Monday, September 16

(Madeline Isaacs / Daily Bruin senior staff)
(Madeline Isaacs / Daily Bruin senior staff)

Samad Guerra, a graduating fifth-year world arts and cultures student, discovered a few Gnawa CDs at the music store where he worked. On June 19, Guerra leaves for a six-week program in Morocco to research Gnawa culture. (Jennifer Lin/Daily Bruin)
Samad Guerra, a graduating fifth-year world arts and cultures student, discovered a few Gnawa CDs at the music store where he worked. On June 19, Guerra leaves for a six-week program in Morocco to research Gnawa culture. (Jennifer Lin/Daily Bruin)

A collection of artist Wini Johnson Brewer's bee-themed paintings is being shown in the Kerckhoff Art Gallery until May 30 as part of her exhibit "The Telling of the Bees." Brewer said her art reflects her ideas on the confusion directed toward bees and their plight, similar to the confused state that humanity is in.

(Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)
A collection of artist Wini Johnson Brewer's bee-themed paintings is being shown in the Kerckhoff Art Gallery until May 30 as part of her exhibit "The Telling of the Bees." Brewer said her art reflects her ideas on the confusion directed toward bees and their plight, similar to the confused state that humanity is in.

(Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)

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"Angry College Students," by third-year psychology student Jin Ong, is one of the many original submissions by UCLA students to the annual Art In the Union contest. The Kerckhoff Art Gallery is currently showcasing this year's submissions, which range from drawings and paintings to photographs. 
(Lexy Atmore/Daily Bruin senior staff)
"Angry College Students," by third-year psychology student Jin Ong, is one of the many original submissions by UCLA students to the annual Art In the Union contest. The Kerckhoff Art Gallery is currently showcasing this year's submissions, which range from drawings and paintings to photographs. 
(Lexy Atmore/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics
Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Artist Michelle Jane Lee uses her own alphabet to express herself. Her artwork, mostly bright, minimalistic paintings and drawings, features small blocks of color which represent letters of the alphabet. Lee's work will be featured in the Kerckhoff Art Gallery until April 12.
(Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)
Artist Michelle Jane Lee uses her own alphabet to express herself. Her artwork, mostly bright, minimalistic paintings and drawings, features small blocks of color which represent letters of the alphabet. Lee's work will be featured in the Kerckhoff Art Gallery until April 12.
(Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)


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