MFA Exhibition #3 Apr17

MFA Exhibition #3

The third of four final showcases by 2014 master of fine arts candidates in the UCLA Department of Art, featuring work by Theodora Allen, Anthony Miserendino, Erin Morrison, and Kathleen Ryan. Opening Reception: Thursday, April 17, 5-8pm Show runs: April 17-25, 2014 Gallery hours: Mon-Fri, 9:00am-4:30pm; Sat, 10:00am-6:00pm. Admission is free New Wight Gallery, Broad Art Center, 1100 Broad Art Center, UCLA campus. Parking is available in Lot 3. More info…

Unity Club #12 Apr24

Unity Club #12

The Game Lab is holding an ongoing gathering called Unity Club. All are welcome— beginners can learn the basics, while experienced developers can tackle more difficult problems, meet and work with other programmers. April 24th, 5pm-7pm The UCLA Game Lab, Broad Art Center 3252 Price:...

Chick Corea and Béla...

Master musicians Fleck and Corea combine a variety of musical styles and flavors—from blues to bluegrass, and from classical to country, deliver a mesmerizing live fusion of styles.                                                           Thu., April 24 – 8 p.m., Royce Hall Price: $25-$75...

UCLA Philharmonia Apr24

UCLA Philharmonia

Atwater Kent Strings Concerto Competition Winner Neal Stulberg, conductor Program to be announced. Thursday, April 24, 8 PM Schoenberg Hall Price: $14 general admission, $11 UCLA faculty, staff and students (with ID)  

MFA Upstarts Series: “After Hours” Apr25

MFA Upstarts Series:...

The Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance presents a new dance theater work by third year MFA candidate Sharna Fabiano. Four quirky cafe employees go to great lengths – and heights – to build meaningful connections with one another. Friday, April 25 8 p.m. Glorya Kaufman...

LACO 6: Chopin ̵...

Jeffrey Kahane conductor Natasha Paremski piano Hannah Lash Sound Investment commission (world premiere) Chopin Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor, Op. 21 Haydn Symphony No. 102 in B-flat major Sun., April 27 – 7 p.m., Royce Hall Price: $25-$95 More info…...

Nathaniel Mellors Apr28

Nathaniel Mellors

Mellors makes irreverent, absurd and witty videos, sculptures, performances and writings that challenge ideas of taste, morality, and intelligence. His film The Sophisticated Neanderthal Interview features an interview between a naive contemporary young man and an apparently real Neanderthal....

“Impasse” by Catherine Long Apr28

“Impasse” by Catheri...

“Impasse” is a reconstructed multimedia solo. Movement and video are used to critique meaning relating to gender and disability in the binary of capacity/incapacity.  A presentation and discussion will follow the dance. Cosponsored by WACD and Disability Studies. Monday, April 28...

Ideas Lecture: Boein...

Kevin Meredith, Innovation Cell Network Lead at Boeing, joins us to celebrate and explore a century of pioneering innovation and to share a glimpse into the great possibilities of tomorrow. His talk will focus on how organic innovation is fostered at Boeing and is successfully implemented in...

Behind the Razor Wir...

Dr. Ashley Lucas and Andrew Martinez will perform a version of their journeys through arts practice and research- tracing the intersecting lines of scholarship, activism, theater and dance- grappling with what performance can achieve within spaces where a government restricts its subjects’...

Tea and Morphine: Women in Paris, 1880 to 1914 Apr30

Tea and Morphine: Wo...

Although women were often exalted and idealized in late 19th century French graphic art, many were leading lives of desperation and despair. This exhibition explores how more realistic images began to portray the full range of women’s experiences. More...

Take It or Leave It:  Institution, Image, Ideology Apr30

Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology

Works by 35 artists, including Gretchen Bender, Jimmie Durham, Andrea Fraser, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Mike Kelley, Barbara Kruger, Adrian Piper, Fred Wilson, and David Wojnarowicz, explore intersections between strategies of appropriation and institutional critique in the work of American artists. More info…

Walter Jurmann Voice Competition Apr30

Walter Jurmann Voice...

UCLA’s top voice students will compete for the Walter Jurmann Award for Voice at UCLA. The Jurmann Award celebrates the legacy of Mr. Jurmann’s music, introducing his work to new generations of musicians and audiences while providing important support to UCLA vocal studies students. Open to...

OSK (JON BEASLEY and ISABELLE ALBUQUERQUE) Apr30

OSK (JON BEASLEY and...

Jon Beasley is an artist, designer, filmmaker and art director whose work has been exhibited internationally at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Hammer Museum, and Art Basel Miami among others. Isabelle Albuquerque is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work has been featured in...

UCLA Wind Ensemble Apr30

UCLA Wind Ensemble

“A Little Vernacular Music” Works inspired by folk, jazz, or rock styles: Weill’s Little Threepenny Music, Schuller’s jazz-inspired Eine Kleine Posaunenmusik (A Little Trombone Music), Jonathan Newman’s rock-infused overture, Blow it Up, Start Again, Bolcom’s Graceful Ghost...