Artist Catherine Opie, in her first year as the chair of the UCLA Department of Art, told Hyperallergic that the faculty heavily considers how the artists will play off each other.
UCLA MFA in Media Arts Is Accepting Applications for Fall 2022
The program provides a rigorous environment for bold experimentation in new modes of critical thinking and art making in the context of media and technology.
UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance Presents Robin Frohardt’s The Plastic Bag Store
Designed to take place in a retail storefront, this public art installation addresses our culture of consumption and convenience through humor, puppetry, and craft.
Good Fictions: Remembering Peter Wollen
In the years leading up to Peter’s death, I would find myself on occasion writing down our dialogues, both past and present.
Preserving Crucial Moments of Mexican American Religious History
UCLA’s Chicano Studies Research Center will conserve over 14,000 photographs and 125 audio recordings that make up the community’s spiritual patrimony.
Artist and Researcher Dr. Pinar Yoldas Discusses her Experience at UCLA Design Media Arts
The UCLA Design Media Arts MFA is a rigorous environment for critical thinking and art-making in the context of media and technology. Apply by January 9, 2020.
UCLA MFA in Media Arts Is Accepting Applications for Fall 2019
A rigorous environment for bold experimentation in new modes of critical thinking and art making in the context of media and technology.
UCLA Study Holds Smithsonian Accountable for Better Institutional Latino Representation
A new study evaluates Latino representation across the institution. One of the authors, Chon Noriega, discusses the results and why they are indicative of a widespread problem in the art world.
Curator Helen Molesworth Welcomes the “Death Rattle of Our Colonial Past” in Commencement Address
Molesworth gave a passionate commencement address at the University of California, Los Angeles, in which she railed against white supremacy and “outmoded forms of thought.”
The UCLA Game Art Festival Returns with a Whimsical, Political Selection
Now in its fifth year, the UCLA Game Art Festival at the Hammer Museum explores the boundaries of contemporary gaming.
The Masterful, Unsettling Work of a Female Cuban Printmaker
UCLA’s Fowler Museum has organized the first solo museum show in the US for Belkis Ayón, a black Cuban artist who was a master of collography.
Why Are There So Few Black Full Professors of Art History in the US?
Steven Nelson, professor of art history at UCLA, and Director of the African Studies Center, recently tweeted that he is a member of a rare and exceptional group: one of six full professors in art history, who are black, in the United States.