My LA Weekly cover story about WriteGirl, a creative writing and mentoring organization that works with teen girls in Los Angeles.
In advance of her appearance at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, the writer, comedian, and podcaster talks about making videos that matter, the duality of the internet, and books she’s loved lately
For her latest project, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Ellen Reid chose a different type of collaborator — L.A.’s natural environment. "Soundwalk" is free app that allows one to walk, hike, or relax at Griffith Park while listening to a site-specific score.
While the impulse to sing together comes naturally, staging it online is far from it. Read some tips for choirs in L.A.
Some handmade masks protect you from viruses; others honor ancestral wisdom.
Even a pandemic can't stop Skylight Theatre Company in Los Feliz from making live theater. They're producing a free series of new short plays, happening every Thursday at 3pm, live on Zoom.
Heidi Duckler Talks About “Underway,” a New Dance Opera That Takes Place Under the 7th Street Bridge
An interview with Heidi Duckler about her dance company’s new production, Underway, which takes place beneath the 7th Street Bridge in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District.
When making a business decision, it helps to have access to large amounts of data about the company and its customers—but only if you understand what the data is telling you.
What matters? UCLA Arts asked Ali Behdad, professor of literature and director of the Center for Near Eastern Studies at UCLA; Kristy Edmunds, artist, curator, and executive and artistic director of CAP UCLA; and Michael Eselun, chaplain for the Simms-Mann/UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology; to share their answers.
As part of UCLA’s School of the Arts and Architecture's "10 Questions" series, astrophysicist Andrea Ghez, user experience designer Evan Sullivan, and choreographer Kyle Abraham talked about everything from what it means to be creative to how we can overcome creative fears.
Now that school is back in session, a plurality of impressive campus art galleries are in full swing as well, offering everything from current students’ works in progress, to sociopolitical exhibitions, to solo shows by emerging artists, to explorations of prominent artists’ cultural impact.
What is knowledge? What kinds of things do we know, and how do we learn them? At UCLA, philosopher and professor Tyler Burge, evolutionary biologist and podcaster Shane Campbell-Staton and theater artist Sylvan Oswald attempted to answer these questions.