Alumni Ralph and Shirley Shapiro have now funded more than 20 endowed chairs across campus.
The donation of 40 historical texts from Paul Chrzanowski further bolsters an already remarkable collection of early English texts.
The free public programs, presented at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum, run from July 8 through Sept. 30.
After graduation, Marshall Scholarship winner Herman Luis Chavez will study musicology and history at King’s College in London.
The concert celebrated more than 30 years of intercultural musical partnership between UCLA and Mexico.
“Secret Chord Concerts” will feature musicians representing a broad range of styles, heritages and histories.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive series begins June 3 at the Billy Wilder Theater.
Venue change: May 13 concert with Cornel West, Arturo O’Farrill and Mariachi Los Camperos moved to Royce Hall
RSVPs for the previous location will be honored for the free concert, which will take place on campus at UCLA.
Designer who made Marvel and DC characters look heroic teaches at UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
Kym Barrett will mentor graduate students through the design process.
Augmented reality exhibition places viewers in midst of WWII-era forced removal of Japanese Americans
‘BeHere / 1942,’ presented by the Yanai Initiative of UCLA and Tokyo’s Waseda University, runs from May 7 to Oct. 9.
The lecture, which will be held Wednesday, May 11, at 5 p.m., is free and open to the public.
UCLA had the second highest number of honorees among colleges and universities this year, followed by Stanford, UC Berkeley, MIT and Yale.
The art of belonging: Arab American artist Saj Issa explores identity, ritual and labor in new works
The UCLA graduate student will be having her first solo exhibition at Le Maximum Los Angeles, May 14 to June 19.
Chon Noriega to discuss the connection between destroying a piano and history’s unreliable narrative
The distinguished professor of film, television and digital media will deliver the 131st Faculty Research Lecture on April 28.
Artist and alumnus Refik Anadol’s “Moment of Reflection” is on view through April 24 in the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden.
The 20th edition of the biennial event is free to the public at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum.
Alumnus of UCLA’s design media arts program shares the inspiration behind some of his awe-inspiring projects.
Anna Sew Hoy is the area head of ceramics in the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture.
The work was created by alumnus Refik Anadol in the spirit of reflection.
Renowned artist and professor Judith Baca created the nearly 80-foot artwork, which is on the north-facing wall of Ackerman Union.
From film screenings to data workshops to undergraduate research week, the library will be hosting a wide variety of events.
With $5 million from Herb Alpert Foundation, UCLA to introduce state-of-the-art music practice rooms
Construction is set to begin this summer for the 46 practice rooms, which have not been fully refurbished in nearly 70 years.
The professor and award-winning filmmaker captured the decline of the Soviet Union in her movies.
The vocalist, who taught at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, enjoyed teaching and giving back to the community.
Building on decades of scholarship, the new Hip Hop Initiative will highlight the local and global impact of this Black art form.