The 21st edition of the biennial event, at the Hammer Museum’s Billy Wilder Theater, is free.
Six faculty members and researchers are conducting projects from Botswana to Japan, expanding and deepening the university’s global engagement.
The items from the museum’s collections were personally handed over to Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asante king, in Ghana on Feb. 5.
Join Bruins across campus for public performances, art and discussions happening this month.
The UCLA-presented series will include stops in Chicago, L.A., New York, Tokyo and Washington, D.C.
Could the common story that the Irish writer and bon vivant died of syphilis be wrong?
Kunzle’s academic scholarship covered a variety of subjects, from cartoons, political art and Latin America to fashion history.
UCLA has launched a hub supported by the foundation’s new directorate for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships.
It’s that time again — an opportunity to take stock of a year filled with awe-inspiring achievements and more than a few surprises, and to celebrate the accomplishments of our entire Bruin community.
Public programs run through April 28 at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum.
The films, most made by UCLA students and three preserved by the UCLA Film & Television Archive, are among 25 titles being honored this year.
Ahead of the Dec. 25 release of “The Color Purple,” UCLA doctoral candidate Yongjia He discusses the science behind the color.
Newly unsealed materials include original movie scripts, cast lists, location photos and personal correspondences with some of the biggest names in the industry.
Works from Melissa Cody are on display as part of the “Made in L.A. 2023: Acts of Living” exhibition at the Hammer Museum.
Speakers at a “Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age” screening included UCLA’s Safiya Noble, Kristy Guevara-Flanagan and Sarah T. Roberts.
With “Napoleon” storming into theaters, we ask UCLA doctoral student Wilfrid Grandhomme about the infamous emperor.
10th annual Hollywood Diversity Report finds more top TV shows feature racially, ethnically diverse casts
Disability, race/ethnicity and gender representation in 2021–22 continued to lag in this industry deep dive across streaming, cable and broadcast.
Students welcomed the giant puppet and her message of empathy for refugees fleeing war, famine and persecution around the globe.
Online UCLA calendar is dedicated to promoting campus programming around Indigenous intersectionality throughout the year.
The award, one of UCLA’s highest honors, paid tribute to Pritzker’s far-ranging philanthropy and service and his remarkable Bruin legacy.
Doctoral candidate Shantée Ayala Rosario explains whether scary entities really can sneak into our dreams on a Halloween night.
Philbin has helped transform the Hammer into one of the city’s landmark institutions and a leading museum of contemporary art for the nation and the world.
Nine mini-documentaries highlight Los Angeles–based artists featured in the Hammer Museum at UCLA’s acclaimed biennial exhibition.
With the Oct. 6 release of “The Exorcist: Believer,” UCLA doctoral student Arranne Rispoli looks at the intersection of exorcism and history.
The venue, which expands the footprint of UCLA and the arts deeper into the Westwood neighborhood, will host more than 50 performances during the 2023–24 season.