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.
As educators, we need to know the digital space and actual student usage of social media tools. This session will focus on social media, through the lens of student development and learning as well as educator leadership development.
Celebrate the official launch of the Autism and Communication Center at Cal Lutheran. Steve Silberman, award-winning author of the book NeuroTribes will be the keynote speaker.
“Uchinanchu” is the self-identifying term for Hawaiian residents of Okinawan heritage. Laura Kina, a descendant of Uchinanchu on her father’s side, will discuss her exhibit of patchwork and textile-based paintings. Begins at 6 p.m.
Shattered Glass, written and performed by Mohammad Moussa, is a multimedia spoken word performance about the tragic shooting of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on Feb. 10, 2015.
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.
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.