Presented together for the first time, seven internationally recognized artists are featured in the UC San Diego exhibition “Stories That We Tell: Art and Identity,” celebrating those who paved the way for greater inclusion by inventing new means to address issues of race and gender.
Philippe Sands has been dedicated to human rights issues throughout his career and has worked on high-profile human rights cases involving abuse. Now, in his book East West Street, Sands explores the creation and development of legal concepts that came about as a result of Hitler's Third Reich which…
Two multimedia installations by Music graduate students based on the sonification of endangered coral reefs will premiere Feb. 8 as part of the 2017-2018 performance season at UC San Diego's Initiative for Digital Exploration of Arts & Sciences (IDEAS) in the Qualcomm Institute.
On Feb. 9, bestselling novelist and activist Cory Doctorow will be back on the UC San Diego campus for a lecture at the Qualcomm Institute on the Earth's finite resources as reflected in his 2017 novel, WALKAWAY.
Three graduate students in choreography, visual arts and music composition are premiering a new multimedia installation and dance performance on January 25 from 5-7pm in the Qualcomm Institute's Atkinson Hall at UC San Diego.
Two new works selected for the prestigious Humana Festival of New American Plays were written by University of California San Diego playwrights, marking the first time a UC San Diego faculty member and MFA student have had their work featured simultaneously.
Four grand pianos. Four jazz pianists who have performed with the likes of Miles Davis and Ella Fitzgerald. The University of California San Diego’s 22nd Annual Lytle Scholarship Concert will feature a unique solo improvisation set from visionary musicians Cecil Lytle, Kei Akagi, Mike Wofford and Tobin…
UC San Diego’s extensive influence in the music, art and literature scene throughout the entire region is on full display this month, with cross-border collaborations, up-close artist encounters and multiple, chest-pounding performances.
The 2017-18 Holocaust Living History Workshops continue this January with six profound lectures focusing on the roles of memory and justice in the process of renewal following the persecution of countless individuals during the Holocaust. The 2018 speakers will remind us that these concepts constitute…
Japanese game developer Cygames, Inc. announced today an academic collaboration with the UC San Diego Center for Research in Entertainment and Learning to create an "x-reality" lab for long-term basic research and shared instrumentation.