(Isabella Lee/Illustrations Director)
Every year, the Student Committee for the Arts cultivates and enriches the art scene at UCLA one campus event at a time.
As a student-run organization, SCA hosts art-related events and programs in an effort to promote student artists and connect the UCLA community to the art scene on and off campus.
This post was updated on 8/14/2022 at 6:45 p.m.
Like the theme of her pieces, Ang3larts came naturally to Angela Dugan.
Through her business Ang3larts, the alumnus sells handmade items of mixed media, ranging from crochet to illustrated prints, both online and at outdoor venues.
This post was updated July 31 at 9:55 p.m.
Ida Tongkumvong is crafting conscientious creations.
With an entrepreneurial mindset and interest in marketing, Tongkumvong created a small business called Pearly Rights, for which she said she sells recycled, handmade beaded items and clothing.
For Laura Campos, business is blooming.
The second-year human biology and society student handcrafts pieces, including wired and beaded jewelry, which she sells through her small business, Laura’s Lovely Crafts.
Fully student-run, the University Cooperative Housing Association is housing a legacy of community.
Founded in 1936, the UCHA co-op is a nonprofit organization that provides affordable housing for students and the larger academic community in Westwood.
One student’s part-time job has blossomed into her own business.
Michelle Miranda, a second-year political science student, is the owner of “Garden by Michelle,” an Instagram-based floral shop.
Luka/Isa Gidwani is forging their own bejeweled path.
As the owner and creator of Venitulz, the fourth-year philosophy student said they converted their brand from a secondhand clothing store exclusively on Depop into a jewelry business that sells their handmade pieces through their website, Instagram and Etsy.
Colin Curtis is breaking bread in Westwood.
Originally baking as a hobby, the third-year mathematics of computation student said he spontaneously started a bread business called Bussin Bread after realizing there were few places in Westwood that served freshly baked bread.
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