A Cultural Conversation About Our Border
Local artists embody the Battle for the Island of the Gargantuas
Queer Art Exhibition Taking Place on Campus
Cal Rep's original production "Dreamers: Aquí y Allá" starts off the spring season of "resistance" strong.
SoSoCalKal and other assorted poetry
Young artists learn about expression through mediums of two and three dimensional art.
In this feature, we consider the question activists are asking now: if protests and rallied are too radical and petitions don't "solve anything," how else are we to be heard? The answer? Make art.
In this new age of vanity, Kusama definitely is not ignorant to the new developments of the selfie and social media with her "Infinity Mirrors."
A “larger than life” childhood nostalgic art piece
An artist's message about self love.
Winter ought to come sooner or later, but for now let's just work with what we have in our closets and hope the California climate can finally catch up with the changing season.
A Performance of a Lifetime.
Jackie Sibblies Drury’s long-windedly titled production received a standing ovation at Cal Rep’s debut performance.
Whether it’s in the music or the filmmaking industry, there’s a gritty charm to independent content that can’t be captured in its commercial counterpart.
Born in the U.S. to Oaxacan parents, 21-year-old South Los Angeles photographer Zuly Garcia has taken it upon herself to portray indigenous women and their beauty through a project entitled “Flores Politicos."