Tuesday, July 23




Ina Conradi, an Art|Sci Center resident and associate professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, created “Elysian Fields," a short digital media film meant to honor her late father for his military service. The film features fighter planes and a depiction of the afterlife. (Courtesy of Ina Conradi)

Art to Heart: Digital media artists’ synesthetic storytelling enlivens and humanizes history

This post was updated on May 23 at 1:31 p.m. Art, the universal language, can transcend space and time to reach a diverse audience. We hear this all the time, but do we truly feel the weight of these words? Read more...

Photo: Ina Conradi, an Art|Sci Center resident and associate professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, created “Elysian Fields," a short digital media film meant to honor her late father for his military service. The film features fighter planes and a depiction of the afterlife. (Courtesy of Ina Conradi)

Ina Conradi, an Art|Sci Center resident and associate professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, created “Elysian Fields," a short digital media film meant to honor her late father for his military service. The film features fighter planes and a depiction of the afterlife. (Courtesy of Ina Conradi)

Isaac Brickner is the director of Upside Down, a donation-based cafe in Westwood. Brickner is a missionary with Jews For Jesus, a nonprofit which owns and operates the coffee shop, which had its soft opening March 25. (Tess Horowitz/Daily Bruin)

Cafe review: Donation-based coffee shop Upside Down provides fresh, welcoming environment

Accustomed to the appallingly high expenses at modern coffee shops, I wondered what the prices would be as I walked into Upside Down – only to find that there were none. Read more...

Photo: Isaac Brickner is the director of Upside Down, a donation-based cafe in Westwood. Brickner is a missionary with Jews For Jesus, a nonprofit which owns and operates the coffee shop, which had its soft opening March 25. (Tess Horowitz/Daily Bruin)

Isaac Brickner is the director of Upside Down, a donation-based cafe in Westwood. Brickner is a missionary with Jews For Jesus, a nonprofit which owns and operates the coffee shop, which had its soft opening March 25. (Tess Horowitz/Daily Bruin)