The event revolves around the four exhibitions on view, which feature art from Africa and Australia.
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Felipe Zapata taps into his life’s work, as well as childhood memories, to give the animated film its distinctive flora.
Q&A with historian Miriam Petty about “Stormy Weather,” which the UCLA Film & Television Archive will screen on Feb. 19
The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television faculty and students were able to incorporate augmented reality in how they staged the play.
UCLA faculty and alumni contributed ideas, expertise and artworks to the $100 million revitalization project.
Q&A with the screenwriter of “Jurassic Park” and “Spider-Man,” whose newest screenplay “KIMI,” debuts Feb. 10 on HBO Max.
Keyes, a professor of ethnomusicology and global jazz studies at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, helped select music for the collection.
The series marks a capstone of years of UCLA Film & Television Archive efforts to share LGBTQ media.
Professors continued helping us better understand our world with their research, students kept excelling and UCLA showed how it helps make Los Angeles a world-class city.
The series begins Jan. 5, 2022, at the Hammer Museum at UCLA
The Librarian of Congress annually selects the United States’ most influential motion pictures for this honor.
The Archive’s free winter offerings, which include a wide variety of screenings, talks and artist tributes, will run from Jan. 21 to March 26.
An exhibition highlighting work from Australia’s Top End opens today at the Fowler Museum at UCLA.
The writer and Latino Film Institute CEO touts the importance of UCLA’s research on inclusion in TV, movies.
A report from UCLA’s Center for Scholars and Storytellers looks at the intersection of race, class and social mobility in shows popular with teens.
In a pre-event Q&A, the entertainer and Obama White House staffer speaks about how both jobs have shaped his worldview.
Wheatley, who taught from 1973 to 1992, was a member of the original Broadway cast of “All the Way Home,” which won the 1961 Pulitzer Prize.
Kenneth Wells’ libretto for “Veteran Journeys” explores the trauma of war, family conflicts, homelessness recovery and hope.
The UCLA Hollywood Diversity Report finds that Latinos were still extremely underrepresented during the 2019–20 season.
The alumna brings her career full circle as part of the UCLA Centennial exhibition, “The Map and the Territory,” which closes Oct. 24.
Leavin was a longtime champion of artists in Los Angeles, and was the lead donor in the renovation of UCLA’s graduate art studios.
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