The aesthetic in 9th St. Ramen is the fictionalized Los Angeles from “Blade Runner 2049.”
Occupying a modest spot on 9th Street in Downtown Los Angeles, the restaurant has intrigued passersby with the neon glows of its dragon sign since its Feb.
Hollywood has made strides to include more people of color on the silver screen, but according to the annual Hollywood Diversity Report, the industry remains overwhelmingly white and male behind the camera.
Lily Chen-Hafteck believes music can create harmonious feelings in people of all cultural backgrounds.
The professor of music education explores how music is a form of cultural expression in her Fiat Lux seminar, Music 19: “Celebrating Cultural Diversity of Immigrants through Music.” Chen-Hafteck said the course aims to deepen appreciation for the United States’ multicultural society by teaching students about the relationship between music and cultural empathy.
Current literature on indigenous Los Angeles rarely comes from those doing work inside tribal communities.
Wendy Teeter, curator of archaeology at the Fowler Museum, will be giving a lecture at the Fowler Museum on Wednesday to discuss the web-based project “Mapping Indigenous Los Angeles.”
The project includes a series of digital story maps and utilizes indigenous artwork, photographs and videos to chronicle the cultural histories of indigenous LA communities including the Gabrieleño/Tongva and Fernandeño Tataviam nations.
Joy Gong said her play doesn’t have a beginning, middle or end.
“Everything Between Me and My Abstract Desires” debuted Sunday in Macgowan Hall as part of the Shakespeare Company at UCLA’s new works division.
Nicole Corona Diaz said she doesn’t think it’s ever too late for someone to change their career path.
Filmed over the weekend, the fourth-year film student’s untitled 12-minute short film tells the story of a rising college senior who suddenly decides not to take the LSAT despite having prepared her entire academic career for it.
While the eyes are the window to the soul, the hands can be just as expressive.
Meticulous hand gestures and facial expressions make up the performance toolkit of physical storyteller Andrew Dawson, who is showcasing two original works for UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance at Royce Hall through Nov.
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