“Lari Pittman: Declaration of Independence,” is the most comprehensive retrospective in 20 years of the work of the UCLA art professor.
Out and About
There will be a variety of events on campus to celebrate international education through conversations, food, performances and cultural events.
Charly Palmer will also discuss how artists can use their work not only to communicate a feeling but also directly influence society at large.
The UCLA Library will feature the work of design binders until Sunday, Jan. 5 at 5 p.m. at Library Special Collections.
The rotating exhibitions that honor 50 years of activism will be presented through Dec. 20.
Boo! UCLA Recreation is hosting their Halloween Walk on October 31 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Alejandra Dubcovsky, associate professor of history from UC Riverside, will speak Tuesday, Oct. 22 from 4 to 5 p.m. in Royce Hall Room 306.
“Leonardo da Vinci, Inventing the Future: Flight, Automata, Art, Anatomy, Biomorphism” is a free conference timed to the 500th anniversary of the artist and scientist’s death.
The California NanoSystems Institute will feature a series of educational hands-on demonstrations throughout campus on Wednesday Oct. 9.
This video of “Guatemalan Masks: Selections from the Jim and Jeanne Pieper Collection” should entice you to see it. The show runs through Oct. 6.
Those interested in the artist should make their way to the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library in West Adams for a lecture and screening.
Three parking spaces on Dickson Court will transformed into a park featuring activities and refreshments.
The UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture is hosting a free talk on Thursday, Sept. 19 at the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden.
“On Display in the Walled City: Nigeria at the British Empire Exhibition, 1924–1925,” features 38 objects from the Sir Henry Wellcome collection.
Wescom and Coolghaus are hosting the inaugural event to show their appreciation for staff and faculty.
UCLA’s Meteorite Gallery lecture series will present an event titled “Before They Were Meteorites: The Discovery and Characterization of Near-Earth Asteroids”
The Hammer Museum at UCLA will host a screening event named, “Flux,” on Wednesday, Aug. 21.
UCLA Special Collections is hosting an exhibit showcasing the work of 15th and 16th century publisher, Aldus Manutius.
The Fowler Museum at UCLA will be hosting a free event titled “The Art of Rangoli,” an art form in which patterns are meticulously drawn on the floor.
The two films are part of a celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the American Genre Film Archive.
Co-presented with Pug Nation, Much Love Animal Rescue and MaeDay Rescue.
The performance will take place from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. in the Powell Library Rotunda and is open to the public.
The exhibition is the first American survey of one of the United Kingdom’s most influential artists, whose work subverts traditional notions of gender, sexuality and identity.
The lecture will discuss the empire’s role in the expansion of global trade, diffusion of world religions, and architecture.
Everyone is welcome to bring their own films or enjoy the night as audience members on Wednesday, June 12 at 7:30 p.m.