Tuesday, April 23

Ian McQuown (center) and his roommates David Crane (left) and Nick Smith (right), all fourth-year theater students, are a part of  short-film production company Extremely Decent.
Ian McQuown (center) and his roommates David Crane (left) and Nick Smith (right), all fourth-year theater students, are a part of  short-film production company Extremely Decent.

Courtesy of Carole Bethuel
Courtesy of Carole Bethuel

Members of Owl Fly South Braeden Henderson, a fourth-year ethnomusicology student, and Oliver Dobrian, a second-year 
ethnomusicology student, will be performing at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Members of Owl Fly South Braeden Henderson, a fourth-year ethnomusicology student, and Oliver Dobrian, a second-year 
ethnomusicology student, will be performing at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Undergraduate actors from the school of Theater, Film and Television will perform “A Dark Sun,” a conceptual play directed by graduate student Alex Levy.
Undergraduate actors from the school of Theater, Film and Television will perform “A Dark Sun,” a conceptual play directed by graduate student Alex Levy.

Courtesy of Pamela Springsteen/UCLA
On Saturday, UCLA Live will honor jazz guitarist Kenny Burrell with the “80 Years Young” concert celebration, featuring performances from more than 100 classical, jazz and blues musicians.

Jazzed for Life

When renowned jazz guitarist Kenny Burrell heard about Duke Ellington in college, he said that Ellington's music and life gave him the encouragement to be consistent throughout the years with his music, writing and teaching. Read more...

Courtesy of Pamela Springsteen/UCLA
On Saturday, UCLA Live will honor jazz guitarist Kenny Burrell with the “80 Years Young” concert celebration, featuring performances from more than 100 classical, jazz and blues musicians.

Senga Nengudi is shown setting up nylon mesh, sand and dried rose petals for a performance. "Kiss" will be recreated at the Hammer Museum on Sunday.

	Credit: Hammer Museum
Senga Nengudi is shown setting up nylon mesh, sand and dried rose petals for a performance. "Kiss" will be recreated at the Hammer Museum on Sunday.

	Credit: Hammer Museum

Courtesy of Marc Orrell
Courtesy of Marc Orrell