Wednesday, December 19


Master of fine arts in directing student Conor Hanratty's production of "Pains of Youth" opens tonight at Macgowan Hall. The play focuses on six promiscuous medical students whose lives intertwine as they balance school and life in their boarding house.

“˜Pains of Youth’ play depicts brutal coming-of-age of Austrian medical students in 1920s

A moment of violence occurs between two women who grow competitive over a man. Tensions soar and the situation results in a vicious brawl in which the character of Irene, played by fourth-year musical theater student Leah Bezozo, is tied by her auburn hair to the base of an ottoman. Read more...

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Master of fine arts in directing student Conor Hanratty's production of "Pains of Youth" opens tonight at Macgowan Hall. The play focuses on six promiscuous medical students whose lives intertwine as they balance school and life in their boarding house.

Master of fine arts in directing student Conor Hanratty's production of "Pains of Youth" opens tonight at Macgowan Hall. The play focuses on six promiscuous medical students whose lives intertwine as they balance school and life in their boarding house.

"The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and Her Heartless Grandmother" will premiere Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Little Theater at Macgowan Hall. The story follows a Colombian girl who lives with a wealth-obsessed grandmother.

Theater student adapts Latin American author Gabriel García Márquez’s novella “˜The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and Her Heartless Grandmother’ for the stage

Long Story Short: Undergraduate actress explores journey with 'heartless'

May 23, 2011 – Second-year theater student Briana Gantsweg plays a dark and abusive character in UCLA's "The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Erendira and Her Heartless Grandmother." Although Gantsweg has little in common with the mean, old woman she plays, she talks about what it takes to get into character.

Long Story Short airs Mondays at 6:00 p.m. on UCLAradio.com. Listen to the whole episode here or visit our broadcast archive.

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"Long Story Short: Undergraduate actress explores journey with 'heartless'"

Latin American author Gabriel García Márquez surprised Monica Payne in the last two pages of his novella "The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and Her Heartless Grandmother" with a hopeful ending. Read more...

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"The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and Her Heartless Grandmother" will premiere Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Little Theater at Macgowan Hall. The story follows a Colombian girl who lives with a wealth-obsessed grandmother.

"The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and Her Heartless Grandmother" will premiere Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Little Theater at Macgowan Hall. The story follows a Colombian girl who lives with a wealth-obsessed grandmother.

A screenshot from one of the games presented at the first annual Intermural Game Carnival, which will be among the games featured today at 5 p.m. at the UCLA Game Lab in the first floor of the Broad Arts Center.

	courtesy of David Elliott

Game Lab presents first game carnival

UCLA Game Lab members share thoughts behind art of gaming

May 19, 2011 "“ The UCLA Game Lab's 1st Annual Intermural Carnival tonight will give young game designers from all over Southern California a chance to showcase their new game projects and demos. We spoke with cinema and media studies graduate student and Game Lab member Bryan Wuest about the philosophy behind gaming. Game Lab director and Design | Media Arts professor Eddo Stern also chats about some of his shocking"“literally"“game design concepts. [1:31]

"UCLA Game Lab members share thoughts behind art of gaming"

King Arthur pulled Excalibur from the stone, Thor wielded his mighty hammer, and the UCLA Game Lab has the Eli Broad sword "“ or at least a couple drawings of it on its walls and door. Read more...

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A screenshot from one of the games presented at the first annual Intermural Game Carnival, which will be among the games featured today at 5 p.m. at the UCLA Game Lab in the first floor of the Broad Arts Center.

courtesy of David Elliott

A screenshot from one of the games presented at the first annual Intermural Game Carnival, which will be among the games featured today at 5 p.m. at the UCLA Game Lab in the first floor of the Broad Arts Center.

	courtesy of David Elliott

Alberto Korda's print of female soldiers in Havana's Plaza de la Revolución, the same place where Korda shot his famous image of Che Guevara, is among the photographs on view at the Getty's "Revolutionary Cuba: From Walker Evans To Now."

“˜A Revolutionary Project’ on Cuba exhibited at Getty

Each of the dozens of photographs in the Getty Museum's "A Revolutionary Project: Cuba from Walker Evans to Now" has a label next to it, except one. Read more...

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Alberto Korda's print of female soldiers in Havana's Plaza de la Revolución, the same place where Korda shot his famous image of Che Guevara, is among the photographs on view at the Getty's "Revolutionary Cuba: From Walker Evans To Now."

Alberto Korda's print of female soldiers in Havana's Plaza de la Revolución, the same place where Korda shot his famous image of Che Guevara, is among the photographs on view at the Getty's "Revolutionary Cuba: From Walker Evans To Now."


Professors and Ph.DJs from top: George Baker, Stephen Deters, Claudia Mitchell-Kernan, Anthony Seeger and Joseph Teran. (Credit: Hammer Museum)

UCLA professors take a spin as DJs for student audience at Hammer Museum event

Wednesday evening, five UCLA professors will abandon their podiums for the turntable at the UCLA Hammer Museum's "Ph.DJs," an event at which professors will get to spin and share the stories behind some of their favorite songs with a student audience. Professors were each asked to design a short set of four tracks to introduce and play in the museum's Gallery 6 annex. Read more...

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Professors and Ph.DJs from top: George Baker, Stephen Deters, Claudia Mitchell-Kernan, Anthony Seeger and Joseph Teran. (Credit: Hammer Museum)

Professors and Ph.DJs from top: George Baker, Stephen Deters, Claudia Mitchell-Kernan, Anthony Seeger and Joseph Teran. (Credit: Hammer Museum)


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