Four paintings filled with varying blue and green hues are displayed in a gallery. The works by fourth-year art student Mae Noland will be on display in the UCLA Little Gallery until Jan. 22. (Anika Chakrabarti/Photo editor)
This post was updated Jan. 22 at 8:31 p.m.
Mae Noland’s mystical, monochromatic paintings mesmerize.
The fourth-year art student creates whimsical works that utilize nature and creatures as the main inspirations to contrast society’s constant use of technology.
Laughter is contagious at Shenanigans Comedy Club.
This Friday, Shenanigans will be hosting its winter comedy kickoff show at Kerckhoff Hall Grand Salon. The event will showcase the content that members have been working and improving upon since the fal.
This post was updated Jan. 12 at 10:41 p.m.
“Mean Girls” is one name that doesn’t belong in the Burn Book.
The notorious Plastics will be preying on the Hollywood Pantages Theatre stage until Jan.
“Invincible – The Musical” is hitting audiences with its best shot at a reimagined Romeo and Juliet.
Running through Dec. 18, “Invincible” has made its global debut at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.
This post was updated Nov. 16 at 11:44 p.m.
“Driver’s Seat” takes audiences on a ride of personal exploration.
The one-woman show is playing at Theatre 68 Arts Complex in North Hollywood through Nov.
Living in the heart of Los Angeles, students have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the rich art culture both on campus and in Westwood. Read on for the Daily Bruin’s picks for this week’s upcoming theater, film and television events that are sure to put on a show for audiences.
Liz Li is chopping up traditional art media.
The fourth-year design media arts student creates art through various media including zines, posters, graphics and mock-ups of imaginary candy brands.
searching for more articles...
PART-TIME FAMILY ASSISTANT POSITION AVAILABLE Beverly Hills Entertainment Family seeking a smart on their feet Jr. or Sr college student to assist a busy home office. Position occasionally interfaces with the familyâs production office staff, however, your office is on the go and in the personal home. Requirements include experience working as a nanny/personal assistant, knowledge of MAC & Excel, strong phone presence and MUST be a current student or recent college graduate. Attributes should include getting along well with people and presenting well. Must have excellent driving record and experience with teenagers. While this is not a nanny position there are responsibilities assisting two well-mannered, easy-going older teens. $25 per hour for a flexible weekly and weekend schedule. 15 – 20 hours per week required. Please send your resume and note of interest to: [email protected]