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Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA is proud to present Thundercat live at Royce Hall on Friday, May 29th, 2015 at 7p.m.

Opening acts include Teebs and student band Apollo Soul. Tickets are on sale to the public for $25-$35 with fees and can be purchased on Ticketmaster or at UCLA CTO. UCLA students with valid Bruincards get in for free, and those who RSVPed will receive their vouchers via email from UCLA CTO on Thursday, May 28th. The vouchers will be specific to your name and student ID number, and you will be able to pick up your ticket with the voucher and your Bruincard on Friday evening before the show. If you did not RSVP, there will be a standby line at the doors.

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Lo and behold! It’s this time of the year again! Student Committee for the Arts is looking for even more fantastic humans to join our team for the 2015-2016 school year. Our website lists a few of the events we have programmed throughout the years, but some of our favorites include~

– Annual Royce Hall concert with artists such as Thundercat, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Dirty Projectors, Portugal. the Man, Haim, Janelle Monae and many more.

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Join us this upcoming Monday 11/2, for November’s BRAVE SPACE at Northwest Campus Auditorium hosted by Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA!! What is BRAVE SPACE? BRAVE SPACE is the new Residential Life open mic night! It’s every first Monday of the month @ Northwest Campus Auditorium & it provides a space for you […]

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Thanks to the incredible student artists that performed at Arts in the Union this year. Enjoy the photos!     

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The Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA presents a free screening of: The Comedy [2012] “Either remarkably sustained or unrelenting, depending on your point of view, Rick Alverson’s ironically titled The Comedy is an epic display of the over-privileged, eternally adolescent white American male behaving badly. The anomie of entitlement pushed to poisonous extremes […]

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