Saturday, August 24

(Thomas Tran/Daily Bruin)
(Thomas Tran/Daily Bruin)

Actors gave a reading of a screenplay titled “James Dean America” during an event hosted by the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society. The story follows a producer's assistant who attempts to sway a writer into selling his old script in order to create a film. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)
Actors gave a reading of a screenplay titled “James Dean America” during an event hosted by the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society. The story follows a producer's assistant who attempts to sway a writer into selling his old script in order to create a film. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

Graduate students of acting, directing and playwriting will present “A Creation Myth,” a play that will run Thursday through Saturday and focuses on a group of gods who rule over order and chaos in the human world. 
(Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
Graduate students of acting, directing and playwriting will present “A Creation Myth,” a play that will run Thursday through Saturday and focuses on a group of gods who rule over order and chaos in the human world. 
(Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Composer Nico Muhly will deliver a three-part performance at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Friday. The concert is hosted by the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA.
(Courtesy of Heidi Solander)
Composer Nico Muhly will deliver a three-part performance at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Friday. The concert is hosted by the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA.
(Courtesy of Heidi Solander)

The 1979 L.A. Rebellion film "Your Children Come Back to You" is part of The Broad and Art + Practice's "Time is Running Out of Time: Experimental Film and Video from the L.A. Rebellion and Today." It was directed by alumna  Alile Sharon Larkin, who is part of the wave of L.A. Rebellion films.
(Courtesy of Joshua White)
The 1979 L.A. Rebellion film "Your Children Come Back to You" is part of The Broad and Art + Practice's "Time is Running Out of Time: Experimental Film and Video from the L.A. Rebellion and Today." It was directed by alumna  Alile Sharon Larkin, who is part of the wave of L.A. Rebellion films.
(Courtesy of Joshua White)

(Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox)
(Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox)

Favianna Rodriguez, a self-taught artist, said she believes art should include the voices of as many people as possible. As executive director of CultureStrike, she said she works to include migrant rights in the subject matter of various art forms. (Courtesy of Favianna Rodriguez)
Favianna Rodriguez, a self-taught artist, said she believes art should include the voices of as many people as possible. As executive director of CultureStrike, she said she works to include migrant rights in the subject matter of various art forms. (Courtesy of Favianna Rodriguez)


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