The $100-million revitalization project has been shaped by key ideas, expertise and artworks from faculty and alumni.
Out and About
The film was made by three UCLA graduate students in 1974.
The first session on Jan. 22 will address the most recent Supreme Court term and its decisions on cases related to abortion, the second amendment, climate change and others.
The law professor will discuss his biography about UCLA alumnus, diplomat and scholar Ralph Bunche.
UCLA experts will moderate a Zoom discussion about the widespread demonstrations.
UCLA will host a variety of events on global issues and opportunities students, as well as cultural activities.
Visit the “Particular Histories: Provenance Research in African Arts” exhibit at the Fowler Museum at UCLA to learn how perceptions of an object’s value have shifted over time. Provenance research, the investigation into the ownership of an individual ...
The exhibit, which features more than 200 works on display by 50 artists, presents a portrait of the author and thinker.
The free event for new and continuing students offers food, entertainment and a greeting from campus leadership.
The biennial festival, La Escena, makes neglected classical theater from Spain and Latin America accessible to a modern audience.
This exhibition operates at the crux of a lunar spectrum, between the lure and mystery of the unattainable moon and the eternal quest to conquer the moon in its material form.
Faculty and staff can learn the latest information about recent updates to UCLA’s COVID-19 protocols and about the campus’s response to monkeypox.
There will be in-person and virtual events, giveaways and everything peaks Thursday, Aug. 18, with the annual All-Staff Picnic.
The free programming starts at 8 p.m. in the museum’s courtyard.
The Fielding School professor’s opera, which delves into the struggles of military vets, will be performed in oratorio style.
Lunchtime performances through Aug. 9 will take place in the Powell Library Rotunda and are open to the public.
Join UCLA for an after-hours museum event and free screening of “Summer of Soul (…or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)”
The show will be held in Schoenberg Hall at 8 p.m.
Come join the fun and get your heart pumping by joining the walk/run, which takes place on campus.
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.