When Donna Ghassemi wanted to create a Persian-based zine, she didn’t limit herself to Los Angeles – she asked people around the world.
What began as asking childhood friends for help has spanned into asking Persian creators all over to contribute to “Dooneh,” a recently created zine for Persian writers and artists in which they can present their work.
This post was updated June 4 at 12:08 p.m.
James Dean might have died in 1955, but he was brought back to life this weekend.
On Saturday, the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society hosted a live table read of the screenplay “James Dean America” in collaboration with the Healing and Education through the Arts Program.
Gods and goddesses will rule over destruction and chaos from campus this week.
An event titled “An Evening of Devised Works,” running Thursday through Saturday in Melnitz Hall, will catalogue their actions.
Nico Muhly’s performance piece may be in three parts, but it is not fractured.
The composer has created works that include classical pieces and film soundtracks, and will deliver a three-part performance, “Archives, Friends, Patterns,” at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Friday.
A critic in the ’80s told L.A. Rebellion filmmaker Alile Sharon Larkin that her short film was terrible.
Years later, the same critic watched the short at a screening of the L.A.
The eyes of “Alita: Battle Angel” loom from billboards throughout Los Angeles.
James Cameron’s latest blockbuster, which released Thursday, features two hours and two minutes of computer-generated image anime eyes, calling back to the film’s anime origin.
Favianna Rodriguez originally created an artwork of monarch butterflies to advocate for freedom of migration back in 2012.
Seven years later, her butterflies are the namesake for an on-campus panel discussion.
In the early 1990s, writer Viet Thanh Nguyen read a book about the Mexican-American border he found timely: “Across the Wire: Life and Hard Times on the Mexican Border,” by Luís Alberto Urrea.
The Hillman Photography Initiative chose Andrea Polli for a project-based partnership, even though she is not a photographer.
Polli, an artist and professor of art and ecology at the University of New Mexico, creates technology-based art pieces to bring attention to how people use and manifest energy.
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