Come join the fun and get your heart pumping by joining the walk/run, which takes place on campus.
Out and About
Photographer Gosette Lubondo imagines herself in photographs from previous generations in the Congo’s colonial past.
The UC San Francisco professor launched a COVID-19 testing facility at the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub.
Drop by the museum to take in nearly 80 paintings by Kwame Akoto, who owns the Almighty God Art Works studio.
Deborah Nadoolman Landis will be joined in conversation by six Academy Award-nominated costume designers.
Enjoy musical performances while celebrating Nowruz and the first day of spring at UCLA’s Dickson Court.
Panel and Q&A session will address recent changes and COVID-19 campus protocols for the spring quarter.
The multi-gallery experience explores the possibilities and pitfalls of interdisciplinary art-making.
Students in the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music will showcase their latest works in a free, in-person concert.
Drop by the Hammer Museum at UCLA to join in a free discussion about the video and performance artist, who is the subject of a new exhibition.
Roger Detels will focus on how scientists have taken advantage of opportunities to advance our understanding of how diseases develop as well as the shaping of public health policy.
The event is aimed primarily at UCLA faculty, staff and students and their families who are concerned about COVID-19 in the Black and Latino communities.
Panel and Q&A session will address recent operational changes and the latest COVID-19 campus protocols.
Sonam Kachru, an assistant professor of religious studies at the University of Virginia, will discuss the many meanings of Buddhist philosophy in South Asian history.
The show features works by seven artists and collectives whose art interrogates and disrupts Western modes of humanism.
Experts will discuss strategies to approach HIV as a public health issue rather than a crime.
Join an in-person show celebrating the launch month of the James Webb Space Telescope.
The free event will also feature leadership from the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.
Faculty and instructors are invited to workshops to learn how to use Bruin Learn.
All faculty, staff and students who come out watch ESPN’s College GameDay live-from-campus broadcast are eligible for the giveaway.
UCLA’s ShakeOut earthquake drill will take place at 10:21 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 21. To encourage participation, faculty, staff and students can enter a giveaway.
Join a virtual screening and panel discussion with show creators and experts, including Kerr, director of the Child Advocacy Center of UCLA.
The discussion will be moderated by professors Xavier Cagigas and Cynthia Telles, leaders of the UCLA Hispanic Neuropsychiatric Center of Excellence.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive in celebrating by presenting a free virtual screening of a selection of films by Harold Lloyd.
The Fowler presents “The Map and the Territory: 100 Years of Collecting at UCLA,” a exhibition organized in partnership with the Hammer Museum and the UCLA Library.