Friday, October 19

Members of the sustainable fashion club Unravel participated in a clothing swap at their last club meeting. Members swapped shirts, pants and other garments. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

Newly formed Unravel addresses fashion sustainability on campus

Grace Reynolds created Unravel at UCLA with the goal of unraveling misconceptions about fashion production. The fourth-year economics and global studies student organized the club at the beginning of spring quarter, branching off from a sustainable clothing campaign in E3, an environmental sustainability club on campus. Read more...

Photo: Members of the sustainable fashion club Unravel participated in a clothing swap at their last club meeting. Members swapped shirts, pants and other garments. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

Members of the sustainable fashion club Unravel participated in a clothing swap at their last club meeting. Members swapped shirts, pants and other garments. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)


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NFMLA’s monthly film festivals highlight work of lesser-known filmmakers

NewFilmmakers Los Angeles has worked with emerging filmmakers that have gone on to shoot pilots for Disney Channel and Warner Bros. The LA-based nonprofit organization, which started in 2007, provides a platform for independent filmmakers from around the world to showcase their work, in the form of monthly film-screening festivals held at the South Park Center. Read more...

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(Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Graduate student Paul Carlo Esposito is displaying his exhibition, "Life Alert," at the Broad Art Center. The exhibition features a variety of art forms such as video and kinetic sculptures and will represent the relationship between living organisms and technology. (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)

MFA student presents exhibit with human interface, life-like technology

A Life Alert commercial inspired the name of Paul Carlo Esposito’s latest exhibition. Esposito said his exhibition alerts audience members of their connection to all living things. Read more...

Photo: Graduate student Paul Carlo Esposito is displaying his exhibition, "Life Alert," at the Broad Art Center. The exhibition features a variety of art forms such as video and kinetic sculptures and will represent the relationship between living organisms and technology. (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Graduate student Paul Carlo Esposito is displaying his exhibition, "Life Alert," at the Broad Art Center. The exhibition features a variety of art forms such as video and kinetic sculptures and will represent the relationship between living organisms and technology. (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Hana Kim, a UCLA alumna, recently won the Center Theatre Group’s $10,000 Richard E. Sherwood Award for her work as a projection and set designer. The award honors emerging artists in the Los Angeles theater community who exhibit exceptional talent and push the boundaries of their field. (Courtesy of Ryan Miller/Capture Imaging)

Alumna wins award for emerging artists by breaking theater convention

Hana Kim’s production designs range from digital forest nymphs to kaleidoscopic collages of hands and piano keys. The 2012 UCLA MFA alumna was awarded the Center Theatre Group’s $10,000 Richard E. Read more...

Photo: Hana Kim, a UCLA alumna, recently won the Center Theatre Group’s $10,000 Richard E. Sherwood Award for her work as a projection and set designer. The award honors emerging artists in the Los Angeles theater community who exhibit exceptional talent and push the boundaries of their field. (Courtesy of Ryan Miller/Capture Imaging)

Hana Kim, a UCLA alumna, recently won the Center Theatre Group’s $10,000 Richard E. Sherwood Award for her work as a projection and set designer. The award honors emerging artists in the Los Angeles theater community who exhibit exceptional talent and push the boundaries of their field. (Courtesy of Ryan Miller/Capture Imaging)