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July 19, 2021 1:02 p.m.
‘For the Love of L.A.’ exhibit showcases local artists, reflects on social issues

UCLA alumnus and City of Glendale’s principal Arts & Culture administrator Jennifer Fukutomi-Jones (left) poses with art she curated for The Music Center’s third season of “For the Love of L.A.” Fellow alumnus Daniel Soto (right) worked with Fukutomi-Jones on the exhibit as The Music Center’s program manager of programming and community engagement. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin senior staff)

This post was updated July 25 at 3:53 p.m.
Los Angeles artists are shining a spotlight on social justice issues.
The Music Center is introducing works by 35 of the city’s creators in dance, music, visual culture and more for the third season of “For the Love of L.A.,” which is available until Aug.

By Hailey Esses


June 6, 2021 7:03 p.m.
UCLA student’s final theater project brings the stage to your car

One theater student used his love for storytelling to create live entertainment in a COVID-19-safe setting.
Held in one of UCLA’s parking structures on Saturday nights, “Experiments in Drive-in Storytelling” is fourth-year theater student Frank Demma’s senior thesis project.

By Breanna Diaz

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