Saturday, May 26

Alumna Ana Fernandez paints everyday scenes from around San Antonio. In "Collier Pool," she captures a Latino family going for a swim in a public pool. (Courtesy of Ana Fernandez)
Alumna Ana Fernandez paints everyday scenes from around San Antonio. In "Collier Pool," she captures a Latino family going for a swim in a public pool. (Courtesy of Ana Fernandez)

Student-run art organization Graphite accepts entries to their journal and online platform, ranging from photography to film to articles. The journal incorporates a certain theme, such as this year's theme, "categories." (Isa Saalabli/Daily Bruin)
Student-run art organization Graphite accepts entries to their journal and online platform, ranging from photography to film to articles. The journal incorporates a certain theme, such as this year's theme, "categories." (Isa Saalabli/Daily Bruin)

Comic book creator Howard Chaykin spoke at the workshop, "Graphic Design in the Service of Narrative," part of ComicCon 2018. The event, sponsored by UCLA's Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, spanned Monday and Tuesday at Royce Hall. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)
Comic book creator Howard Chaykin spoke at the workshop, "Graphic Design in the Service of Narrative," part of ComicCon 2018. The event, sponsored by UCLA's Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, spanned Monday and Tuesday at Royce Hall. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)
(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)

UCLA’s Music of Thailand Ensemble was founded in 1964, but went on hiatus since 1985. The ensemble opened again in 2016, and is open to all students and faculty. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)
UCLA’s Music of Thailand Ensemble was founded in 1964, but went on hiatus since 1985. The ensemble opened again in 2016, and is open to all students and faculty. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Chris Whitaker)

Theater review: ‘Significant Other’

“Significant Other” blasts Céline Dion’s cheesiest hits to highlight uncomfortable truths about romance. Running April 3 through May 6 at the Geffen Playhouse, “Significant Other” depicts the loneliness that follows as the prime of youth is left behind and replaced by the expectations of maturity. Read more...

(Courtesy of Chris Whitaker)

Students in the UCLA Klezmer Music Ensemble play a traditional form of Eastern European Jewish folk music. Klezmer became a part of American-Jewish life in the 1970s and 1980s as a way for baby boomers to find their own form of folk music. (Edward Figueroa/Daily Bruin)
Students in the UCLA Klezmer Music Ensemble play a traditional form of Eastern European Jewish folk music. Klezmer became a part of American-Jewish life in the 1970s and 1980s as a way for baby boomers to find their own form of folk music. (Edward Figueroa/Daily Bruin)


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