Monday, November 18

With its mural-covered walls and dim chandelier lighting, The Fonda Theatre is the perfect place to watch a show in an intimate setting. The venue is close to campus and offers numerous performances from obscure artists at a price point cheaper than typical arena shows. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

A look at the variety of concert venues LA has to offer

The Fonda Theatre: The heavy sound of music bounces off the mural-covered walls of The Fonda Theatre. Walking to the venue, the stars of the Hollywood Walk of Fame cover the ground. Read more...

Photo: With its mural-covered walls and dim chandelier lighting, The Fonda Theatre is the perfect place to watch a show in an intimate setting. The venue is close to campus and offers numerous performances from obscure artists at a price point cheaper than typical arena shows. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

With its mural-covered walls and dim chandelier lighting, The Fonda Theatre is the perfect place to watch a show in an intimate setting. The venue is close to campus and offers numerous performances from obscure artists at a price point cheaper than typical arena shows. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Guest lecturer Christian Green’s summer class "Cardi B and Respectability Politics: Intersectionality of Race, Gender, and Sexuality” analyzes U.S. history and the role of black women in American society. 
(Courtesy of Charles Jones)

Summer class on Cardi B explores re-okurrr-ing issues of respectability politics

Only a student in guest lecturer Christian Green’s class could get away with writing “Okurrr” in one of their papers. Green, an alumnus of the African American Studies department, is using Cardi B as his muse for his course, “Cardi B and Respectability Politics: Intersectionality of Race, Gender, and Sexuality.” The class, he said, analyzes U.S. Read more...

Photo: Guest lecturer Christian Green’s summer class "Cardi B and Respectability Politics: Intersectionality of Race, Gender, and Sexuality” analyzes U.S. history and the role of black women in American society. (Courtesy of Charles Jones)

Guest lecturer Christian Green’s summer class "Cardi B and Respectability Politics: Intersectionality of Race, Gender, and Sexuality” analyzes U.S. history and the role of black women in American society. 
(Courtesy of Charles Jones)

Sameer Gadhia, lead vocalist of Young the Giant, donned a bright yellow overcoat for the band's Los Angeles performance at The Forum. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Concert review: Fitz and the Tantrums, Young the Giant are complementary in colorful performance

This post was updated August 13 at 12:19 p.m. Young the Giant and Fitz and the Tantrums, both Los Angeles-based bands, brought it home for their show at The Forum. Read more...

Photo: Sameer Gadhia, lead vocalist of Young the Giant, donned a bright yellow overcoat for the band's Los Angeles performance at The Forum. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Sameer Gadhia, lead vocalist of Young the Giant, donned a bright yellow overcoat for the band's Los Angeles performance at The Forum. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)




Incoming fourth-year design media arts student Dillon Bastan creates art that typically incorporates music from synthesizers and sounds from the spaces around him, such as gadgets creating repetitive noises or a metal can being kicked by audience members. He said his work appears simple, as he does not add extra embellishments, instead focusing on the sounds he creates. 
(Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Student’s sound sculptures explore intersection of technology and art

Dillon Bastan was instructed to draw for an art class – but instead he made his own invention. Such projects are typical for the incoming fourth-year design media arts student, who said he uses his knowledge of programming and circuitry to make art with sound. Read more...

Photo: Incoming fourth-year design media arts student Dillon Bastan creates art that typically incorporates music from synthesizers and sounds from the spaces around him, such as gadgets creating repetitive noises or a metal can being kicked by audience members. He said his work appears simple, as he does not add extra embellishments, instead focusing on the sounds he creates. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Incoming fourth-year design media arts student Dillon Bastan creates art that typically incorporates music from synthesizers and sounds from the spaces around him, such as gadgets creating repetitive noises or a metal can being kicked by audience members. He said his work appears simple, as he does not add extra embellishments, instead focusing on the sounds he creates. 
(Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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