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Young the Giant and Fitz and the Tantrums, both Los Angeles-based bands, brought it home for their show at The Forum.
“Running Aground” navigates the choppy waters of the tense relationships within the director’s family.
Graduate directing student Jake O’Hare was inspired to create a documentary reenacting his changing family dynamics after learning about the sailing trips his father Scott, his aunt Sharon, his uncle Craig and his father’s alcoholic stepfather embarked on in the 1970s.
Social justice entertainment may carry a lesson, but it’s far from homework.
The creation, reception and impact of social change films formed the focus of one panel discussion at the second annual Spark Change Summit, which took place in UCLA’s James Bridges Theater on Friday.
Tressie McMillan Cottom and Roxane Gay discussed beauty standards, racism and HGTV celebrities all in one conversation.
The authors and cultural critics held a conversation at the Hammer Museum on Wednesday evening.
Repurposed trash will be the focus of UCLA’s upcoming art show: “Our Ecological Footprint: Expressions of Environmentalism.”
The show will kick off the UCLA Renewable Energy Association’s Waste Awareness Week on Monday.
Lucia Santina Ribisi hand-sewed 20 poetry notebooks for attendees of her first poetry writing workshop to write in.
The first-year art student gave away the books at her poetry writing workshop for survivors of sexual assault.
Nico Young’s after-school skate session ended up on the cover of The New York Times Magazine.
In 2016, the first-year art student’s high school photography teacher sent his photo essay project, which centered around his two friend groups, to The New York Times’ photo editors.
Coleman Collins transitioned from shooting baskets to shooting film.
Prior to coming to UCLA, the graduate art student pursued a professional basketball career spanning over a decade, taking him to countries including Germany, Ukraine and Bahrain.
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