The UCLA Film & Television Archive presents film screening on Friday, July 26 at 7:30 p.m.
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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.
You can save 30% to 60% on select jewelry, textile, books, home decor and other items from around the world.
The 11th annual RUMBLE exhibition engages students, faculty and the international design community with contemporary design and innovation.
The Strachwitz Frontera Collection at UCLA contains more than 215,000 songs celebrating North America’s Spanish-language musical heritage.
Genevieve Carpio will discuss her new book, “Collisions at the Crossroads: How Place and Mobility Make Race.”
Journalist Jori Finkel will talk to artists Shinique Smith and Rirkrit Tiravanija at the Hammer Museum at UCLA.
Bruins are invited to join a celebration that honors the contributions of UCLA’s Latino forefather.
“Moral Code – Ethics in the Digital Age” will discuss the moral implications that come from the use of digital technologies in Royce Hall 314.
Panelists will be prominent science journalists, the UCLA professor who is science consultant for the television show “The Big Bang Theory” and an award-winning film producer.
Vannak Anan Prum will share his extraordinary story as a victim and witness of trafficking and slavery in a free talk.
May 15: “Mother of Exiles, Refugees in American Myth and History.” May 23: “Southeast Asian Deportation Forum.”
On May 16, join a discussion with media experts and professionals from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in Royce Hall, Room 314.
The event, which will feature a panel of experts, will begin at 6 p.m. in the Fowler Museum's Lenart auditorium.
The 24-hour marathon reading in the Powell Library courtyard will feature Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” and Octavia Butler’s “Parable of the Sower.”
The Hammer Museum at UCLA will show the documentary at 7:30 p.m. followed by a Q&A with director Leslie Thomas and UCLA’s Kate Mackintosh.
Anti-war activist Gloria La Riva’s talk will is presented by the UCLA Latin American Institute and is free and open to the public.
“Whitmania” will highlight the iconic American poet through interdisciplinary and socially engaged arts and humanities events.
The free discussion at the Hammer Museum will focus on the possibility of creating an inclusive, culturally conscious artificial intelligence.
The walks promote wellness and an active lifestyle by encouraging faculty and staff to take time out of their day to move their feet.
The Hammer Museum at UCLA is hosting a discussion that will examine progressive, humane visions for border control and immigration policy.