Rawls, a 2020–2021 UC Regents professor, will explore themes that inform his research into stop-motion filmmaking.
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UCLA alumna Janna Ireland finds hidden beauty in her book “Regarding Paul R. Williams: A Photographer’s View.”
In recognition of Black History Month, we highlight this special collection.
Feature films, shorts and discussions highlight Asian American artists and themes of history, struggle and joy.
The financial awards will cover research and planning for “Pacific Standard Time” projects, which will debut in 2024.
Brown, who taught at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television from the late 90s through 2014, died Jan. 19 from COVID-19 complications.
UCLA has received a grant of $1.38 million from Lilly Endowment Inc. to support a new endeavor called “Engaging Lived Religion in the 21st Century Museum.”
The memorial honors the victims and survivors of a mass shooting in Tucson, Arizona, on Jan. 8, 2011.
Librarians and staff will present dozens of virtual events designed to help students, faculty, staff and others access the library's resources and advance knowledge.
UCLA Film & Television Archive is home to more than 100 materials featuring the civil rights icon.
“Possible Worlds,” which launches in February 2021, invites some of today’s most imaginative intellectual leaders to speak on the future of humanity.
HaDuong will become the fourth director in the organization’s 55-year history and the first woman and person of color to lead the film archive.
UCLA leadership, faculty, staff and students displayed the resiliency, creativity and ingenuity that embody our values.
Classrooms created artwork that was presented during the ‘10 Questions’ program.
The center, formed thanks to a $6.75 million gift, will foster artistic creativity, scholarship, performance and cultural expression.
He chats about switching schools, his goals for the program and how opportunities for lighting designers have changed.
Faculty member Movses Pogossian played a lead role in developing the new collection of works by composer Tigran Mansurian.
Megan Rosenbloom reveals the dark history of anthropodermic bibliopegy.
Ross died Sept. 16 at his home in Los Angeles after a long illness. He was 73.
The public can check out billboards by Larry Johnson in L.A.’s MacArthur Park neighborhood and video installations by Kahlil Joseph throughout the city.
Although minorities overall are becoming better represented in entertainment, that progress largely hasn’t touched Latinos.
The UCLA Hollywood Diversity Report suggests the industry must do more to meet the moment.
Artist Rebeca Méndez created a poster for the League of Women Voters and the American Institute of Graphic Arts.
The gift from Robert and Toni Crisell highlights the legacy of and artistic practice of the 20th-century Southern California wood engraver and naturalist.
Six students won Alfred P. Sloan Foundation fellowships for projects that incorporated accurate and plausible science into their stories.