Arts & Humanities

"Gulliver" (2001) by Nam June Paik

Exhibition looks at TV with a new eye

The ubiquitous TV becomes sculpture in an exhibit of work by the late mixed-media artist Nam June Paik at Beall Center.

Gary Busby

Growing its own musicals

Drama department’s staging of new musicals gives lovers of the genre a voice in the future of Broadway.

The rooftop of Donald Bren Hall

Undergrad’s photos show eye for light

Photographs by undergraduate Hoang Xuan Pham show fresh perspectives on and off campus.

Costume drawings for "Little Women" production

Dressing ‘Little Women’

On May 29, when the Claire Trevor School of the Arts’ drama department raises the curtain on “Little Women: The Broadway Musical,” the actors will be wearing Caitlin Cisek originals.

Donald Bren Hall rooftop

Eye for light

What could be dismissed as another cold conference room is transformed into a cool, lithe place of possibility. A sprawling university becomes a dramatically lit stage when seen from the lobby of a science hall. When UC Irvine biological sciences undergraduate Hoang Xuan Pham turns his camera on the campus and elsewhere, he renders the […]

Shih Chieh Huang's EX-I-09 exhibit

Mechanical sculpture

Artist transforms electrical detritus into imaginary, evolving organisms in current Beall Center exhibit.

Picture frames

Undergraduate art provokes thought

UC Irvine undergraduate students use art to pose some sticky life questions in ‘Provocations,’ on exhibit through April 17.

TeKeyia Armstrong

‘Young Americans’ at UCI

UCI students pose for Young Americans photography exhibit.

A star on the horizon

The future looks bright for Allison Case ’06, soon to star in ‘Hair’ on Broadway.

Donald McKayle

‘Dance Visions 2009’ celebrates Donald McKayle

UC Irvine’s dance department presents “Dance Visions 2009,” which this year also serves as a celebration of the life and career of an irreplaceable dance treasure, Donald McKayle.