The in-person event hosted by the UCLA African Studies Center will feature experts discussing the ongoing conflict in Sudan.
Out and About
Hear presentations from a team of UCLA experts who helped digitize the 12-book manuscript of Nahua culture and knowledge.
UCLA will host a variety of events on global issues and international opportunities students, as well as cultural and musical activities.
Drop by Royce Hall in costume to enjoy entertainment and eerie music as UCLA Philharmonia kicks off its 2023–24 season.
The events will be curated and hosted by Stuart Wolpert, a 40-year veteran of UCLA’s media relations office.
The renowned Armenian Egyptian studio photographer’s camera work, which traces his career from the 1930s to the 1990s, is on display.
Lunchtime performances through Aug. 10 will take place in Lani Hall and are open to the public.
Viewers have an opportunity to view a seminal documentary about 1940s atomic weapons testing as well as one filmmaker’s view of how that documentary came together.
Enjoy free live concerts, sets by DJs, happy hour and extended gallery hours on Thursdays in July in the Hammer Museum’s courtyard.
Nina Menkes’ documentary about the sexual politics of cinematic shot design will be followed by a discussion with film industry experts.
UCLA Transportation will hold free events and offer free bike repair services for Bruin cyclists.
The 1982 film, which was produced by UCLA alumnus Moctesuma Esparza, was inducted into the National Film Registry in December.
The two-part discussion featuring Black designers and stylists is the second installment of the UCLA Black Dress & Culture Series.
The event will include three panel discussions by lawyers, energy experts, environmental advocates and climate law architects.
Experts, academics, artists and organizers will discuss diasporas, why people migrate and other topics during the six-part series.
The retrospective of the 30-year-long career of the Haitian artist, known for her hand-beaded textiles, will be on display.
Neal Stulberg will conduct the student groups as they join forces to deliver their Winter 2023 performance at Royce Hall.
The human rights activist, author and former world chess champion will speak at UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Join UCLA School of Law for a conversation with leading thinkers from UCLA and other institutions, as well as state officials.
The $100 million revitalization project has been shaped by key ideas, expertise and artwork from faculty and alumni.
The film was made by three UCLA graduate students in 1974.
The final session on March 22 will focus on constitutional interpretation and the role originalism plays or doesn’t play in the court’s decisions.
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.