• Fowler in Focus: Encountering Ancient Colombia–A Journey through the Magdalena Valley
      Fowler in Focus: Encountering Ancient Colombia–A Journey through the Magdalena Valley
  • You See LA
      Your Guide to UCLA Arts
  • The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris
      The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris, Opening at the Hammer Museum Oct. 11
  • Black Lives Matter: Artists and Intellectuals Creating a Movement
      A conversation with Toni Morrison in conjunction with CAP UCLA's presentation of Desdemona
      SCALE UP! ROBOTIC CARTOGRAPHY exhibition in Perloff Hall.
  • Nova Jiang (MFA, '09), was selected as the winner of the first Art in Public Spaces competition presented by UCLA Arts and the Westfield Group. Jiang was awarded a $200,000 budget with which to realize her vision for the Red Car, a public sculptural installation. (9/18/15)

  • Greg Lynn, professor of architecture and urban design at the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture, is among a select group of architects named to represent the United States at the 2016 Venice Biennale. (9/11/15)

  • Find out how the UCLA Art and Global Health Center's study abroad program and partnership with the Theatre of the Oppressed "allows communities to actively re-imagine the world by dramatizing real-life scenarios of oppression" in The Daily Bruin. (8/10/15)

  • Edward Goldman salutes the Hammer Museum for having "one of the most engaging and daring programs of public events and cutting edge discussions that have taken place here in our city in recent years" on KCRW's Art Talk. (08/04/15)

  • UCLA Art alumnus Rafa Esparza is building a structure that will transform the interior of Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE). In the LA Times, Esparza says he "want[s] this to be an all-around sensorial experience that is completely different from what people normally experience when they walk into a gallery." (7/23/15)

More UCLA Arts News

  • The Visual and Performing Arts Education Program has been designated the 2015 UCLA Community Program of the Year Catalyst Award Recipient. The Catalyst Award recognizes a UCLA Community program that has made a significant impact in the communities it serves.

  • Diane Favro, professor and director of UCLA Experiential Technologies Center, named new associate dean, of academic affairs for the School of the Arts and Architecture.

  • Lionel Popkin, professor, choreographer, and performer, named the new chair of the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance.

  • Film music composer and UCLA Music Alumnus James Horner passed away on June 22. The New York Times offers a rememberance his life and accomplishments.

  • David Roussève named interim dean of UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture.

  • Senior student, India Carney, was a semi-finalist on The Voice. The Los Angeles Times predicts that she will continue on to forge a successful career in music.

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