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Saturday, December 16

Fourth-year Cathy Yount combined her interests in theater and science by majoring in human biology and society while working with Hooligan Theatre Company. Drawing from her teaching experience at ArtBridge, a program that uses arts to teach a variety of subjects in local schools, she will go on to intern with the arts education outreach department at Musical Theatre West. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)
Fourth-year Cathy Yount combined her interests in theater and science by majoring in human biology and society while working with Hooligan Theatre Company. Drawing from her teaching experience at ArtBridge, a program that uses arts to teach a variety of subjects in local schools, she will go on to intern with the arts education outreach department at Musical Theatre West. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

D'Lo, a transgender actor and UCLA alumnus, will be featured at "art TRANSforms us" Tuesday at the Northwest Campus Auditorium on the Hill. The event will be presented by TransUP and Social Awareness Network for Activism through Art. (Courtesy of Jack Kaden)
D'Lo, a transgender actor and UCLA alumnus, will be featured at "art TRANSforms us" Tuesday at the Northwest Campus Auditorium on the Hill. The event will be presented by TransUP and Social Awareness Network for Activism through Art. (Courtesy of Jack Kaden)

Fourth-year biology student Elizabeth Palmer created the John Wooden Center Art Commission competition with submissions open to the UCLA community due Friday. (Tamaryn Kong/Daily Bruin)
Fourth-year biology student Elizabeth Palmer created the John Wooden Center Art Commission competition with submissions open to the UCLA community due Friday. (Tamaryn Kong/Daily Bruin)

Hooligan Theatre Company will put on “The Wedding Singer,” a new-age rock musical set in the 1980s based off of the 1998 movie of the same name starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, Friday through Sunday at the Freud Playhouse. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin)
Hooligan Theatre Company will put on “The Wedding Singer,” a new-age rock musical set in the 1980s based off of the 1998 movie of the same name starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, Friday through Sunday at the Freud Playhouse. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin)

Maria Hassabi's "Plastic" exhibition at the Hammer Museum features dancers sprawled out around the grounds of the museum. 
(Max Himmelrich/Daily Bruin)

Art Exhibit Review: ‘Plastic’

In a technologically-driven society where attention spans are increasingly conditioned by the immediate fulfillment of our digital devices, there exists a group of dancers whose languid movements challenge the contemporary human. Read more...

Maria Hassabi's "Plastic" exhibition at the Hammer Museum features dancers sprawled out around the grounds of the museum. 
(Max Himmelrich/Daily Bruin)

Graduate architectural student Adrien Forney picked up his position as a French teaching assistant after he answered a campus-wide email posting. Forney's experience with the language stems from conversations with his mother, who is from France, and his time at Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Graduate architectural student Adrien Forney picked up his position as a French teaching assistant after he answered a campus-wide email posting. Forney's experience with the language stems from conversations with his mother, who is from France, and his time at Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Co-presented by the Hammer Museum and PBS SoCal, "Endangered Languages" works toward revealing and celebrating languages that are disappearing worldwide. In addition to showing footage from the documentary "Language Matters with Bob Holman," the event will feature performers and speakers, including the Los Angeles poet laureate Luis Rodriguez. (Hammer Museum)
Co-presented by the Hammer Museum and PBS SoCal, "Endangered Languages" works toward revealing and celebrating languages that are disappearing worldwide. In addition to showing footage from the documentary "Language Matters with Bob Holman," the event will feature performers and speakers, including the Los Angeles poet laureate Luis Rodriguez. (Hammer Museum)


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