Student artist Symphony Esqueda paints portraits of female bodies that emphasize realistic depictions instead of societal beauty standards through including stretch marks and natural body fat. She said she embraces her Chicana heritage in her art by painting the figures with darker skin tones. (Lauren Kim/Daily Bruin)
Portraits of nude bodies pique curiosity in Symphony Esqueda’s paintings, cultivating a platform for women of all bodies and sizes to be seen.
The first-year English student said she creates art from a place of overcoming her insecurities and addressing societal standards of the female body.
Traditional theater practices have taken an intermission this fall as UCLA’s graduate program in theater adapts to the virtual stage.
One of this year‘s MFA acting projects is an online production of an excerpt from José Rivera’s play, “Marisol,” which premiered live through YouTube on Nov.
UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance is bringing Shakespeare back to the virtual campus.
From Sept. 17 to Nov. 15, CAP UCLA had been promoting Forced Entertainment’s online theater series, “Complete Works: Table Top Shakespeare: At Home,” where the members performed abridged versions of four of Shakespeare’s 36 plays each week using household items as their cast.
The Theatre of the Electric Mouth is taking a byte out of the possibilities of artificial intelligence.
Formed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the virtual theater collective explores the connection between technology and theatrical performance.
Choreographer Ronald K. Brown is providing lessons on salvation through dance in his piece, “Grace.”
The three-day event showcasing “Grace” began yesterday, shown virtually over the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA’s online channel.
Art students are sharing more than just their screens in a new virtual gallery.
This year, UCLA’s design media arts graduate program took its fall exhibition online with the theme “Share Screen.” From Oct.
This post was updated Nov. 15 at 6:04 p.m.
The next move for Christopher Aguirre’s career as a choreographer is just the beginning.
The second-year dance and communication student was invited to choreograph for The Nexxt Move, a two-day dance intensive in several cities across the United States and in London.
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