Leavin was a longtime champion of artists in Los Angeles, and was the lead donor in the renovation of UCLA’s graduate art studios.
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Magallanes is part of the 3B Collective, a group of mostly alumni artists, that specializes in large-scale murals, site-specific installations and public artworks.
The Archive’s free fall offerings, which include recent restorations, rare TV pieces and filmmaker tributes, will run from Nov. 12 to Dec. 18.
In its third year, the Modern Endangered Archives Program has also launched an open access website.
“Descifrando Terrenos” features 13 Southern California artists and runs through Oct. 7
The free app accompanies people through a public artwork that uses music to animate the campus's environment.
With the world at a crossroads, UCLA Arts’ ‘10 Questions’ series returns to ask, ‘If not now, when?’
The public lecture-academic course will virtually bring together 30 people from campus and the community.
The 93-foot chime-filled structure completes the vast Flight 93 National Memorial in Pennsylvania, which was created by UCLA alumnus Paul Murdoch.
Inna Faliks collaborated with six UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music faculty on “Reimagine: Beethoven & Ravel.”
UCLA professor Marike Split has created an “outdoor soundwalk” at Los Angeles State Historic Park.
“No Humans Involved” opens on Oct. 10 and closes Jan. 9, 2022.
UCLA’s Maite Zubiaurre led the creation of the art installation “Mujer Migrante Memorial” and accompanying virtual map honoring those who died.
Alumnae Carmen Argote and Zeynep Abes are part of this year’s DIVERSEartLA program. Professor Chon Noriega helped curate the show.
The $250,000 earmarked in the 2021-22 budget is part of the state’s investment in entertainment industry’s ecosystem.
Barbara Fuchs will be joined by Spanish President Pedro Sánchez at an event on July 22.
The recently retired head of preservation at the UCLA Film & Television Archive looks back on his three-decade career.
A new $5.15 million gift from Jarl and Pamela Mohn will endow future biennials and awards.
Snyder’s research areas included performance dance, dance ethnology, dance therapy and film as a method of preserving and documenting dance.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive was involved in the film’s digital preservation.
“Photo Cameroon: Studio Portraiture 1970s–1990s” looks at the work of three prominent Cameroonian artists.
“The Map and the Territory” will be on display from July 1 through Oct. 24.
The gift marks the largest contribution to date to the Chicano Studies Research Center.
Ron Baham was “the king of north campus” in the mid-80s and recently his friends raised more than $100,000 to transform a scholarship in his name into an endowment.
The totem’s cross-country journey is meant to inspire people to care for the Earth, protect sacred Indigenous lands and to respect the sovereignty of Native tribes.
UCLA staff share recommendations that highlight LGBTQ+ communities, experiences.