Events will range from research and data workshops to lectures and screenings.
Activities will include a virtual conversation about his impact and an in-person celebration of life.
The Archive’s free fall offerings, which include recent restorations, rare TV pieces and filmmaker tributes, will run from Nov. 12 to Dec. 18.
With the world at a crossroads, UCLA Arts’ ‘10 Questions’ series returns to ask, ‘If not now, when?’
The public lecture-academic course will virtually bring together 30 people from campus and the community.
“Photo Cameroon: Studio Portraiture 1970s–1990s” looks at the work of three prominent Cameroonian artists.
“The Map and the Territory” will be on display from July 1 through Oct. 24.
Alumnus D’Artagnan Scorza, who delivered the UCLA College’s address, told the ‘class of justice’ to work toward building a more equitable post-pandemic world.
UCLA commencement speakers include alumnus D’Artagnan Scorza, Black Lives Matter’s Patrisse Cullors, astronaut Megan McArthur
Graduation season shifts from virtual to hybrid celebrations.
The UCLA event will also feature panel on health equity and social justice.
Civic leader, social justice advocate, decorated U.S. Navy veteran and UCLA alumnus D’Artagnan Scorza will deliver the keynote address.
The Hammer Channel online video platform features more than 1,000 conversations, talks, performances and more.
The online event is free and open to the public.
Deborah Nadoolman Landis, founding director of the David C. Copley Center for the Study of Costume Design, will moderate the April 24 event.
Chancellor Gene Block shared plans for celebrating the members of the class of 2021 this spring.
The distinguished professor in the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance will deliver the 129th Faculty Research Lecture.
From film screenings to data visualization classes to undergraduate research week, the library will be hosting a wide variety of virtual events.
The PEER Lab will host a series of free virtual events beginning April 29.
New York Times reporter Megan Twohey, whose reporting helped spark the #MeToo movement, delivered the latest UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Lecture.
Rawls, a 2020–2021 UC Regents professor, will explore themes that inform his research into stop-motion filmmaking.
“We need to be honest about what’s going on,” Tapper said as he delivered UCLA’s annual Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture.
“Possible Worlds,” which launches in February 2021, invites some of today’s most imaginative intellectual leaders to speak on the future of humanity.
Among the questions the panelists will address: How can universities champion science and evidence while fact-based professions like journalism and medicine are under attack?
Experts from around the country gathered at a UCLA conference to brainstorm ways to protect Americans’ access to the ballot box.
Topics will include how the disease affects the body and the status of vaccine research.
UCLA astrophysicist Andrea Ghez and UC Berkeley biochemist Jennifer Doudna, both 2020 Nobel laureates, will be joined by climate change expert Emily A. Carter.