• Fowler at Fifty
      The Fowler Museum celebrates its 50th anniversary
     
  • Game Lab
      Geared for Gaming: the UCLA Game Lab
     
  • Jim Hodges: Give More Than You Take
      Jim Hodges: Give More Than You Take @ the Hammer Museum Oct. 3 - Jan. 28
     
  • Mariachi
      Making Musica: the History of Mariachi at UCLA
     
  • UCLA Magazine: Fowler
      When the World Came to Westwood: The Fowler Museum at 50
     
IN THE NEWS
  • UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music is ranked among the top five music schools in the country by the Hollywood Reporter. (11/9/14)

  • UCLA Department of Art recently opened The MFA 2015 Exhibition in Broad Art Center’s New Wight Gallery. The Exhibition will feature the artwork of the 16 students from the department who are graduating in 2015 and closes November 20. (11/7/14)

  • Art Forum discusses CAP UCLA's Exposed: Songs from Unseen Warhol Film and the role that director Kristy Edmunds played in bringing about this performance/film commission and collaboration. (11/4/14)

  • The UCLA Newsroom and Huffington Post both featured the video installation project by Design|Media Arts graduate Refik Anadol (MFA '14) at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. (11/3/14)

  • The Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal featured LACMA's fourth annual Art + Film Gala which honored artist and UCLA profsesor Barbara Kruger and filmmaker Quentin Tarantino who each received a video tribute and standing ovation at the celebrity-packed event. (11/2/14)

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • The Warner Music Group is establishing the Warner Music Prize, a new classical music award, to be given to a musician who demonstrates exceptional promise. In its innagural year, two UCLA Voice Performance alumni have been nominated for the prize.

  • Professor Rebecca Allen has been named chair of the UCLA Department of Design Media Arts. An internationally recognized artist, and research scientist, Allen was the founding chair of the department and as well as the founding co-director of the UCLA Center for Digital Arts.

  • The New York Times announced that Mildred Friedman, accomplished curator and Design|Media Arts alumna (MA '53), passed away at the age of eighty-five on September 3 in Manhattan. She is survived by her husband, Martin L. Friedman, fellow Design|Media Arts alumnus (MA '49).

  • The UCLA Department of Art staff will present an exhibition of work in the New Wight Gallery beginning September 3. Artists include: Chris Bassett, Ed Beller, Deanna Erdmann, Ben Evans, Whitney Hubbs, Jared Pankin, and Steven Simon.

  • NBC Los Angeles featured the Hammer Museum's free Participate Level membership offering. Earn points by visiting the museum and receive member's only benefits.

  • Don't miss our upcoming events: You See LA: Your Guide to UCLA Arts