Tuesday, June 25

UCLA's playwright-in-residence Paula Vogel said her works continue to be influenced by the works of playwrights past. Her recent play, "Indecent," is based off Sholem Asch's "God of Vengeance." The documentary screening of "The Rest I Make Up" that Vogel is hosting is inspired by playwright María Irene Fornés, whom Vogel describes as life-changing. (Courtesy of Laurie Sturdevant)

Q&A: Playwright Paula Vogel discusses her play ‘Indecent’ and influential writers

The words of playwrights past continue to influence Pulitzer Prize winner Paula Vogel. The 2018-2019 playwright-in-residence for the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television received the award for her 1997 drama, “How I Learned to Drive.” Her latest work, “Indecent,” is based on the scandal that followed the Broadway debut of the Yiddish play “God of Vengeance,” and will premiere Wednesday at the Ahmanson Theatre. Read more...

Photo: UCLA's playwright-in-residence Paula Vogel said her works continue to be influenced by the works of playwrights past. Her recent play, "Indecent," is based off Sholem Asch's "God of Vengeance." The documentary screening of "The Rest I Make Up" that Vogel is hosting is inspired by playwright María Irene Fornés, whom Vogel describes as life-changing. (Courtesy of Laurie Sturdevant)

UCLA's playwright-in-residence Paula Vogel said her works continue to be influenced by the works of playwrights past. Her recent play, "Indecent," is based off Sholem Asch's "God of Vengeance." The documentary screening of "The Rest I Make Up" that Vogel is hosting is inspired by playwright María Irene Fornés, whom Vogel describes as life-changing. (Courtesy of Laurie Sturdevant)

Actors gave a reading of a screenplay titled “James Dean America” during an event hosted by the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society. The story follows a producer's assistant who attempts to sway a writer into selling his old script in order to create a film. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

UCLA health program hosts live reading of ‘James Dean America’

This post was updated June 4 at 12:08 p.m. James Dean might have died in 1955, but he was brought back to life this weekend. On Saturday, the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society hosted a live table read of the screenplay “James Dean America” in collaboration with the Healing and Education through the Arts Program. Read more...

Photo: Actors gave a reading of a screenplay titled “James Dean America” during an event hosted by the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society. The story follows a producer's assistant who attempts to sway a writer into selling his old script in order to create a film. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

Actors gave a reading of a screenplay titled “James Dean America” during an event hosted by the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society. The story follows a producer's assistant who attempts to sway a writer into selling his old script in order to create a film. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

Julia Koerner incorporated 3D printing and prototyping into her costume design for “Black Panther.” Koerner said she uses the software to teach students about architecture and building design. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

UCLA architecture professor uses 3D printing in forward-thinking fashion designs

This post was updated on June 3 at 6:20 p.m. Julia Koerner said she sees the human body as a smaller version of a building – fashion sheaths the body much like a facade covers a work of architecture. Read more...

Photo: Julia Koerner incorporated 3D printing and prototyping into her costume design for “Black Panther.” Koerner said she uses the software to teach students about architecture and building design. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Julia Koerner incorporated 3D printing and prototyping into her costume design for “Black Panther.” Koerner said she uses the software to teach students about architecture and building design. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Anna Tsai, a first-year physics student, designed "The Garden of Eden" for the 18th Fashion and Student Trends runway show, which took place Thursday night in Pauley Pavilion. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

FAST runway show flaunts student designers’ varied inspirations and backgrounds

A hooded, robelike jacket made out of a KISS T-shirt made its debut among other student fashion lines Thursday night. The collection was one of 14 student fashion lines displayed on the catwalk at the 18th annual Fashion and Student Trends runway show in Pauley Pavilion. Read more...

Photo: Anna Tsai, a first-year physics student, designed "The Garden of Eden" for the 18th Fashion and Student Trends runway show, which took place Thursday night in Pauley Pavilion. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Anna Tsai, a first-year physics student, designed "The Garden of Eden" for the 18th Fashion and Student Trends runway show, which took place Thursday night in Pauley Pavilion. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)


The artist collective CMMND will release its five-song EP at its album release party, which will also feature merchandise for sale and a music visualizer. The group aims to focus on a variety of artistic endeavors. 
(Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

Student-run artist collective CMMND to feature integrative art at EP release party

CMMND will sell basketball shorts, with five color options, in promotion of the artist collective’s first music record. The upcoming five-song EP features over a dozen musicians, many of whom are UCLA students. Read more...

Photo: The artist collective CMMND will release its five-song EP at its album release party, which will also feature merchandise for sale and a music visualizer. The group aims to focus on a variety of artistic endeavors. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

The artist collective CMMND will release its five-song EP at its album release party, which will also feature merchandise for sale and a music visualizer. The group aims to focus on a variety of artistic endeavors. 
(Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

(Photo illustration by Daily Bruin staff)

FAST Runway Show 2019

The 2019 FAST Runway Show will take place Thursday in Pauley Pavilion. Take a look at some of the student models who will take the catwalk and various clothing lines crafted by student designers. Read more...

Photo: (Photo illustration by Daily Bruin staff)

(Photo illustration by Daily Bruin staff)