Matt Sarafa’s latest collection at New York Fashion Week is another runway under his belt.
The fourth-year design media arts student debuted his fall/winter 2020 collection Friday.
Anyone who’s added music to their Instagram story has acted as a music supervisor, Ryan Svendsen said.
Svendsen, the head of music at Millennium Media, will be a guest panelist at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music’s “Sounds of the Scene: The Art of Music Supervision” discussion Saturday.
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“Miss Jessica is Pregnant” features no character named Jessica, said film preservationist Peter Conheim.
The carelessly titled exploitation recut of J.L.
A trip to Iceland left Cailin Harrison with a crashed car and inspiration for a new play.
The upcoming production “Defenders,” premiering Saturday at The Broadwater Black Box, takes place during World War II and follows three American GIs who become shipwrecked on a remote island in Iceland, which they have been sent to defend.
Twisted dreams often inspire Subi Umakanth’s somber music.
These dreams led Umakanth to Los Angeles, where she said she has made an effort to hone her songwriting process by focusing on herself as an individual artist.
This post was updated Sept. 24 at 9:00 p.m.
The only thing worse than falling in love with your best friend is confessing those feelings the night before they move across the country.
Spencer Spring’s latest single “Bubblegum Boy” follows a crush blown out of proportion.
The second-year English student began making bedroom pop music last year – staying true to the genre by producing music in his own room.
Dark Dazey’s fluctuating band roster reflects the fluidity of the group’s performance, said fourth-year ecology and evolutionary biology student Cole Heramb.
The psychedelic pop-rock band will perform its original song, “Swooning Moon Tune,” at the 2019 Spring Sing competition.
Ben Lerchin uses 3D printing technology to explore the relationship between humans and nature in their solo exhibition.
The exhibition, entitled “Spatial Erratic,” is part of a series of exhibitions by graduate students in UCLA’s department of Design Media Arts.
According to Gaspar Noé, death is sometimes the best thing that can happen to a person.
The Argentine-French filmmaker’s latest film, “Climax,” first premiered at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival and was released in the United States on March 1.
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