Wednesday, June 26

Third-year aerospace engineering student Ryan Weber creates “glitch art,” which is made by manipulating electronics physically or digitally in ways they are not originally intended to be used. His work will be on display at the Kerckhoff Art Gallery as a part of the Bruin ArtPop exhibition. 
(Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA students to display personal art styles in pop-up show

Live music, digital illustrations, photographs and clothing all feature in Bruin ArtPop. The pop-up art show, which will take place Friday at the Kerckhoff Art Gallery, is the first in a series of exhibitions curator Neha Dhiman said she hopes to plan. Read more...

Photo: Third-year aerospace engineering student Ryan Weber creates “glitch art,” which is made by manipulating electronics physically or digitally in ways they are not originally intended to be used. His work will be on display at the Kerckhoff Art Gallery as a part of the Bruin ArtPop exhibition. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Third-year aerospace engineering student Ryan Weber creates “glitch art,” which is made by manipulating electronics physically or digitally in ways they are not originally intended to be used. His work will be on display at the Kerckhoff Art Gallery as a part of the Bruin ArtPop exhibition. 
(Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Mark McKenna and Ciara Bravo star in “Wayne,” an upcoming YouTube Originals story following the titular character as he searches for his deceased father’s stolen car. 
(Courtesy of Jacara Jenkins)

Upcoming YouTube series ‘Wayne’ uses violence thoughtfully based in character

Shawn Simmons watched a child get beat up by about five other children, only to stand back up and throw a rock at his tormentors. Though he was only about eight years old at the time, the memory stayed with him and eventually inspired a scene in his YouTube Originals series, “Wayne.” Simmons said the scene was the first part he wrote for the show a few years ago, with the boy manifesting as the eponymous character, Wayne. Read more...

Photo: Mark McKenna and Ciara Bravo star in “Wayne,” an upcoming YouTube Originals story following the titular character as he searches for his deceased father’s stolen car. (Courtesy of Jacara Jenkins)

Mark McKenna and Ciara Bravo star in “Wayne,” an upcoming YouTube Originals story following the titular character as he searches for his deceased father’s stolen car. 
(Courtesy of Jacara Jenkins)

Chelsea Bonosky performs in Sarah Elgart's dance film, which will screen at the Depth of Field festival on Wednesday. Elgart said the dance was inspired by VIA 57 WEST, the building featured throughout. (Courtesy of Sarah Elgart)

Dance film symposium to showcase intersection of choreography, cinematography

Eight-year-old Axe’Re Shallowhorn recorded a film of his mother dancing at the beach, throwing sand in front of the camera for special effect. The film, entitled “Entre Terre et Ciel,” or “Between Earth and Sky,” will be screened on the first day of the Depth of Field festival hosted by the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance. Read more...

Photo: Chelsea Bonosky performs in Sarah Elgart's dance film, which will screen at the Depth of Field festival on Wednesday. Elgart said the dance was inspired by VIA 57 WEST, the building featured throughout. (Courtesy of Sarah Elgart)

Chelsea Bonosky performs in Sarah Elgart's dance film, which will screen at the Depth of Field festival on Wednesday. Elgart said the dance was inspired by VIA 57 WEST, the building featured throughout. (Courtesy of Sarah Elgart)


Taylor Mac will perform in "Taylor Mac's Holiday Sauce" in Royce Hall on Friday and Saturday. Machine Dazzle designed the two outfits for the show, using objects like pig heads and elf fingers.(Courtesy of  Little Fang Photography)

Q&A: Designer shares inspiration behind innovative costume designs for ‘Holiday Sauce’

Two green pig heads complete an outfit in “Taylor Mac’s Holiday Sauce.” Accompanied by severed elf fingers, the attire’s goal is to showcase the negative aspects of the holidays in the show. Read more...

Photo: Taylor Mac will perform in "Taylor Mac's Holiday Sauce" in Royce Hall on Friday and Saturday. Machine Dazzle designed the two outfits for the show, using objects like pig heads and elf fingers.(Courtesy of Little Fang Photography)

Taylor Mac will perform in "Taylor Mac's Holiday Sauce" in Royce Hall on Friday and Saturday. Machine Dazzle designed the two outfits for the show, using objects like pig heads and elf fingers.(Courtesy of  Little Fang Photography)

California Donuts, a Koreatown doughnut shop, currently offers a variety of holiday-themed pastries, such as one with a panda in a red hat and one with Santa's head sculpted on it. At the shop, customers purchase their pastries through an ordering window. (Jordan Stewart/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Sugarcoated: Garlanded with Christmas designs, California Donuts spreads sweet holiday cheer

In an era when dessert is often evaluated by its Instagram potential, Los Angeles shines as one of the world’s premier cities for sweet treats. Join Daily Bruin staffers each week as they visit different dessert joints, going behind the scenes to give you an exclusive look into the creation of trending sugary concoctions. Read more...

Photo: California Donuts, a Koreatown doughnut shop, currently offers a variety of holiday-themed pastries, such as one with a panda in a red hat and one with Santa's head sculpted on it. At the shop, customers purchase their pastries through an ordering window. (Jordan Stewart/Daily Bruin senior staff)

California Donuts, a Koreatown doughnut shop, currently offers a variety of holiday-themed pastries, such as one with a panda in a red hat and one with Santa's head sculpted on it. At the shop, customers purchase their pastries through an ordering window. (Jordan Stewart/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Students Laila Sathe (left), Jacob Hambalek (center) and Brendan James (right) performed in a version of Muse’s “Pressure”on the deluxe version of their  “Simulation Theory” album. (Photo illustration by Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations director and Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)

UCLA marching band hits right note in collaboration with Muse

Laila Sathe heard her trumpet during a Thursday Night Football game on television. Her trumpet features in the song “Pressure (feat. UCLA Bruin Marching Band),” an alternate version of “Pressure” from Muse’s newest album, “Simulation Theory.” The alternative rock band’s new album comes in regular, deluxe and super deluxe editions. Read more...

Photo: Students Laila Sathe (left), Jacob Hambalek (center) and Brendan James (right) performed in a version of Muse’s “Pressure”on the deluxe version of their “Simulation Theory” album. (Photo illustration by Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations director and Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Students Laila Sathe (left), Jacob Hambalek (center) and Brendan James (right) performed in a version of Muse’s “Pressure”on the deluxe version of their  “Simulation Theory” album. (Photo illustration by Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations director and Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)


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