This post was updated May 17 at 3:46 p.m.
UCLA alumnus Alivia Brown is assembling anthropology-inspired YouTube videos, filling a rare niche.
The alumnus said she started her channel in 2020, where she posts 10-minute educational videos regarding anthropology terms, introductory topics, key figures, personal experiences and opportunities in the field.
This post was updated April 18 at 9:22 p.m.
Indio is welcoming music back to the valley.
The Empire Polo Fields were once again filled with excited festivalgoers this weekend for the annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
This post was updated Jan. 22 at 8:31 p.m.
Mae Noland’s mystical, monochromatic paintings mesmerize.
The fourth-year art student creates whimsical works that utilize nature and creatures as the main inspirations to contrast society’s constant use of technology.
A chamber of works by Robert L. Goodwin will soon be screened in Westwood.
On Saturday, the UCLA Film & Television Archive will co-present two of Goodwin’s works, “The Upper Chamber’” and “The Death of Simon Jackson” as part of “Lost African American TV: Robert L.
This post was updated Sept. 29 at 8:37 p.m.
Henry Baldwin is layering meticulous patterns in his mixed-media art.
The rising second-year art student finds fulfillment in creating large-scale paintings and artwork that contain the layering of many materials, including plexiglass, canvas, wood, charcoal, and oil and acrylic paint, he said.
This post was updated July 31 at 9:55 p.m.
Ida Tongkumvong is crafting conscientious creations.
With an entrepreneurial mindset and interest in marketing, Tongkumvong created a small business called Pearly Rights, for which she said she sells recycled, handmade beaded items and clothing.
Gersha Jagwani and Shasta Bowens are rebelling against the status quo.
Designers Jagwani, a first-year undeclared student, and Bowens, a third-year psychology student, are entering their first Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA fashion show together Friday with their line, “Rebelle.” The collection combines their own individual styles into one line to create six formalwear looks in total, with three outfits from each designer.
This post was updated May 4 at 8:32 p.m.
Odd Flower Creations is blooming with botanical accessories and homeware.
Amber Sackett, a French language and culture doctoral student and the original founder of Odd Flower Creations, said she started the business in December 2019 as a project to encourage individuals to support social justice organizations.
Medicine and Art at UCLA is capitalizing on the curative properties of creativity.
Founded in 2018, the club provides volunteer opportunities, guest speakers and an artistic outlook for Bruins and pre-health students, president Daniel Talebzadeh Shoushtari said.
This post was updated March 30 at 11:19 p.m.
“Chick Corea Akoustic Band LIVE” celebrates years of collaboration.
John Patitucci, an artist in residence at the Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance at UCLA, received a 2022 Grammy nomination for Best Jazz Instrumental Album for “Chick Corea Akoustic Band LIVE,” along with fellow jazz musicians Chick Corea and Dave Weckl.
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