and anouther school so I was wondering what it is like on a normal day at CCA (i mean like socially and education) by the way i am a graphic design major.  Thank for your help 
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Sunday, May 11th, 2008

Subject:What is Architecture program like?
Posted by:hotrodvr.
Time:1:00 pm.
I'm just wondering what the Architecture program is like. I am very seriously considering attending CCA for the Arch program. The idea of going to an art school and working in different areas of the arts really draws my attention more than anything else. However, I've got a couple of concerns.
First, what's the situation like for a transfer student? I'm currently attending a college in Sacramento and will be planning to transfer in Fall of 09.  Is the transition easy for a transfer student? I'm from California anyway and have lived away from my parents for about 10 years now.

Second, what's the housing situation like for a transfer? Is it difficult to find roommates and possibly even live in San Francisco? I live in the norcal area so I'm not a stranger to the bay area. Is it better to live with roommates or in a dorm? I've lived in a dorm before and although it's a great experience I honestly don't really want to repeat it.

Third, are there many students attending who are a little bit older. I see that most people attending seem to be out of high school. I think that's awesome but as for me I'm in my early 30's and I would like to get an opinion from someone who's maybe in my age range. I don't know if anyone else is in this situation but I've got a car, bills, insurance, and no financial support from my parents.

Thanks guys for your opinions and suggestions. I was in the military for eight years which explains why just now I'm going to school.
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Saturday, April 26th, 2008

Subject:Transfer?
Posted by:rnyel.
Time:1:43 pm.
Hi I am think about leaving NYC and transferring to CCA.  Could anyone tell me what your Graphic Design Program is like?
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Sunday, March 2nd, 2008

Subject:OCEANIA: local San Jose/South Bay student film @ CINEQUEST 2008!
Posted by:hdehal.
Time:11:32 am.
Hey guys, we REALLY need some local support! Please check our film out at the Cinequest Film Festival March 6th and March 8th. More info below:



Two teenagers deal with their shattered family-life in a small California coastal town.

We started filming when we were in high school (I was 17). Many of the people involved went to Piedmont Hills High School in San Jose, and some actors are from SF, Mill Valley, Palo Alto, etc. It was truly a local effort, and...

It was a rather large volunteer effort. The final budget was around $3,500 or so. Shooting took place on and off for a whole year and editing took me about nine more months. This will be our first and possibly last major screening...



We will be having two screenings:

OPENING NIGHT: 03/06/08 Thursday 7:00 PM
San Jose Repertory Theatre

101 Paseo De San Antonio
San Jose, CA 95113

CLOSING NIGHT: 03/08/08 Saturday 7:30 PM
Camera 12 Cinema San Jose

288 S 2nd St
San Jose, CA 95113

For more info go directly to the Cinequest 2008 site:
http://www.cinequest.org/event_view.php?eid=425

Also, please feel free to bring friends! It would mean a lot to us to get more locals out to see the film!

Join the event @ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=7808269626
Visit http://www.hdehal.com for more info, pictures, and a trailer!

Thanks!


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Subject:505 Poetry Series #2
Posted by:elliotharmon.
Time:10:51 am.
505 Poetry Series
Second Monday of the month
Boxcar Playhouse, 505 Natoma St, San Francisco
8 PM
minimum donation $7

March 10, 2008
Poetry by Kenneth Goldsmith
Poetry by Denise Newman
Music by Mark Alburger

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Monday, February 11th, 2008

Subject:505 Poetry Series TONIGHT!
Posted by:elliotharmon.
Time:12:10 pm.
505 Poetry Series: Stephen Meads, Myron Michael, and Cynthia Weyuker (Info)
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Wednesday, February 6th, 2008

Posted by:girl1960.
Time:4:16 pm.
I just got accepted to CCA Fall 2008 a couple days ago. It was my first choice and I'm really excited. If anybody would share what they like best about CCA, things to look forward to...That would be great.
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Saturday, January 26th, 2008

Subject:Idiolexicon Poetry Series, February 11
Posted by:elliotharmon.
Time:10:28 am.
Hi there, CCA cats. It's Elliot the lab monitor.

I'm starting a new reading series next month. It will be a wonderful time and you should all come. Featuring CCA alum Myron Michael.

The Idiolexicon Poetry Series is a reading and concert series that will showcase innovative, challenging poets and musicians from the Bay Area and beyond. The Series will bring together poets who may not usually share the same stage: slam meets experimental, hip-hop meets academia. The point is ostensibly to bring together diverse work and audiences, but really the point is just to put together exciting readings. A lot of poetry—just like a lot of movies and a lot of music—is bad, so you really can't afford to limit yourself too much.

February 11, 2008
Poetry by Stephen Meads
Poetry by Myron Michael
Music by Cynthia Weyuker

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February 11, 2008
Boxcar Theatre, 505 Natoma St, San Francisco
8 PM
minimum donation $7
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