The new Lynda and Stewart Resnick Cultural Center will present exhibitions and collections in spaces designed by Michael Maltzan Architecture.
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The trailblazing screenwriter’s teleplay will be shown at the Hammer Museum at UCLA for the first time in decades.
Martha Gonzalez, who graduated from UCLA in 1999, reflects on her journey from Boyle Heights to 2022 MacArthur fellow.
UCLA staff members recommend works for education and entertainment to celebrate throughout November.
The Hammer Museum hosts the Los Angeles presentation of the annual showcase, Nov. 30 through Dec. 15.
California legislators have invested $15 million in the Latina Futures, 2050 Lab and $1.5 million in the Hollywood Diversity Report.
She is the featured artist of the inaugural Judith L. Smith Voice Recital Series.
The latest Hollywood Diversity Report from UCLA signals potential challenges ahead in writers’ rooms.
Harter, a professor emerita at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, died on Oct. 8 from congestive heart failure.
Otto-Knapp was a professor of painting and drawing at the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture. She died on Oct. 9.
The program awarded a total of $139,380 to faculty in fields ranging from architecture and urban design to African American studies, and from gender studies to music.
The school’s new series will feature leading figures in jazz, opera and classical music, along with symposia, lectures and other events.
Doctoral student Kelsi Rutledge helped make “Jean Jacket” scientifically plausible.
The collaboration between the Islamic studies program and UCLA Library continues to enrich the field and the world.
Forni comes to the Fowler after an accomplished tenure at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada.
$13 million from Arcadia will bolster the Modern Endangered Archives Program.
The programs, which are open to the public, will run through Dec. 18 at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum.
‘Writing a Chrysanthemum: The Drawings of Rick Barton’ has drawn critical acclaim at the Morgan Library & Museum. The show closes Sept. 11.
The associate professor of design media arts has focused on exploring how technology has become so interwoven into our lives and society.
“Particular Histories: Provenance Research in African Arts” is based on the findings of an initiative to trace the movement of objects collected during an exploitative colonial era.
Stokes, who taught at UCLA for more than four decades, was also a renowned studio musician who appeared on some of the most iconic movie soundtracks.
The exhibition, which was was curated by Hilton Als, runs from Oct. 11 through Jan. 22, 2023.
The UCLA alumna and Los Angeles County supervisor hosted the landmark talk show, which began in 1992.
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.