The Fowler Museum at UCLA explores art and culture from Africa, Asia and the Pacific, and the Americas, past and present. Visit Fowler Museum at UCLA North Campus for a calendar of events.
Student and faculty exhibitions.
One of the most distinguished outdoor sculpture collections in the country, the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden spans more than five acres in UCLA's campus with over 70 sculptures by artists such as Jean Arp, Deborah Butterfield, Alexander Calder, Barbara Hepworth, Jacques Lipchitz, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, Auguste Rodin, and David Smith.
UCLA Live is one of the most unique and significant presenters and producers of performing arts in the country. At the vanguard of dance, music, spoken word, and experimental theater, the program is unrivaled in its breadth and uncommon mix of genres.
Calendar of on-campus Sports, Arts and Lectures
UCLA Film & TV Archive present a full schedule of premieres and films.
The UCLA Department of Music offers a variety of events for the public's enjoyment. Programs include faculty and student recitals and performances of high artistic accomplishment in various genres, as well as visiting artists of national and international renown.
The opportunity to cheer on UCLA sports teams is limitless. Check out the schedule to see what sporting events are currently in season.
Everything UCLA Bruins.
- Jimmy’s Coffee House – coffee and pastries
- Lu Valle – pasta, pizza, sandwiches
- North Campus – Mexican, Deli, Salad bar
- Northern Lights – coffee, pastries, frozen yogurt, sushi
- Carl’s Jr.
- Taco Bell
- Jamba Juice
- Cooperage Dining – sports
- Kerckhoff – coffee, pastries, sandwiches
- Panda Express
- Bombshelter – burgers, Mexican food
- Café Synapse – pizza, sandwiches
EXECUTIVE EDUCATION BUILDING - James A. Collins Executive Education Center
Designed by Henry N. Cobb, design principal of the firm of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, and Ian Bader, project architect at the firm. The Collins Center is part of the Anderson complex, designed in the Romanesque style of central Italy associated with UCLA's traditional buildings. Its brick facade was inspired by that of neighboring Royce Hall, one of the four original UCLA structures and a campus landmark.
THE MAXINE AND EUGENE ROSENFELD LIBRARY
At UCLA Anderson, the library is more than books, brick and mortar. Our physical and electronic environment is designed to facilitate information competency, communication and group work.
Fauna both indigenous to California and non-native to American soil, its collection proven to be one of the most vast and diverse gardens in America.
Janss Steps is the original 87-step entrance to the university. They were named for the Janss brothers who sold all the land that UCLA is built on for about one-third of the going market rate.
The Bruin Bear is 6 feet high, 10 feet long and weighs 2 tons. It was a gift of the UCLA Alumni Association in 1984, marking the association's 50th anniversary.
Royce Hall is UCLA's landmark building, patterned after the church of Sant'Ambrogio in Milan, Italy, by architect David Allison in 1929. The auditorium houses an antique pipe organ and hosts a wide variety of renowned performing artists.
UCLA continues its tradition on into the 21st century as having the most impressive sports history of any college in the nation since 1950. Come see the original Heisman Trophy won by Gary Beban, the Wooden Awards won by Marques Johnson and Ed O'Bannon and the Honda Cups won by our stellar female athletes Lisa Fernandez, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, and Ann Meyers.