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  • The 2014 Q Award recipient Emerson College Los Angeles

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    The Digital Journal announced that Emerson College of Los Angeles, designed by Thom Mayne, will be awarded the prestigious Alliance for Quality Construction’s Q Award for its construction of a technologically advanced LEED Gold Certified 10-story buil...
  • California Dreamin'

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    Amir H. Fallah, Art MFA '05, will be participating in a group exhibition titled "California Dreamin'" at Cindy Rucker Gallery in New York. (6/6/14)...
  • Backing Brilliance

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    In an interview with UCLA Magazine, Shirley and Ralph Shapiro say their respect for Fowler Museum director Marla C. Berns, ’73, M.A. ’76, Ph.D. ’86, motivates them to support to support the Museum. (6/3/14)...
  • Breaking Hammer exhibitions chief Brooke Hodge hired by NYC design museum

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    The Los Angeles Times annonces that architecture and design specialist, Brook Hodge, is heading to Manhattan as deputy director of Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, a branch of the Smithsonian Institution. (6-3-14)...
  • Really Loving This Exhibition-Trailer Trend

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    The New York Gallerist appriciates the new practice of museums and artists making video previews to promote their exhibitions. Using "Made in L.A's" trailer, the Gallerist exclaims that this new method is "very entertaining and, apparently, very effec...
  • Art that’s happenin’ in L.A. at the Hammer

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    The Jewish Journal raves about the Hammer Museum's, “Made in L.A. 2014.” Organized by the museum’s chief curator, Connie Butler, along with independent curator Michael Ned Holte, the exhibition features a diverse and eclectic mix of 35 LA artist...
  • Are U.S. Art Museums Finally Taking Latin American Art Seriously?

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    ARTnews shed light on the up and coming fall 2017 exhibits where 46 exhibitions and events around Southern California will be devoted to artists and designers of Latin American descent. The Hammer Museum's 2017 show “The Political Body: Radical Women in...
  • L.A. Talks- Michael Ned Holte

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    L.A. Talks interviewed Michael Ned Holte on his latest biennial "Made in L.A." (6/3/14)...
  • The Modern-Day Posada

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    The Huff-Post Los Angeles raves about Department of Design Media Arts Graduate, Daniel Gonzalez, who's current and exciting work that "lends itself to the political climate of our era" will be featured at the Metro Expo Line at the La Cienega Station. (6...
  • Aspen Times Weekly: Figures of Speech

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    The Aspen Times Weekly announced that its Featured Artist Series includes the likes of photographer Catherine Opie. (6/3/14)...
  • Haute Event: The Hammer Museum’s 5th Annual K.A.M.P. Event

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    The Hammer Museum hosted its fifth annual K.A.M.P. (Kids’ Art Museum Project) where celebrity guests like Jessica Alba, Conan O’Brien, Will Ferrell and Molly Sims helped raise over $200,000 to "cultivate the next generation of art lovers." (5/2...
  • President Clinton to join jazz legends at gala concert

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    The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, and Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, will host the 2014 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Trumpet Competition where students will compete for more than $100,000, a record contract, and a chance to jam with Pre...
  • UCLA receives $685,000 in grants from Getty Foundation

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    The Getty Foundation granted The Chicano Studies Research Center, Fowler Museum, Hammer Museum, and Film and Television Archive a total of $685,000 to research and plan exhibitions for “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.” (5/22/14)...
  • UCLA’s arts department collaborates with nonprofit to open dialogue on sexual health

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    UCLA's Art & UCLA's Global Health Center collaborated with the nonprofit firm Population Communications International Media Impact to discuss sexual health through Soap Operas. (5/22/14)...
  • PST 2017

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    The Hammer Museum will survey women artists in Latin America from 1960 to 1985 as a contribution to Pacific Standard Time: Los Angeles/Latin America which will begin a five-month run at museums, universities and performance spaces around the region st...
  • Students Create 3-D-Printed Wrist Splint

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    Students from UCLA's Department of Architecture and Urban Design created a wrist splint using a 3-D printer. (5/20/14)...
  • UCLA Centennial Campaign

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    The UCLA Newsroom and LA Times announced UCLA's launch of the Centennial Campaign celebrating 100 years of excellence and innovation in higher education and research. This campaign will be the largest such effort of any state university in the country t...
  • UCLA Centennial Campaign Participants

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    Seven UCLA Arts' community members help celebrate the launch of the University's Centennial Campaign. Faculty members and musicians Antonio Lysy and Chi Li; music graduate student Nick Keelaghan; dance graduate students Kevin Williamson and Chankethya Che...
  • Hands-On Art at the MoMA

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    Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art is an exciting exhibition where viewers will be encouraged to touch the artwork. This retrospective is presented by MoMA and co-curated by Connie Butler, chief curator at the Hammer Museum. (5/13/14)...
  • Out and About: Kids Art Museum Project May 18

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    This Sunday The Hammer Museum welcomes kids to participate in hands-on demonstrations and projects with prominent sculptors, painters and architects from Los Angeles. (5/13/14)...