It’s simple! Just check out our calendar of events, choose the performance you’d like to attend and fill out our RSVP form. We’ll send you confirmation via email and more details about your visit. Be sure to sign up early—reservations are first-come first-served!
Admission to all DFS activities is free.
You are responsible for your own transportation to UCLA, and any substitute teacher arrangements.
Design for Sharing’s Perloff Memorial Bus Fund helps us ensure that every school has an opportunity to experience the arts at UCLA. We do our best to provide as many buses as possible for each event, though we do often receive more requests than we can accommodate.
To apply for subsidized bus transportation for your visit to UCLA, please complete Bus Request section of the RSVP form.
Each bus has a maximum capacity of 52 for high school (2 per seat) or 76 for elementary school (3 per seat).
Absolutely. Just be sure to include them in your head count when you fill out the RSVP form—we’ll need to reserve enough seats for them.
Chaperones are expected to sit with students and help maintain appropriate standards of behavior.
Demonstration Performances are generally about an hour (55-70 minutes)with no intermission.
Education resources will be emailed in PDF format about a week before the performance. We send them to the contact person noted on the RSVP form. If that's you, please be sure to share them with other teachers attending.
Materials from past events are available in our Downloadable Reference Materials section.
Of course! We hope you’ll take this opportunity to explore UCLA and enjoy our campus.
You can access a PDF of the UCLA Self-Guided Tour here. If you don't have time for a full tour, you can still feel free to check out the Sculpture Garden, the Bruin Bear, or one of our many libraries, museums, and galleries--whatever interests you and your students.
If you bring sack lunches, we will store them in the lobby during the performance. There is no dedicated lunch area, but you are welcome to picnic in any open space on campus. There are many grassy areas that are perfect for an outdoor lunch. We just ask that you are respectful of the classrooms and offices nearby.
Older students may want to buy lunch at one of the many campus eateries. Be sure to allow plenty of time—lines can be long during the lunch rush.
These workshops offer students an opportunity to interact with artists in hands-on programs. Many are geared towards younger audiences in grades K-3, and are held in the Royce Hall Rehearsal Room. Attendance for these events is limited to 150 students. Some events are targeted specifically to older students, and offer activities that provide a window into an artist's creative process.
If you’d like to attend one of these events, send us an e-mail or give us a call to let us know you’re interested. We’ll need to know the number of students and the grade levels you would like to send. We’ll contact you when we have an event that meets your needs.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 310-825-7681 for more information.