• 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 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)

  • In the midst of a citywide celebration of all things Figaro, the delightful surprise is the little known opera, The Two Figaros (I due Figaro) as performed by the students and faculty of Opera UCLA and the UCLA Philharmonia. (2/22/2015)

  • Expanding her longstanding support of the arts at UCLA, visual artist and philanthropist Elaine Krown Klein has made a $2 million gift to establish the Leo M. Klein and Elaine Krown Klein Chair in Performance Studies in the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. (2/19/15)

  • The Center for the Art of Performance presented the west coast premiers of choreographer Kyle Abraham's The Watershed and When the Wolves Came In. (2/15/15)

  • Design | Media Arts alumna Adeline Ducker and other students share ideas about video games, gender roles, and the increasing population of women in the gaming industry. (2/5/15)

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • 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