Arts & Humanities

A multimedia look at McCarthyism

Upcoming play ‘Galileo in America’ explores collision of art, science and politics.

Daniel Do-Khanh

Fortunate son

Daniel Do-Khanh ’93 has come a long way since he and his parents fled Vietnam during the fall of Saigon in April 1975, leaving behind their home and all of their belongings. Today he’s a successful attorney working out of a spacious Irvine office with a sweeping view of the Orange County coast, but Do-Khanh […]

Acting out ageism

The UC Irvine Program in Geriatrics has instituted an innovative live theater performance that highlights the dos and don’ts of patient care for older adults.

Yael Bartana's “... and Europe will be stunned”

Double debut

Israeli video artist Yael Bartana debuts film trilogy at new UCI gallery.

Revisiting the radicalization of an alumna

Art aficionados can retrace Barbara T. Smith’s journey from Pasadena homemaker to performance art pioneer at UC Irvine’s University Art Gallery, which is hosting “The Radicalization of a ’50s Housewife” through Dec. 4. Featuring paintings, drawings, sculpture, personal letters and a video installation, the exhibit is a tribute to Smith’s seminal 1981 work “Birthdaze,” which […]

A life well scripted

Claire Trevor Professor of Drama Robert Cohen to be feted with festival, theater renamed in his honor.

Greek tragedy to unfold on campus

Drama students mount outdoor production of modernized ‘Antigone.’

Bridget Cooks

Out of the shadows

Bridget Cooks sheds light on African American art, cultural imagery.

Wall art for all

Many students had a hand in creating a new mural for UCI’s Cross-Cultural Center. The 12-by-18-foot collaborative artwork will be officially unveiled Sept. 22, during UCI Welcome Week.

Giving teens a creative outlet

UCI’s inaugural Summer Academy in the Arts draws budding thespians, digital videographers.