Programs, which are open to the public, run through Aug. 26 at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum.
Singer-songwriter Paravi Das and filmmaker Jahmil Eady are recognized in a new program launched by the Chancellor’s Council on the Arts.
From books and films to podcasts and an art exhibition, UCLA staff recommend their top media picks.
The 2023–24 lineup includes an eclectic mix of global, national and local artists; tickets go on sale June 23.
The mini-documentaries feature UCLA professors Chon Noriega and Peter Sellars and filmmaker Zackary Drucker.
Miramontes, a UCLA alumnus, comes to CAP UCLA from REDCAT, where he has served as deputy executive director and curator since 2019.
UCLA professors Jacob Foster and Danny Snelson weigh in on how artificial intelligence might influence and invigorate writing, art and culture.
His archive, which was donated to UCLA Library in 2003, is in the spotlight thanks to a slate of upcoming projects.
There’s something for everyone during UCLA’s celebration of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander history and culture.
The musical tribute to Chiune Sugihara on May 18 is the second in the groundbreaking “Music and Justice” series.
Screenings, which run from June 2 to 18 in Westwood and Eagle Rock, are free to the public.
The sixth iteration of the biennial exhibition begins Oct. 1.
Feuer led the publication from 2005 to 2019 after working for such outlets as MediaPost and Adweek.
The honored work ranges from a celebration of celebrates Black fashion in Los Angeles to a first-of-its-kind art restitution program.
The 60-foot–tall “Holoflux” by Güvenç Özel — part sculpture, part architectural piece, part digital ecosystem — seems to be continually changing.
Sixth-graders from the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools learn about art, themselves and each other.
With a recently published book and two new artists-in-residence, the initiative is thinking globally in 2023, the 50th year of the art form.
The UCLA Hollywood Diversity Report shows diverse casts continue to draw larger and more diverse audiences.
A weekend of gala events kicked off a new era for the renewed hub of the arts.
In honor of Women’s History Month, Block discusses the inspirational figures in her life and her efforts on behalf of women leaders across campus.
The collection, presented by the UCLA Film & Television Archive and the Hammer Museum, includes short films and “Black Utopia LP.”
The lineup includes new restorations, a world premiere and treasures from out of this world.
The annual Sketch to Screen discussion returns as a live event at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
Diane White-Clayton and her students will premiere the piece Feb. 26 as part of part of the “Music and Justice” concert at Royce Hall.
Dr. Daniel Lu is not only a UCLA neurosurgeon but also a skilled maker of fine violins.