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.
Designed to take place in a retail storefront, this public art installation addresses our culture of consumption and convenience through humor, puppetry, and craft.
Hundreds of thousands of entries describe cures, rituals, and healing methods spanning two centuries, with a focus on protecting Indigenous knowledge.
UCLA’s “Engaging Living Religion” will look at how religious beliefs are presented and explored in museum galleries.
LOS ANGELES — I entered UCLA’s Ackerman Student Union hoping to blend in with the student body, find my way to a recently uncovered mural, and document the public’s reactions with an inconspicuous pinhole camera. But the building is a maze of chain eateries. And, after I pass a Carl’s Jr. for the second time, I accept that I’m lost. I turn right at the Jamba Juice and ask for directions.