Ross died Sept. 16 at his home in Los Angeles after a long illness. He was 73.
The public can check out billboards by Larry Johnson in L.A.’s MacArthur Park neighborhood and video installations by Kahlil Joseph throughout the city.
Although minorities overall are becoming better represented in entertainment, that progress largely hasn’t touched Latinos.
The UCLA Hollywood Diversity Report suggests the industry must do more to meet the moment.
The gift from Robert and Toni Crisell highlights the legacy of and artistic practice of the 20th-century Southern California wood engraver and naturalist.
Librarians and staff will share their expertise at events designed to help students, faculty and others flourish in their work and advance knowledge.
Berns led the Fowler, one of the world’s top museums focusing on the arts and cultures of Africa, Asia, the Pacific and the indigenous Americas, for nearly 20 years.
Inspired by Roosevelt’s Depression-era fireside chats, the Chilean American visual artist has created a program designed to address today’s America.
A Q&A with Sophia Bacino, who is entering her second year at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.
He began teaching at UCLA in 1969 and retired in 2004. In 1995, he received the Charles and Harriet Luckman Award for Distinguished Teaching.
The history professor urges everyone to draw inspiration from the beautiful things around us, like the efforts of health care workers, and protests for social justice.
The Nicholas Endowment and Gluck Foundation provide opportunities for teens from underrepresented communities.
There have been 225 recipients of the scholarships since 1989. Another 13 recipients will begin their studies in the fall.
The open access project, part of a collaboration with the Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra, is the largest for contemporary musical works in the world.
The prize from the Gold Shield Alumnae awards $30,000 to an exceptional professor with a record of undergraduate teaching, research and university service.
UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance moves to an online stage, focusing on rebuilding financial stability for artists.
As the adversity of the pandemic loomed over us, it was met in force by the ways students, professors, staff and alumni rose to meet this historic moment.
Hajar Azzam, a recipient of the Chancellor’s Service Award, wants to create work that promotes peace and justice.
Michelle Liu Carriger shares how she used UCLA’s Fiat Lux seminar program to create a class that helped students understand life during quarantine through an artistic lens.
As professors were forced to change how they teach, the Fiat Lux seminars provided a platform to also change what they taught to help students understand the crisis.
The 10-time Grammy-winning artist has sold more than 100 million records worldwide and has produced countless chart-topping hits.
Faculty leaders voice their support for those fighting to end state violence against people of color
The heads of academic units dedicated to social justice renew their commitment to ensuring their research, teaching and service are not complicit with the expansion of the police state.
UCLA architecture faculty on how the design of buildings and public spaces may evolve after COVID-19.
The gift will support Herb Alpert School of Music cello students and UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance.
Q&A with Scott MacQueen, the Archive’s head of preservation discusses the history and recent restoration of the film, which is getting released on Blu-ray in May.