UCLA architecture faculty on how the design of buildings and public spaces may evolve after COVID-19.
Featured among the 200-plus events: Paul McCarthy, Ibram X. Kendi, Jane Fonda and Marike Splint.
Meredith Monk, Allen Ruppersberg, Batsheva and Lars Müller are among those featured among the 150-plus events, which include exhibitions, lectures, screenings and performances.
Featured among the 150-plus events: Taylor Mac, Theaster Gates, Fran Lebowitz, Monika Baer, Judy Baca and Juliana Huxtable.
Research has implications for health and disease, teamwork and collective behavior.
A $2 million gift left by the late actor will support students in the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture and the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
Featured among the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture’s 100-plus events: Kyle Abraham, Angélique Kidjo, Kenya HARA and Brett Steele.
In memoriam: Richard Weinstein, former dean of UCLA’s Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning
Weinstein was a champion of the more experimental west coast architectural approach and helped make UCLA a leader in architectural technology.
UCLA Magazine: UCLA’s cityLAB is working ahead of the curve to engineer changes in the role of physical spaces in the digital era.
Events feature Ai Weiwei, Al Gore, Taylor Mac, Kyle Abraham, Meleko Mokgosi and others.
The more than 100 public events include exhibitions at campus museums and galleries; lectures by artists, alumni and faculty; and performances by students and professionals.
The show marks 10 years of influential research from UCLA’s urban planning and architecture think tank.
From performances to lectures to exhibitions, the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture will present more than 150 public events this winter.
Brett Steele, the director of London's Architectural Association School of Architecture, one of the world’s oldest and most influential schools of architecture, has been appointed dean of the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture.
'An Imaginative Offer' presents the unique voices of UCLA artists, architects, scholars and Los Angeles arts community leaders.
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.
UCLA alumna Billie Tsien and her husband, Tod Williams, will lead the design and engineering work needed to build the first presidential library that will be located in a predominantly African-American urban setting.
Lynn’s firm is among 12 of the best contemporary architecture and design teams chosen from across the country to take on the challenge.
UCLA campus planners are using a digital tool developed by the now-defunct Urban Simulation Team to do bird’s-eye and ground-level simulations to help architects fit buildings into available spaces.
A team of UCLA Extension students use elements that reflect a harmonious blending of L.A.'s built and natural environments.
More than 125 public events will showcase the depth and diversity of UCLA Arts activities and creative programming.
Cuff took part in a Zócalo Public Square 'In the Green Room' interview before joining a panel discussion on gentrification in Los Angeles.
To celebrate the department's 50-year role in shaping the world, UCLA Arts will host a gala on Saturday, March 19.
Steven Nelson recently joined a long line of respected Africanists who have led the center at the UCLA International Institute.
For the last 18 years, UCLA’s Lisa Snyder has been bringing to life the bygone glory of a true architectural, social and cultural wonder — the Chicago World’s Fair.