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Letterboxd is powerfully sweeping the box office of public opinion.
It’s an all-too-familiar sight – moments after the credits begin to roll, a dark theater lights up with tiny beacons of orange, green and blue.
Spanning a decade-long career, Hozier’s latest performance brought about a mighty reckoning.
Indie-folk darling Hozier and accompanying band members lit up the Hollywood Bowl on the final United States stop of the “Unreal Unearth Tour 2023” on Saturday night.
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Visionary tales and texts are lighting up the Getty Center.
On Monday night, the Getty Center unveiled the “William Blake: Visionary” exhibition to an audience for the first time during a private reception.
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Amid the concrete of Los Angeles, two MFA students are cultivating a garden of their own.
Graduate students in fine arts Farshid Bazmandegan and Rachel Hakimian Emenaker debuted their exhibit, entitled “We Will Dance in the Garden Again,” at the artist-run space Guest House this month.
This season, musicians are catching rays and producing waves.
Now that summer has officially arrived following the solstice, shimmering sunlight is replacing the June gloom. From starlit, rock-infused ballads to folk songs by the hellfire, artists are bringing the lyrical heat this season.
Artists and audiences kicked off Los Angeles Pride weekend with a picture-perfect celebration at the Getty Center.
In partnership with LA Pride, the Getty Center presented an exhibition and conversation with three LA-based photographers on Wednesday.
Rafael Larrañaga’s designs are bringing Inglewood to Westwood on the FAST runway.
The first-year design media arts student will showcase his first collection, entitled “Epitaph,” at the annual Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA’s 2023 runway show Friday.
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Sophia Bacino & Friends are back to empower lost hearts and rock out in equal measure.
Fourth-year ethnomusicology student Sophia Bacino will be performing with the same lineup from Spring Sing 2022, she said.
Through tales of witches, giants and wolves, “Into the Woods” is a reminder that no one is alone.
Presented by the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, “Into the Woods” will be sweeping into the Little Theater beginning Friday.
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