The lights dim. The room grows quiet. The director yells, “Quiet on the set,” as actors take their positions and the camera operator sets up for a medium shot. The scene could be straight from a Hollywood sound stage. Except that in this case, the eyes looking through the lens belong to a 9-year-old student.
The California Association of Health Facilities (CAHF) is partnering with Chapman University’s School of Pharmacy and the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts to present a special screening of Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory, including a panel discussion and Q&A. The 2014 film, directed and produced by Michael Rossato-Bennett, explores the
That smiling face on the Angel Stadium scoreboard Sept. 20 was Chapman University’s Victoria Carty, Ph.D., an associate professor of sociology in the Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Carty was honored before the Los Angeles Angels game as a Wells Fargo Home Run Hero for her work with Higher Ground, an Anaheim