Monday, December 10

Maya Hochstadter's "Untitled" 
(Courtesy of Maya Hochstadter)

	Correction: The original version of this caption miscredited the artist.

Art Peace exhibition presents vision of unity for Middle East

Among the emotional paintings and political photographs on the wall in the Kerckhoff Art Gallery is a single poem, inspired by the complexities and contradictions of Israel and one of the final pieces of the Art Peace exhibition. Read more...

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Maya Hochstadter's "Untitled"
(Courtesy of Maya Hochstadter)

Correction: The original version of this caption miscredited the artist.

Maya Hochstadter's "Untitled" 
(Courtesy of Maya Hochstadter)

	Correction: The original version of this caption miscredited the artist.


Fourth-year psychology student Ava Dobrzynska is the creator of "The Beauty in Surviving" art gala, a fundraising event that will educate attendees on the dangers of cancer and will display art by "The Simpsons" director Chuck Sheetz. The gala will be held at the Fowler Museum today, and proceeds from the event will go to benefit the American Cancer Society.

'The Beauty of Surviving' art gala to feature photography, live music to reflect personalities of cancer survivors

Ava Dobrzynska wants the world to know that she is more than just an ovarian cancer survivor "“ she's an artist and dancer with an insatiable appetite for life. Read more...

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Fourth-year psychology student Ava Dobrzynska is the creator of "The Beauty in Surviving" art gala, a fundraising event that will educate attendees on the dangers of cancer and will display art by "The Simpsons" director Chuck Sheetz. The gala will be held at the Fowler Museum today, and proceeds from the event will go to benefit the American Cancer Society.

Fourth-year psychology student Ava Dobrzynska is the creator of "The Beauty in Surviving" art gala, a fundraising event that will educate attendees on the dangers of cancer and will display art by "The Simpsons" director Chuck Sheetz. The gala will be held at the Fowler Museum today, and proceeds from the event will go to benefit the American Cancer Society.


Fourth-year world arts and cultures and psychology student Lisie Rosenberg rehearses for the annual World Arts and Cultures Senior Showcase.

WAC seniors showcase their creative collaborations

The fourth-year world arts and cultures and psychology student has expressed herself through dance since she was a child, especially over the past two quarters as she works on her senior project, the culmination of her four years of study at UCLA. Read more...

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Fourth-year world arts and cultures and psychology student Lisie Rosenberg rehearses for the annual World Arts and Cultures Senior Showcase.

Fourth-year world arts and cultures and psychology student Lisie Rosenberg rehearses for the annual World Arts and Cultures Senior Showcase.


Linn Meyers works on the Hammer Museum's lobby wall. Her artwork features consecutive lines drawn in repetitive patterns within pre-drawn circles. 
(Courtesy of Amanda Law)

Linn Meyers’ “˜Every now. And again.’ at the Hammer Museum explores philosophy of aesthetic design through intricate uses of lines

One line follows another as artist Linn Meyers' hand guides vibrant yellow paint in circular spirals across the dark violet walls of the Hammer Museum's lobby. Read more...

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Linn Meyers works on the Hammer Museum's lobby wall. Her artwork features consecutive lines drawn in repetitive patterns within pre-drawn circles.
(Courtesy of Amanda Law)

Linn Meyers works on the Hammer Museum's lobby wall. Her artwork features consecutive lines drawn in repetitive patterns within pre-drawn circles. 
(Courtesy of Amanda Law)


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