Monday, April 22

Alumnus and astronomer Robert Hurt works as a visualization scientist, illustrating celestial bodies and processes that cannot currently be photographed due to limitations in technology and too-large distances. (Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC))
Alumnus and astronomer Robert Hurt works as a visualization scientist, illustrating celestial bodies and processes that cannot currently be photographed due to limitations in technology and too-large distances. (Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC))

(Courtesy of Netflix)
(Courtesy of Netflix)

Standing Woman (Heroic Woman) – a 1932 sculpture by Gaston Lachaise – stands in the walkway between Bunche Hall and the Broad Art Center. Columnist Lisa Aubry uses the sculpture to analyze the phenomenon of polarized attitudes toward art, and assert that all interpretations are valid. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
Standing Woman (Heroic Woman) – a 1932 sculpture by Gaston Lachaise – stands in the walkway between Bunche Hall and the Broad Art Center. Columnist Lisa Aubry uses the sculpture to analyze the phenomenon of polarized attitudes toward art, and assert that all interpretations are valid. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus and architecture photographer Minh Tran, who goes by Minh T, scouts and photographs fragments of underrated structures in Los Angeles. Through his work, he said he aims to highlight geometry and simplicity in order to transport viewers into otherworldly temporal and spatial settings.
(Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)
Alumnus and architecture photographer Minh Tran, who goes by Minh T, scouts and photographs fragments of underrated structures in Los Angeles. Through his work, he said he aims to highlight geometry and simplicity in order to transport viewers into otherworldly temporal and spatial settings.
(Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

"The Great Tamer," a piece of dance theater created by Dimitris Papaioannou, premiered in the U.S. on Friday in Royce Hall through the Center for the Art of Performance. (Courtesy of Julian Mommert)
"The Great Tamer," a piece of dance theater created by Dimitris Papaioannou, premiered in the U.S. on Friday in Royce Hall through the Center for the Art of Performance. (Courtesy of Julian Mommert)

David Kipen, a UCLA Writing Programs Lecturer, wrote "Dear Los Angeles: The City in Diaries and Letters," a novel that published Tuesday. Kipen compiled letters and diaries by Los Angeles dwellers and passersby in the work. (Courtesy of Rick Loomis/Los Angeles Times)
David Kipen, a UCLA Writing Programs Lecturer, wrote "Dear Los Angeles: The City in Diaries and Letters," a novel that published Tuesday. Kipen compiled letters and diaries by Los Angeles dwellers and passersby in the work. (Courtesy of Rick Loomis/Los Angeles Times)

Alumna Kristina Wong plans to run for public office. She will deliver her campaign speech Saturday in Chinatown Central Plaza, and her campaign props will be on display as part of one of the solo exhibitions in the Art Salon Chinatown program until December. (Photo courtesy of Tom Fowler)
Alumna Kristina Wong plans to run for public office. She will deliver her campaign speech Saturday in Chinatown Central Plaza, and her campaign props will be on display as part of one of the solo exhibitions in the Art Salon Chinatown program until December. (Photo courtesy of Tom Fowler)


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