• Fowler at Fifty
      The Fowler Museum celebrates its 50th anniversary
  • Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974-1989
      Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974-1989
  • You See LA
      Your Guide to UCLA Arts
  • Sixteen graduating master of fine arts candidates will present work in the New Wight Gallery ranging from photography, to drawings, to static objects and models. (3/5/15)

  • A.UD Professor Diane Favro sought to uncover the truth behind Caesar Augustus' famous declaration, "I found Rome a city of bricks and left it a city of marble," by using advanced modeling software. (3/4/15)

  • Poet Andrew Max Maxwell and Design|Media Arts Professor Casey Reas reasconsider the role of computer code and systems in art practice in the Art + Technology Lab conversation at LACMA. (3/3/15)

  • UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music Student India Carney amazed the coaches of 'The Voice.' With graduation looming, India is hoping The Voice can help her make the transition from music student to professional singer. (3/3/15)

  • African jazz singer Somi, an artist in residence at the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA, performed with Grammy Award-winning composer, Billy Childs, at The Crest Theater. (3/2/15)

More UCLA Arts News

  • 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.

  • TIF SIGFRIDS is happy to present New Color Photographs, a solo exhibition of photography by Marten Elder, Department of Art Graduate (MFA 13'). (3/10/15)

  • 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)

  • 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.

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