This exhibit features artists who utilize cloth as a statement or a medium.
This exhibition features bronze reductions of acclaimed military sculptures, from antiquity to the Renaissance and the French Revolutionary Wars.
“Uchinanchu” is the self-identifying term for Hawaiian residents of Okinawan heritage. This exhibit presents patchwork and textile-based paintings by Laura Kina, a descendant of Uchinanchu on her father’s side.
Come along as first-year undergraduates at Cal Lutheran reach the culmination of a shared learning experience, and enjoy a special presentation by author and environmentalist Reese Halter.
Spies-Bornemann Center for Education & Technology, Room 140
Elizabeth Vosseller is the director of Growing Kids Therapy Center and specializes in supporting the complex communication needs of students with autism.
Educators, families, and professionals who serve people with autism are invited to attend the annual conference to learn more about supporting and including people with autism who experience complex communication challenges in school and community settings.
In this series, artist Lalla Essaydi strives to disrupt stereotypes and revert to the authentic idea of the harem as a space designated as strictly for women and without overt sexual connotations.
Jamaal May’s collections of poems include the award-winning Hum (2013) and The Big Book of Exit Strategies (2016).
Muvico Thousand Oaks 14
Directed and co-written by Pablo Larraín, El Club received the Grand Jury Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival and Best Director, Best Ensemble and Best Screenplay at the Chicago International Film Festival.
Grant Brimhall Library Community Room
This series of lectures takes a global approach in its examination of the 14th century with discussion of Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, North and South America, and the Far East.