The show features works by seven artists and collectives whose art interrogates and disrupts Western modes of humanism.
Out and About
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.
Virtual events will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., with in-person events beginning at 7:30 p.m.
“The Evening Redness in the West” is an installation of consumer goods and materials which questions depictions of Native American experience in popular culture.
The UCLA California Rare Book School will present an overview of the “Radical Publishing in CDMX” speaker series featuring librarian T-Kay Sangwand.
Robert Montoya, assistant professor of information studies, will examine how a continuing education program could act as a proponent of positive social change.
Following the screening of the acclaimed period drama, there will be a conversation among the screenwriter, an actor and a historian.
The UCLA Center for 17th- & 18th-Century Studies presents an online concert featuring the Dalí Quartet, known for its signature mix of Latin American, classical and romantic pieces.
The Healthcare Alumni of Anderson will hold a conversation about the future of telehealth.
The United Nations’ eighth secretary-general will discuss “Resolved: Uniting Nations in a Divided World.”
The event will bring together peers across public, private and civic sectors to share data-centric solutions for the most critical governing challenges.
“The Map and the Territory” and “Photo Cameroon” will be on display.
Panel discussion will reflect on what it means to be anti-racist.
Yael Tamir, president of Beit-Berl College, will discuss the influence of identity politics on Israel and the United States.
The conversation will feature UCLA’s Aisha Finch and Kyle Mays.
Speakers will include UCLA’s Karen Umemoto, May Wang and Daniel Kim.