This Zoom panel will get you ready for life after the College of Fine Arts

January 28 2021

What things can you be doing right now to set yourself up for success as a professional in the arts?

As a student, how can you start to build relationships in the community?

What resources from the College of Fine Arts should you be sure to take advantage of?

If these questions are on your mind, no matter where you are in your academic journey, this upcoming event is for you. 

Going Pro: Set Yourself Up For Life After College 
February 5th (Visual Arts) & February 12th (Performing Arts) 
2:30 - 4 PM 
via Zoom 


Presented by the Fine Arts Ambassadors, a group of successful young alumni from your very own College of Fine Arts, two specialized Zoom panels will dive into your burning questions about what happens once you leave college. Hear from selected CFA faculty and alumni about their real-life experiences, and find out how you can get ahead, starting today.

Here's the scoop: 

February 5th (2:30-4 PM)

Panel Host: 
Daniel Stergios - BA ‘18 Film Studies, University of Utah 

Faculty Panelists: 
Henry Becker - Assistant Professor, Department of Art & Art History 
Emelie Mahdavian - Producer-In-Residence, Department of Film & Media Arts 

with Fine Arts Ambassadors: Mark Macey, Steph Shotorbani, Doug Tolman, Douglas Wilson, Stéphane Glynn, Elyse Jost, and Taylor Mott


February 12th (2:30-4 PM)

Panel Host:
Cate Heiner - HBA ‘17 Theatre, HBA ‘17 Writing and Rhetoric Studies, University of Utah 

Faculty Panelists: 
Alexandra Harbold - Assistant Professor of Directing, Department of Theatre
Satu Hummasti - Associate Director for Undergraduate Programs, School of Dance
Mike Sammons - Assistant Professor & Percussion Area Head, School of Music 

with Fine Arts Ambassadors: Jessica Baynes, Tori Holmes Johnson, Elyse Jost, Anne Marie Robson Smock, Matthew Castillo, Kylie Howard, Will Hagen, Martin Alcocer, and Cece Otto