Saturday, May 26

Alumna Ana Fernandez paints everyday scenes from around San Antonio. In "Collier Pool," she captures a Latino family going for a swim in a public pool. (Courtesy of Ana Fernandez)
Alumna Ana Fernandez paints everyday scenes from around San Antonio. In "Collier Pool," she captures a Latino family going for a swim in a public pool. (Courtesy of Ana Fernandez)

The musical adaptation of "Spring Awakening" is often performed, but graduate directing student Evelina Stampa chose the original play to address sensitive topics like sexuality. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)
The musical adaptation of "Spring Awakening" is often performed, but graduate directing student Evelina Stampa chose the original play to address sensitive topics like sexuality. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Fourth-year world arts and cultures student Sebastian Moraga put together “MOVEMENT JOURNAL: Identity, Neighborhood Change, Interdisciplinary Arts,” a journal documenting artists all across the state of California. Moraga spent six months mingling with creatives throughout the state to compile the journal, which features interviews, photographs and essays chronicling the artists' narratives. (Lisa Aubry/Daily Bruin)
Fourth-year world arts and cultures student Sebastian Moraga put together “MOVEMENT JOURNAL: Identity, Neighborhood Change, Interdisciplinary Arts,” a journal documenting artists all across the state of California. Moraga spent six months mingling with creatives throughout the state to compile the journal, which features interviews, photographs and essays chronicling the artists' narratives. (Lisa Aubry/Daily Bruin)

Jared Ortaliza, a second-year human biology and society student, and Mary McHenry, a third-year ethnomusicology student (left to right), planned a showcase called “Visible People” to create a platform for AAPI representation in pop culture. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant photo editor)

‘Visible People’ to showcase Asian-American, Pacific Islander cultural diversity

Mary McHenry and Jared Ortaliza came up with the idea for the show “Visible People” while eating dishes of pad thai and pad see ew. McHenry, a third-year ethnomusicology student and Ortaliza, a second-year pre-human biology and society student, had both been thinking independently about putting together a showcase of Asian-American and Pacific Islander artists. Read more...

Jared Ortaliza, a second-year human biology and society student, and Mary McHenry, a third-year ethnomusicology student (left to right), planned a showcase called “Visible People” to create a platform for AAPI representation in pop culture. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant photo editor)

UCLA Taara, a South Asian classical dance team, will perform a dance on the topic of domestic abuse at "Utsav," an event showcasing South Asian music and dance. (Courtesy of Prasad Golkonda)
UCLA Taara, a South Asian classical dance team, will perform a dance on the topic of domestic abuse at "Utsav," an event showcasing South Asian music and dance. (Courtesy of Prasad Golkonda)

First-year theater student Beatrice Brown and third-year theater student Kaiulani Kennealy (left to right) play Petruchio and Katherine in Shayna Warner’s take on “The Taming of the Shrew.” The play is meant to highlight modern gender ideals within lesbian relationships in the late 20th century, Warner said. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)
First-year theater student Beatrice Brown and third-year theater student Kaiulani Kennealy (left to right) play Petruchio and Katherine in Shayna Warner’s take on “The Taming of the Shrew.” The play is meant to highlight modern gender ideals within lesbian relationships in the late 20th century, Warner said. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Student-run art organization Graphite accepts entries to their journal and online platform, ranging from photography to film to articles. The journal incorporates a certain theme, such as this year's theme, "categories." (Isa Saalabli/Daily Bruin)
Student-run art organization Graphite accepts entries to their journal and online platform, ranging from photography to film to articles. The journal incorporates a certain theme, such as this year's theme, "categories." (Isa Saalabli/Daily Bruin)


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