Whether a plastic bag store, a soundscape mapped to L.A. terrain or dances created for 2-D, they’re all presented to you, our audience, from a cooperative practice.
This fall we worked with our neighboring colleagues the Hammer Museum and The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), the Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA and our new associate curators J. Ivy and Lisa Kaplan. Ready to join the collaboration? Scroll down and explore.
FALL PROGRAMS AT-A-GLANCE
Ellen Reid SOUNDWALK is a free, GPS-enabled work of public art that uses music to illuminate the natural environment. Created by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and sound artist Ellen Reid, the experience is guided by the listener: the path you choose dictates the music you hear, and no two journeys will be exactly the same. It joins CAP UCLA’s ongoing presentation of the full-scale SOUNDWALK for Los Angeles’ Griffith Park, both accessible through the app.
Step into a sunny day by the sea. This theatrical installation stunned audiences at the 2019 Venice Biennale, earning its all-female creative team the coveted Golden Lion. Sun & Sea’s L.A. premiere will take place at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA with 13 vocalists and 10 tons of sand.
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The return of The Tune In Festival will be a four-day convening of more than 30 artists and ensembles coming together in cross-cultural solidarity to pay respect to the time-honored tradition of music and poetry as sources of resilience, protest and inspiration.
2021-22 Artist Residencies
UCLA Nimoy Theater
As the performing arts sector adapts to this transformative time, CAP UCLA is developing a dynamic space for a re-imagined future. The Nimoy is envisioned as a much-needed public platform for contemporary performance and a cultural gathering space where the potential of performing artists and audiences will evolve together. Stay tuned for updates throughout the season as we get closer to opening the new Nimoy Theater in the winter of 2023.
Art In Action
A wide range of live and virtual art activities for students and audiences of all ages. It is how we play together, make stuff and share ideas.
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The staff at CAP UCLA is a passionate group of art lovers. Thank you for your fantastic work for another season to come.
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