UCLA Arts to feature 250 public events this fall

The diverse array of performances, exhibitions and lectures by esteemed professionals, UCLA students and faculty will showcase the depth of UCLA Arts activities and creative programming.

Measuring the sound of angels singing

UCLA Byzantine art history and archaeology professor Sharon Gerstel has devoted much of the last year to studying how architectural changes in Byzantine churches enhanced the performance of religious music.

From brick to marble: Did Augustus Caesar really transform Rome?

Intrigued by the question of whether Augustus Caesar transformed Rome from a city of bricks into a city of marble, as legend has it, UCLA professor Diane Favro decided to use advanced modeling software to reconstruct Rome at the time of his reign.

A new definition of groundbreaking architecture

UCLA’s Hitoshi Abe is among those whose work is featured in an exhibit detailing nontraditional ways architects have helped rebuild the coast of Eastern Japan following the devastating tsunami of 2011.

Is revival of downtown L.A. real?

At a “Thinking L.A.” event copresented by UCLA and Zocalo Public Square, a panel that included two UCLA professors discuss the transformation of downtown L.A. and whether it lives up to the current hype.

UCLA architects shine at new MOCA exhibit

Installation view of "A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California," on view June 16–Sept. 16 at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. Exhibit photos by Brian Forrest. From a public housing project in Madrid, Spain,...
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