Category - Arts & Film

"26 Seconds"
Chapman Professor Teams Up With Students for Human Trafficking Documentary The film, “26 Seconds—ISIS Sex Slaves,” reveals the tragic details of trafficking in Iraq.
opera production with chorus girls and "fairy godmother' in neon lights
Opera Chapman Wins Award in National Competition
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 07: <> attends The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment 2023 at The Beverly Hills Hotel on December 07, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/The Hollywood Reporter via Getty Images)
Three Fully Supported Scholarships Presented to Incoming Students at Star-Studded Women in Entertainment Event Chapman donors impact high schoolers from underserved areas with full scholarships.
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Chapman Alumnae Earn Emmy Awards Nominations
Gwyneth Casey '21 Bonnie King ’13 Monroe Roush ’17 Connor Low ’25, and Emily Cintron '20
Chapman Alumni Set the Stage for Sondheim
Preston Zeller
Preston Zeller ’09: The Power of Storytelling
stephanie takaragawa holding black and white portrait of young boy
Art From the Inside: Comic Art Offers Intimate Look at Japanese Incarceration A new exhibition explores life inside the Japanese incarceration camps from the point of view of the people who lived there.
Marybelle Musco
Marybelle Musco Underwrites Contemporary Dance Series with Generous Gift
Connor Bogenreif doing presentation on resumes
Putting the Spotlight on Performing Arts Careers Chapman Alumnus Connor Bogenreif ’15 helps students in the College of Performing Arts prepare for careers on and off the stage.
mark and jan hilbert
Mark and Janet Hilbert Donate $1.1 Million of New Artwork to the Hilbert Museum of California Art One-hundred and forty-five new pieces of art will be added to the collection
Joseph Michael Czabovsky
Joseph Czabovsky ’07: Examining LGBTQIA+ Representation in Media and Marketing As a professor of public relations and advertising, the Chapman alumnus measures how diversity is depicted in the media, with a particular focus on LGBTQIA+ representation.
bill hall in tuxedo
In Memoriam: Professor Emeritus William D. Hall, Founding Dean of the College of Performing Arts