Sunday, December 16

"World on the Horizon: Swahili Arts Across the Indian Ocean," will be on display in the Fowler Museum on Sunday until Feb. 10. The exhibit holds a collection of art and artifacts from East Africa, specifically the Swahili coast. Erica P. Jones, associate curator of African arts at the Fowler, said the collection is meant to explore the significance of the Swahili coast to the rest of the world. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)
"World on the Horizon: Swahili Arts Across the Indian Ocean," will be on display in the Fowler Museum on Sunday until Feb. 10. The exhibit holds a collection of art and artifacts from East Africa, specifically the Swahili coast. Erica P. Jones, associate curator of African arts at the Fowler, said the collection is meant to explore the significance of the Swahili coast to the rest of the world. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

UCLA alumna and California Institute of the Arts
professor Jo Ann Callis said she constructs shots that express either anxiety or playful sensuality. As she does with many of her works, Callis infuses tension in her photo "Man on Bed with Crumbs." (Courtesy of Jo Ann Callis/ROSEGALLERY)
UCLA alumna and California Institute of the Arts
professor Jo Ann Callis said she constructs shots that express either anxiety or playful sensuality. As she does with many of her works, Callis infuses tension in her photo "Man on Bed with Crumbs." (Courtesy of Jo Ann Callis/ROSEGALLERY)

"La Leyenda Negra," a feature film created by MFA student Patricia Vidal Delgado, follows a student with temporary protected status who is a member of an underground anarchist movement. (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)

Student film spotlights undocumented teens, critiques Trump administration

Patricia Vidal Delgado said if she wasn’t completing her thesis project at UCLA, her film would likely not get funding from anywhere. The directing student will spend her summer shooting the feature film “La Leyenda Negra,” which translates to “The Black Legend.” The film follows Aleteia, a Salvadoran student in Compton, California, with temporary protected status who is also a member of an underground anarchist movement protesting the administration of President Donald Trump. Read more...

"La Leyenda Negra," a feature film created by MFA student Patricia Vidal Delgado, follows a student with temporary protected status who is a member of an underground anarchist movement. (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)

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Chris "Chuff" Kim and Colin Tandy (left to right)
design their own posters, featuring an eclectic array of doodled characters and eccentric phrases, like an anthropomorphic slice of bread and the phrase "Oh shit, that's art?" (Bilal Ismail Ahmed/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Chris "Chuff" Kim and Colin Tandy (left to right)
design their own posters, featuring an eclectic array of doodled characters and eccentric phrases, like an anthropomorphic slice of bread and the phrase "Oh shit, that's art?" (Bilal Ismail Ahmed/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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Raphael Smith, a fourth-year dance student, choreographed "Mad Haus," a piece that uses Vogue Femme dance moves to rebel against the masculine standards that Smith grew up with. (Edward Figueroa/Daily Bruin)
Raphael Smith, a fourth-year dance student, choreographed "Mad Haus," a piece that uses Vogue Femme dance moves to rebel against the masculine standards that Smith grew up with. (Edward Figueroa/Daily Bruin)


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