The gift will support Herb Alpert School of Music cello students and UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance.
Arts + Culture
Professors and alumni played a big role in bringing the stories of America’s most diverse ethnic group to the small screen.
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.
The Bay Area native recently became co-editor of the preeminent scholarly journal for theater studies, and in May he will celebrate the publication of his second book.
Supported by a grant from the NEH, curators will draw from multiple collections that help tell the story of Mexican-American lives from 1940 through the present day.
Since 2005, the archive has partnered with Outfest to preserve transgender stories of struggle as the group continues to face inadequate legal protections, stigma and violence.
Watch a live performance by Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the Grammy Award-winning South African choral group, which took place before a nearly empty Royce Hall.
The education arm of UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance, the program has brought nearly half a million students to campus to experience the wonder of performing arts.
The UCLA graduate fine arts programs have consistently been ranked among the top programs in the country by U.S. News.
Antonia Sanchez was able to enroll in the classes she needed because of the Ruth Anne Kenney Centennial Scholarship.
Ellen Scott is working on a book about depictions of slavery in movies and a chronicle of Black female film critics.
The Herb Alpert Foundation donated an additional $50,000 per year specifically to support students transferring from LACC.
“Any school in the world would dream of having these instruments in their possession,” said Movses Pogossian, professor of violin.
Academic librarians from across the nation will participate in a three-week session in July featuring lectures, panels, workshops and field trips.
The research shows indications that the film industry is starting to get the message that diversity sells.
The panel, moderated by UCLA’s Deborah Nadoolman Landis, features nominees Mark Bridges, Jacqueline Durran, Christopher Peterson, Arianne Phillips, Sandy Powell and Mayes Rubeo.
In this Q&A, the honorary Academy Award winner discusses how the movement originated and shares how his experiences at UCLA shaped his career.
Nano-related science and art were on display during the UCLA-MindshareLA event, which underscored UCLA’s commitment to share the knowledge it’s creating beyond Westwood.
Alumna Patricia Vidal Delgado’s first feature film is making its debut at one of the nation’s top film festivals.
Fifth iteration of the biennial will bridge east and west with complementary presentations at the Hammer and The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens.
Baldessari, an artist with a famously dry wit whose influence is seen all over the Los Angeles art world, died Jan. 2 at his home in Venice.
In memoriam: Neil Peter Jampolis, UCLA professor and award-winning lighting, scenic and costume designer
Jampolis, professor emeritus in the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, died Sunday, Dec. 15 in Los Angeles from leukemia. He was 76.
The Artist Residency Program has provided dozens of Los Angeles and national artists time and space for the development of new work.
Featured among the 200-plus events: Paul McCarthy, Ibram X. Kendi, Jane Fonda and Marike Splint.
Wollen, who taught at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television from 1988 through 2006, died Dec. 17 in England. He was 81.