• 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
  • UCLA's Architecture and Urban Design IDEAS Lecture Series returns for its second year with Walt Disney Imagineering's David Durham speaking on the development of Disney theme parks around the world. (1/20/15)

  • UCLA Department of Art Professor, Catherine Opie, was honoree of this year’s Photo LA fair. (1/19/2015)

  • The new Ostin Music Center includes four mixing rooms, one large recording studio, two small sound-isolating rooms, and a Music Café. Partially funded by music producer and UCLA alumnus Mo Ostin, UCLA hopes to complete the final details of the center by the end of Winter quarter 2015. (1/16/15)

  • Two UCLA Department of Art alumni, Wu Tsang (MFA '10) & Gala Porras-Kim (BA '07), were among the 46 recipients of the Creative Capital Awards which provide emerging artists with the necessary funds to complete important ongoing and new projects. (1/9/15)

  • Catharine Ahearn, MFA candidate in UCLA's Department of Art, was named as one of Forbes '30 Under 30' 2015 for eclectic body of sculptural work. (1/5/15)

More UCLA Arts News

  • Recent International Fulbright Fellow Fran Siegel, CSULB professor of art, will travel to Brazil for four months and will culminate in a drawing exhibition at the Fowler Museum at UCLA. (1/13/15)

  • The Art Gallery of Ontario is set to host "Land lies in water," the first ever Toronto exhibition by Los Angeles–based, German-born, painter and UCLA Art Department Professor, Silke Otto-Knapp. (1/7/15)

  • As we prepare to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the university, one of our most loyal donors has anonymously issued a $100,000 Challenge Gift to the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture. Until January 31, 2015, all donations will be matched by this generous gift.

  • Jens Lindemann was named to the Order of Canada for his skill as a world-renowned trumpet soloist who has played at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and in every major concert venue in the world.

  • 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.

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