SPRING 2018 EXTRA CREDIT EVENTS
Friday, May 18, 2018 9am - 5pm The Charles E. Young Research Library's Conference Room
Stencil Workshop 11am - 1pm. Register onsite.
The 2018 UCLA LGBTQ Studies Program Presents the 5TH Annual 2018 QScholars Undergraduate Research Symposium!
May 3 - June 24, 2018 (Opening Reception: Sunday, April 29, 2-5pm)
See Sandra de la Loza in the group exhibition "2018 City of Los Angeles (CO:A 2018) Individual Artist Fellowships Exhibition."
Ranging from video and sound installations to photography, this year's COLA fellows explore themes of erasure and reclamation of histories, migration, family archives, and empowered/disempowered female representation in popular media. Many of the artists have responded to today's social and political climate in the creation of their new works.
The COLA 2018 artists were identified through a competitive application process and selected by a panel of arts professionals. This year the selection panel included Marcela Guerrero, Whitney Museum Assistant Curator, Edward Hayes, Director of Exhibitions, Museum of Latin American Art, Isabelle Lutterodt, Director, LAMAG and Barnsdall Park, and Emily Zaiden, Director, Craft in America Center. COLA 2018 is organized by Steven Y. Wong.
March 25-July 15, 2018 at LACMA.
City and Cosmos: The Arts of Teotihuacan
March 25, 2018–July 15, 2018
City and Cosmos focuses both on the main pyramids and residential compounds to explore the central question of how the city worked to create a cohesive civic identity. Featuring both monumental sculptures and buried offerings, the exhibition also emphasizes how artworks relate to place, both above and below ground. New discoveries reveal that both visible and buried works were arranged in specific ways to commemorate the city’s ancestral foundations and to forge relationships with vital, essential forces such as fire and water.
11th Annual Student Altars
Community Focus Gallery
ELAC students in Chicano Studies 7 and 54 will be participating in this campus tradition to commemorate the Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos. The altars, or Ofrendas, will honor various aspects of religion in ancient Mexico, including the Mesoamerican culture, Mexican Revolution & Soldaderas, immigration, historical women, Guadalupe-Tonantzin, and traditional family cultures. Angelita Rovero is the faculty organizer of this exhibit.
A student reception is planned for , at .