Every year, the Student Committee for the Arts cultivates and enriches the art scene at UCLA one campus event at a time.
As a student-run organization, SCA hosts art-related events and programs in an effort to promote student artists and connect the UCLA community to the art scene on and off campus.
This post was updated on 8/14/2022 at 6:50 p.m.
“Fishbowl” gives viewers an intimate look at the scrutiny found within Asian American cultures.
The coming-of-age short film, directed by alumnus Jacqueline Chan, follows two American teenagers, Natalie and Joanne, who have returned home from college for the Chinese New Year holiday.
A24’s latest horror flick just barely delivers in its chilling social commentary.
Released in theaters Friday, “Men” follows troubled widow Harper (Jessie Buckley) as she retreats to the countryside, where a mysterious being in the woods begins to terrorize her – a classic but overused horror movie trope.
After two years away from the stage, Icarus Contemporary will spread its wings at Spring Sing.
The annual event provides a space for UCLA students to showcase their work and will be held May 20 in the Los Angeles Tennis Center this year.
Chinese Culture Night is reigniting Royce Hall.
On Sunday, the UCLA Chinese Students and Scholars Association will host its annual Chinese Culture Night. The event consists of a pre-show art exhibition beginning at 2 p.m., with interactive activities such as calligraphy and 12 performances from different organizations – including UCLA-affiliated and independent groups – beginning at 7:30 p.m.
This post was last updated on 4/6/2022 at 9:05 PM
The Pediatric AIDS Coalition at UCLA put on its dancing shoes for charity.
On Saturday, PAC at UCLA hosted its annual Dance Marathon fundraiser at Drake Stadium and ended the event raising $112,805.42.
This post was updated March 9 at 10:34 p.m.
Joe’s Oasis plans to provide a musical respite for the UCLA community.
Joe’s Oasis will be a recurring series of live jazz performances that will begin Thursday.
“Stormy Weather” has hit the Billy Wilder Theater. On Saturday, the UCLA Film & Television Archive presented an Archive Talk, which consisted of a presentation given by special guest Miriam J. Petty, followed by a screening of the 1943 film “Stormy Weather” and an onstage conversation between Petty and Philana Payton.
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