• Making Strange + Sahmat
      The Fowler Museum opened two new exhibitions, "Making Strange" & The Sahmat Collective.
     
  • Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974-1989
      Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974-1989
     
  • You See LA
      Your Guide to UCLA Arts
     
IN THE NEWS
  • Four UCLA faculty members, including Art Department Professor Mary Kelly, are among a distinguished group of 175 of scholars, artists, and scientists from the United States and Canada to receive 2015 Guggenheim Fellowships. (4/9/15)

  • Presented for the second year by the UCLA Game Lab, the Untitled Arcade exhibit will showcase a rotating variety of multiplayer and single player digital games in the Untitled Café. (4/8/13)

  • Legendary jazz guitarist, Kenny Burrell is one of the few living musicians who played with Billie Holiday and knew her well. At UCLA and beyond, Burrell is keeping her music alive and sharing it with a new generation of musicians. (4/7/15)

  • Claire Chase, a flutist and MacArthur "genius," according to the LA Times, "turned UCLA's Schoenberg Hall into a giant lung" on April 4. (4/6/15)

  • Twenty-five students in UCLA’s M.Arch II program are working with Craig Hodgetts, UCLA A.UD facutlty, to design the Hyperloop’s physical reality. (4/1/15)

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Graduating students, for information regarding graduation, caps and gowns, the Senior Survey, and more, please refer to our Commencement page and contact the Office of Student Services at students@arts.ucla.edu if you have any further questions.

  • Merima Tricic, a third-year world arts and cultures, religious studies and political science student, coordinated the event “ISIS and the Enslavement and Trafficking of Women” to open up a conversation about the Islamic State group and how it relates to Islam. (4/9/15)

  • Flexn, directed by Reggie (Regg Roc) Gray and Peter Sellars, is preceded nightly by "Race and the City," a panel discussion on related issues moderated by Sellars. (4/3/15)

  • In commemoration of the centennial of the Armenian Genocide, the Hammer Museum hosts this discussion on the origins of the book and film Ravished Armenia. (3/25/15)

  • Amsterdam’s Stedelijk museum is hosting an extensive retrospective of the works of artist Henri Matisse entitled “The Oasis of Matisse”. This exhibition brings together masterworks on loan from some of the world’s most important museums, including the Hammer Museum. (3/31/15)

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