Sunday, March 24

Los Angeles Ballet performed both "Serenade" and "La Sylphide" at Royce Hall on Saturday. The two contrasting performances allowed the other to shine, one for its simple staging and the other for its intricacy. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
Los Angeles Ballet performed both "Serenade" and "La Sylphide" at Royce Hall on Saturday. The two contrasting performances allowed the other to shine, one for its simple staging and the other for its intricacy. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Fourth-year art history student Yimeng Yuan's short film "The Melancholy of March" follows a young child on a family picnic during which he interacts with a ghost his father cannot see. Despite the supernatural turn, Yuan said the film takes a lighthearted tone through the children's interactions while also exploring a strained father-child relationship. (Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)
Fourth-year art history student Yimeng Yuan's short film "The Melancholy of March" follows a young child on a family picnic during which he interacts with a ghost his father cannot see. Despite the supernatural turn, Yuan said the film takes a lighthearted tone through the children's interactions while also exploring a strained father-child relationship. (Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Rabbi Ruth H. Sohn will give a talk Sunday before "Bible Women: The Concert – Voices of our Mothers." The concert will take the traditionally male-dominated narrative of the Torah and reinterpret it with a feminist spin. (Courtesy of Marvin Steindler)
Rabbi Ruth H. Sohn will give a talk Sunday before "Bible Women: The Concert – Voices of our Mothers." The concert will take the traditionally male-dominated narrative of the Torah and reinterpret it with a feminist spin. (Courtesy of Marvin Steindler)

Design media arts regents professor Lars Mueller will give a lecture Tuesday at the Broad Art Center. Through his publishing company, Mueller said he aims to spread art with social messages, utilizing photographs to illuminate text.
(Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)
Design media arts regents professor Lars Mueller will give a lecture Tuesday at the Broad Art Center. Through his publishing company, Mueller said he aims to spread art with social messages, utilizing photographs to illuminate text.
(Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)

Authors John Prendergest, Chouchou Namegabe and Fidel Bafilemba, alongside photographer Ryan Gosling, discussed their collaborative project at the Fowler Museum: a nonfiction book entitled “Congo Stories.” (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)
Authors John Prendergest, Chouchou Namegabe and Fidel Bafilemba, alongside photographer Ryan Gosling, discussed their collaborative project at the Fowler Museum: a nonfiction book entitled “Congo Stories.” (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)

The Foodie Space interactive art exhibit creates a location for foodie Instagrammers and other viewers to immerse themselves in whimsical, interactive elements and murals centered around food. (Courtesy of The Foodie Space)

Viewers can immerse themselves in giant food displays at interactive art exhibit

The Foodie Space caters toward food pho-natics and even lets viewers play with their food. The interactive art exhibit, opening Thursday using the building of the now closed Pasadena Museum of California Art, brings fine art to an unexpected audience: the foodie Instagrammers who have no problem holding up a hungry crowd for the perfect picture. Read more...

The Foodie Space interactive art exhibit creates a location for foodie Instagrammers and other viewers to immerse themselves in whimsical, interactive elements and murals centered around food. (Courtesy of The Foodie Space)

Jerimiah Sims plays Tony in “452,” a short film following him and Rolland, who wakes up in a mysterious location unable to communicate and relies on physical cues and humming sounds. The film utilizes lengthy silences and heightened music to create a sense of discomfort. (Courtesy of Almarosa Estrada)
Jerimiah Sims plays Tony in “452,” a short film following him and Rolland, who wakes up in a mysterious location unable to communicate and relies on physical cues and humming sounds. The film utilizes lengthy silences and heightened music to create a sense of discomfort. (Courtesy of Almarosa Estrada)


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