A new film by two UCLA faculty members focuses on volunteers who search the Sonoran Desert for undocumented migrants who have died.
Arts + Culture
L.A. Sounds Now kicks off Oct. 6 with a talk between Tom Corson of Warner Records and Dean Eileen Strempel.
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.
UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance moves to an online stage, focusing on rebuilding financial stability for artists.
UCLA Design Showcase West Salons will debut Saturday, June 20 at 10 a.m. and will feature production designers from Apple TV+ and Netflix shows.
The Outfest UCLA Legacy Project — the world’s largest publicly accessible collection of LGBTQ films — contains some 41,000 irreplaceable items of motion picture history.
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.
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.
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.