Anna Ouyang Moench is blending light and dark in her new play.
Opening Friday at the Geffen Playhouse, “Man of God” follows four members of a Korean Christian girls’ youth group after they discover their pastor has hidden a camera in their hotel bathroom during a mission trip to Bangkok.
Starting from humble beginnings, Lot 3 is now amping up its audience.
The self-proclaimed musical collective will be performing an original song, which will be released the day of the event, at this year’s Spring Sing.
Taking inspiration from the season’s plants, new music is sprouting up.
Spring marks a changing period of life, where the old and familiar is regenerated by the warmer weather and sunnier skies.
Editor’s note: The following article contains mentions of sexual assault that may be disturbing to some readers.
Filmmaking serves as a medicine for healing in “Love, Laugh, Doom, Tears.”
The documentary-style film was written and directed by graduate film student Nhung Nguyen, who said her film was born from a very personal space after she was sexually assaulted in May 2020.
This post was updated Feb. 2 at 9:45 p.m.
Born from a childhood friendship, Highball Media is striking a balance between discomfort and laughter.
When they started the production company at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, co-founder and third-year theater student Lucy Urbano said her and third-year film and television student Charlie Stuip’s initial purpose was to give themselves the opportunity to make the absurd art they dreamed of creating since they were children.
From crayons to graffiti, Alex Kizu has drawn his childhood passion into a career.
On Tuesday, artist Alex Kizu, who creates art under the name DEFER, will speak with host Gustavo Tepetla about his experience of being one of the original pioneers of the early Los Angeles graffiti scene as part of the “DISRUPT the Fowler” series.
From the natural to the supernatural, artists are blending personal experience with modern science in a new exhibit.
Fine arts graduate students in the department of design media arts are presenting their work in the exhibit titled “Perspective Slip,” which premiered Oct.
As the weather cools, musicians are channeling summer’s waning energy into crisp autumn releases. Whether it’s reflecting on romantic memories, mixing beloved genres or employing sentimental production, up-and-coming artists have their tracks tailored for a cozy fall playlist.
From doodles to tattoos, Soraya Saghbini’s abstract line art fits on a multitude of mediums.
The third-year biochemistry student said she launched her Instagram page @soosartsyshit and website to sell her artwork back in April 2019 after being encouraged by her close friends to share her work with a wider audience.
The Dreamers are ready to turn their hopes into a reality.
On April 16, singer and radio DJ Connie Blue-Puché released the music video “Call Me A Dreamer” in collaboration with a team of immigrants who came to the U.S.
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