Arts & Culture
This exhibit compares contemporary perspectives on jungles as well as forests from around the world, and even looks beyond humid climates to the concrete jungles in urban environments.
This exhibit highlights posters that were produced to promote films over four decades by some of Puerto Rico’s most celebrated graphic artists.
Featuring works from the William Rolland Collection, this exhibit brings together British landscapes from the mid and late 19th century, with scenes that highlight the period's dependence on animals for labor, comfort, food and friendship.
Under the direction of Uziel Colon, student performers in the jazz ensemble play standards and modern classics.
Rebecca Campbell's project You are Here features a series of portraits of women artists working in Los Angeles.
The Apathy Effect Exhibit immerses viewers in the stories of resilient young survivors of human trafficking from around the world.
The title of a 17th-century painting by Nicolas Poussin Et in Arcadia Ego can be translated, “Even in Arcadia, there am I,” a phrase rich with possible meanings. The exhibition explores the timeless myth of Arcadia as it has been represented by artists and writers.
Cal Lutheran invites the community to an evening of songs and laughter with Cantor Kenny Ellis, honoring the incredible life and celebrating the 90th birthday of Holocaust survivor Clara Knopfler.
Filipinx poet and artist Angela Peñaredondo is author of All Things Lose Thousands of Times.
In a twist on the common image of LGBTQ youth as victims, The Year We Thought About Love reveals the powerful work of a Boston theater troupe, True Colors: OUT Youth Theatre.