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This crucifixion illustration is a 12th century German example of an illuminated manuscript. It is part of a new collection on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum through Nov. 27.

	Credit: J. Paul Getty Museum

Faith, illuminated

To some, a title like "In the Beginning Was the Word: Medieval Gospel Illumination" evokes ideas antithetical to modernity: tradition, religion and non-reproducibility. Read more...

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This crucifixion illustration is a 12th century German example of an illuminated manuscript. It is part of a new collection on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum through Nov. 27.

Credit: J. Paul Getty Museum

This crucifixion illustration is a 12th century German example of an illuminated manuscript. It is part of a new collection on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum through Nov. 27.

	Credit: J. Paul Getty Museum

From left to right, Jesse Sharp, Roger Kuch and Justin Gordon perform in the Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble's "Comedy of Errors."

	Courtesy of Seth Miller

Theater Review: "Comedy of Errors"

For what may be their final performance as the main theater troupe of Santa Monica's Powerhouse Theater, the Los Angeles Theater Ensemble is putting on a free production of Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors." Read more...

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From left to right, Jesse Sharp, Roger Kuch and Justin Gordon perform in the Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble's "Comedy of Errors."

Courtesy of Seth Miller

From left to right, Jesse Sharp, Roger Kuch and Justin Gordon perform in the Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble's "Comedy of Errors."

	Courtesy of Seth Miller


Credit: Kathi & Gary Cypress Collection
"A Larger Valley, Millington," a watercolor painting by David Hockney, is on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center as part of its "Luminous Paper" exhibition, which runs through Oct. 23.

Elemental art

Even among the other simple drafts and outlines on display, one sketch in the J. Paul Getty Museum's exhibition "Luminous Paper: British Watercolors and Drawings" at the Getty Center seems particularly unfinished. Read more...

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Credit: Kathi & Gary Cypress Collection
"A Larger Valley, Millington," a watercolor painting by David Hockney, is on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center as part of its "Luminous Paper" exhibition, which runs through Oct. 23.

Credit: Kathi & Gary Cypress Collection
"A Larger Valley, Millington," a watercolor painting by David Hockney, is on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center as part of its "Luminous Paper" exhibition, which runs through Oct. 23.


UCLA alumna Jennifer Jajeh's theater show "I Heart Hamas: And Other Things I'm Afraid To Tell You" recently finished its run at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.

	Courtesy of Jennifer Jajeh

Alumna Jennifer Jajeh receives critical acclaim for solo theater show 'I Heart Hamas: And Other Things I'm Afraid to Tell You'

Years ago, UCLA alumna Jennifer Jajeh was just a young woman searching for her identity. Her search would take her from America to Palestine, and would later inspire her solo theater show "I Heart Hamas: And Other Things I'm Afraid To Tell You" "“ an autobiographical tragicomedy which has met with critical acclaim and outrage alike. The show just finished its run at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Read more...

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UCLA alumna Jennifer Jajeh's theater show "I Heart Hamas: And Other Things I'm Afraid To Tell You" recently finished its run at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.

Courtesy of Jennifer Jajeh

UCLA alumna Jennifer Jajeh's theater show "I Heart Hamas: And Other Things I'm Afraid To Tell You" recently finished its run at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.

	Courtesy of Jennifer Jajeh



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