Upcoming Alumni Events
Black Memorabilia explores the world of racist material, both antique and newly produced, that propagates demeaning representations of African Americans.
The work included in "Common Ground" engages, investigates and questions the concepts of what “community” is.
This year's International Education Week will celebrate “Women Who Choose to Challenge.” Save the dates and stay tuned for the full schedule of programming.
The California Lutheran University Galleries are excited to host an engaging discussion between an artist, a sociologist and an urban planner to collectively examine the framing of communities through architecture, laws (written and unspoken), visual culture, urban planning and more.
An interactive session to learn more powerful ways of presenting information with digital storytelling.
In this webinar, Robert Punkenhofer, founding director of ART&IDEA and co-owner of Carl Suchy & Söhne, will talk about the emotional rollercoaster rides and key learnings he has experienced.
The second of a three-part series of live poetry webinars, “Voices of the Nation: Celebrating the Work of U.S. Poets Laureates” will feature a reading and conversation with Juan Felipe Herrera, U.S. Poet Laureate 2015-2017.
How does an artist accept a reluctant assignment to complete a massive art project while maintaining his sense of artistic and personal integrity? If you are Michelangelo, raised in the House of the Medici and tutored by the leading intellects, you weave your understanding and knowledge of world philosophy, Humanism, Neoplatonism and Kabbalah into the process of producing the art itself. Michelangelo layered his dissatisfaction with the extravagances and personal gains of the papacy into "secret" hidden messages blended deep into the completed work of art, leaving a legacy that is truly unequaled. Please join us in this exploration of the artistic messages and meanings that Michelangelo strategically placed throughout the Sistine Chapel well over 500 years ago.
Chia-Li Chien, PhD, will interview Julie Fortin, CFP®, FBS®, CeFT®, on “How Can Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) Be Integrated Into Financial Planning?” on March 11 at 11 a.m.
The panelists, artist Deborah Marin and Emma Salzman, PhD, will discuss public representations and perceptions of autism, support systems available, and the evolving sociocultural understanding of autism. Moderated by Edlyn Peña, PhD, director of the Autism and Communication Center.