Apply for the Summer Workshop
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS EXTENDED TO MAY 1
Explorations in Career Development – Music City: Los Angeles
BUSE 348 – 1 credit
Dates: August 7-13, 2022
Meet the movers and shakers who work on the business side of the recording and music scene in Los Angeles.
Join BUSE faculty Jerry Brindisi as he explores the business side of the recording and music scene in Los Angeles. Visit creative spaces, talent agencies, record labels, and marketing firms. Meet industry professionals and artists. How do you get your start? What are the skills needed for professional survival? This career development workshop is intended for those seeking a career in music management and is limited to 12 students.
Explorations in Career Development – Inside the Writers' Room
CINE 435 – 1 credit
Dates: August 14-20, 2022
What really happens inside the writers’ room? How do you get a seat at the table?
What does it really mean to be a writer? How is writing for television different from feature film? Where are the entry-level jobs? How do you get an agent? Explore the business side of writing with CTVA faculty Dan Rybicky. You’ll travel across Los Angeles meeting working professionals in a wide variety of fields, including network, streaming, features, docs, and reality. You’ll tour creative workspaces and hear not only from writers, but those who help orchestrate their careers, including development executives, agents, managers, and union reps. Learn how one moves from the outside to the inside of the entertainment industry. This career development class is intended for serious film/tv writers and is limited to 12 students.
Please note: The deadlines for applications have been extended to May 1.