UCLA 10 Questions: What Matters? ft. Michael Eselun, BCC
The UCLA School of Arts and Architecture presented an interdisciplinary 10 session public event called 10 Questions: Centennial Edition. It featured a panel of experts across the university that engaged in conversations of life’s biggest questions, such as “What Matters?”, “What is Knowledge?”, “What is Love?” and “What is Creativity?”
The 10th and final session, titled “What Matters?” features:
- Michael Eselun, BCC, our chaplain
- Kristy Edmunds, artist, curator and executive and artistic director of Center for the Art of Performance UCLA (CAP UCLA)
- Ali Behdad, professor of literature and director of the Center for Near Eastern Studies at UCLA
To read the KCET event write up click on the link: 10 Thoughts on What Truly Matters?