UCLA Arts Event Series
UCLA Architecture and Urban Design Professors Dana Cuff and Greg Lynn will be featured in a newly announced event series from UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture. '10 Questions,' a unique hybrid academic course and public event series, will bring together leading minds from across UCLA to discuss 10 timely and fundamental questions.
Beginning October 2, every Tuesday for 10 weeks UCLA faculty members from disciplines as diverse as dance, medicine, photography, astrophysics, athletics, Chicana and Chicano studies, law, philosophy and religious studies will join UCLA Arts Dean Brett Steele to explore a fundamental question such as: What is space? What is failure? What is freedom?
Additional UCLA faculty participants include fine art photographer Catherine Opie; sociologist and co-author of the Hollywood Diversity Report Darnell Hunt, who serves as dean of the division of social sciences in the UCLA College; astronomer and MacArthur Fellow Andrea Ghez; labor and immigration expert Abel Valenzuela; artist, curator and Executive and Artistic Director of CAP UCLA, Kristy Edmunds; neuroscientist and dean of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Dr. Kelsey Martin; theater director and MacArthur Fellow Peter Sellars; artist Andrea Fraser; psychological anthropologist and dean of the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, Marcelo Suárez-Orozco; UCLA gymnastics head coach Valorie Kondos Field; director of the Institute on Inequality and Democracy at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, Ananya Roy; and Shakespeare scholar and poet Robert Watson.
The series begins on Tuesday, October 2 and runs through December 4, 2018. All lectures will be from 6:30 to 8:30 PM in the Glorya Kaufman Hall Theater (Room 200) on the UCLA campus. Pay by space parking is available on campus adjacent to Kaufman Hall (Structure 4).
The series is free and open to the public (RSVP REQUIRED).