The ranch-type fence across the street was fake, a faux rural prop of the Newhall Land and Farming Company. Once it dipped out of sight, the fence ended, the began again as it rose up the other hill.CalArts Entrance Looking Across McBean Parkway
That looks like Michael Asher's Bug on the left, but then, they all look alike.
From 1972, when this film was shot, until the Northridge earthquake, the school pretty much looked the same.CalArts' Lobby
Of all the movies shot at CalArts, Invasion of the Bee Girls made use more locations on and around the campus.Outside the Bijou Theater
The poles are the hydraulic lifts for the floor of the Modular Theater, one floor above.In the Library Stacks
Hillside on the South Side of Campus Photographed for the 2007 Open Studios
Oh, for the days of gratuitous nudity!
If they actually served cocktails, I probably would have got more reading done.
Toss in a Schlenk line and you're good to go!CalArts Photo Lab as Chemistry Lab
The requisite creepy night shot.Entrance Behind the President's Office
There's now a ramp on the short flight of stairs; the elevator next to Gallery A402 is in the rear of the shot.
outstanding use of gratuitous nudity. There's even a gay character who's not a sociopath!