The UCLA Film & Television Archive led the restoration of the film, which is available to stream.
The graduating dancer and choreographer will speak at UCLA Arts’ virtual commencement on June 12.
She will speak at the UCLA Arts 2021 virtual commencement ceremony on June 12.
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.
UCLA’s archive of the groundbreaking newsmagazine provides historical context and understanding.
The director of UCLA’s Chicano Studies Research Center is stepping down at the end of June after nearly two decades.
Projects will be featured on the GO ARTS UCLA online platform, launched today.
The Hammer Channel online video platform features more than 1,000 conversations, talks, performances and more.
How martial arts can help people learn to cooperate and manage disagreements.
UCLA design media arts faculty and alumni share their thoughts on the crypto-art craze.
The academy is one of the nation’s most prestigious honorary societies.
During a fractured release year, there was progress in gender and racial representation in all key categories, but disparities in budgets.
Deborah Nadoolman Landis, founding director of the David C. Copley Center for the Study of Costume Design, will moderate the April 24 event.
UCLA had more faculty honored than any other university.
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.
As the museum prepares to reopen, its chief curator reflects on the lessons learned during a challenging year.
A project by UCLA faculty envisions collaborative bicycle ‘flows’ that generate digital exhibitions.
The PEER Lab will host a series of free virtual events beginning April 29.
A creative response to COVID-19, ‘this body is so impermanent …’ was made by artists as a call to learn and heal together.
Some of the renderings resembled a town hall, or a laboratory building, or even a busy train station where people are moving and congregating.
The acting chair of UCLA’s theater department covers the subject from 1619 to the present.
Johnson, a student affairs officer in the architecture and urban design department, has also written a children’s book starring her son.
Professors Maite Zubiaurre and Kristy Guevara-Flanagan hope their film about searching for those lost in the desert will change immigration policy.
Rawls, a 2020–2021 UC Regents professor, will explore themes that inform his research into stop-motion filmmaking.