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Technology donated by California State University, Sacramento

Roseville, Calif. — Students will be able to explore and use their creativity in a new unique way at Blue Line Arts in Roseville.ย 

Blue Line Arts recently unveiled a new Digital Arts Lab, created with technology donated by California State University, Sacramento. Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez and College of Arts and Letters Dean Edward Inch, a Blue Line Arts board member, participated in the unveiling of the new facility.

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Sacramento State donated 10 computers and the technology necessary for children to experience and create digital art. The donation had a value of $12,000.

“When we upgraded our design labs campus, we were excited to be able to donate computers to Blue Line and to put this technology to work for young people in the community,” Dean Inch said.

In partnership with its school and youth organization partners, Blue Line will offer a multi-week class for children 5 to 17 to focus on story board illustration, artist renderings, graphic design, musical score or composition, acting and digital integration. Each child will produce audio-visual active books, films and learn skills to create imagery.

“We expect to annually serve more than 300 children through this program,” Blue Line Arts CEO Julie Hirota said. “Scholarships will be available for up to 20 percent of the students, and it’s adaptable for non-English speaking children, and children with disabilities.”

About Blue Line Arts

Blue Line Arts is a community resource established over 45 years ago to promote the arts. Blue Line Arts showcases the works of regional and national artists, and offers flexible exhibition space suitable for small musical performances, lectures, parties, and demonstrations. A special Children’s Gallery provides a dedicated location for children’s programs. As a non-profit organization, Blue Line Arts is entirely funded by memberships, grants, sponsorships, fund-raising events and other donations.

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