Come witness a remarkable feat today: Provided the weather cooperates, a small house will be lifted seven stories and perched atop a Jacobs School of Engineering building on Warren Mall.
Visual & Performing Arts
Jacobs School alum develops better way to light and animate hair for Disney moviesIt’s not every day that computer science students get invited to a Hollywood premiere to recognize the work they have done.
Award-winning musicians were brought to the doorsteps of UC San Diego students with ArtPower!’s Concert in Close Quarters Oct. 20 when the Vienna-based Hugo Wolf Quartet performed at Sixth College. The concert series is designed to bring the experience of chamber music listening back to its roots with intimate performances in residence halls.
The Pacific Standard Time festival, a celebration and revitalization of Southern California art and the art scene in Los Angeles 1945-1980, marks the nation’s largest creative alliance.
UC San Diego is known for its world-renowned research and for being one of the hottest schools for science, but the campus also has robust programs in the arts and many offerings for students with creative interests. At the heart of the campus is the UC San Diego Crafts Center, where members of the campus and local community have the opportunity to make art ranging from ceramics to glassblowing and photography.
If the thought of pirates conjures up images of Captain Hook, forced plank-walkings, and bad boy pirate of the Caribbean Johnny Depp, it’s time to give pirates a more serious look. Contrary to popular stereotypes, pirates of the early modern period were more than rum-soaked villains of the sea. In fact, they were once an accepted and even welcomed class, and commonly purchased land, married local women, and even became members of the ruling elite in North American colonial communities.
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