Hello Arc+ID students –
A new UNEX summer social campaign just launched on Monday! Please participate for a chance to win a free course!
Contest Rules: Calling all students! Enter to win a free course. Share a photo of yourself at your favorite summer study spot via Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #uclaxsummer and the handle @uclaextension, @uclaxarcid or upload your photo to uclaxsummer.hscampaigns.com. You may submit up to one entry per week. Contest ends July 30.
More details here: Summer Campaign
Share Your Favorite Summer Study Spot and use the hashtag #UCLAxSummer
Curated by UCLA Extension and UCLA Residential Life, TEDxUCLA is Saturday, May 30, 2015.
Meet the thinkers who have dared to go “Beyond the Box”
This year’s TEDxUCLA celebrates speakers who have made careers out of seeing past conventional limitations. A notable speakers that Arc&ID students may find interesting is Susan Packard, Co-Founder of HGTV. For the full list of speakers, click here.
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.
The inaugural TEDxUCLA event took place on June 18, 2011, with the theme of Minding, Mining, Mending, Mapping. Over 15 distinguished speakers, including the global collaboration Culturehub, took to the stage in front of a crowd of over 350 guests to share “ideas worth spreading.” On October 27, 2012 the second TEDxUCLA explored the theme Open. A diverse slate of speakers from UCLA and beyond presented a range of engaging talks on everything from bicycle activism and sexual health advocacy, to the relationships between medical and zoological health. On May 31st, 2014, the third TEDxUCLA took place at the Bridges Theatre at the Northern part of the UCLA Campus. The theme was once again ‘Open’.
This year on May 30th, 2015 we will be having our fourth event, this time at our largest venue so far, Carnesale Commons at UCLA. Since the crowd and interest of our event keeps growing, we have already sold out of the live event tickets, however there are still tickets for the Streaming Event available.
TEDxUCLA Live Simulcast Tickets! DeNeve Auditorium
$15 – Open to ALL (students and general public)
Swag and experience will be the same as live room.
Tickets can be purchased in person at Central Ticket Office (on-campus)
OR via phone to the Central Ticket Office at 310-825-2101
CTO Hours 10am-4pm (M-F)
For more information, please visit http://tickets.ucla.edu/
For more TEDxUCLA information, please visit tedxucla.org
Richard Neutra, Architect: Sketches and Drawings is an ongoing exhibit through the Los Angeles Public Library system. As the website states the exhibit is “An outstanding selection of travel sketches, figure drawings and building renderings by one of modernism’s most important architects, Richard Neutra (1892-1970).”
The sketches, on loan from UCLA’s Charles E. Young Research Library, will be on display in the exhibit until March 28, 2010, at Central Library’s Getty Gallery, 630 W. Fifth St., downtown Los Angeles. The exhibit is free and open to the public during regular library hours. The exhibit can be be accompanied by a free audio tour featuring a discussion among a group of diverse people on the subject of the artistry and importance of Richard Neutra. Produced by Sandpail Productions, the audio tour includes such voices as Ray Kappe, Kelly Lynch, Sarah Lorenzen, Leo Marmol, Dion Neutra, and Victoria Steele. The audio tour will be available in the gallery via cell phone or by download to an mp3 player.
We encourage you all the make a visit. It’s beautiful and FREE!
UCLA is hosting a new speaker series about sustainability. Their calendar listing states: “In this series leading academics, policymakers, and practitioners discuss how cities, counties, and regions can meet the challenges of mitigating and adapting to climate change. While much attention is focused on the federal American Clean Energy and Security Act and the international UNFCCC meeting in Copenhagen, we will examine what can be done at the local level to reduce emissions and adapt to climate change.”
On Monday, November 2, they will host the discussion “Making Green Affordable: Barriers to Creating Energy Efficient Non- Profit Housing.”(2:00 PM – 3:00 PM at the UCLA School of Public Affairs, Room 1246) Abode Communities Vice President and Director of Architecture Tim Kohut, AIA and LEED AP, will speak about challenges to building green affordable housing. FREE and open to the public. Find detailed event and RSVP Info for this and other happenings HERE.
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