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.
Students from the History of Psychology course will present their semester projects as part of the 11th annual “CLU History of Psychology Symposium.”
Under the direction of Uziel Colon, student performers in the jazz ensemble play standards and modern classics.
We are excited to welcome back Benjamin Kuo, editor and founder of socalTECH.com, for another startup year in review. He will talk about some of the noteworthy funding deals, acquisitions, exits and trends of 2016, and talk about what might be in store for the future.
Rebecca Campbell's project You are Here features a series of portraits of women artists working in Los Angeles.
Canadian Brass is almost single-handedly responsible for elevating the art of the brass quintet to what it is today.
The Apathy Effect Exhibit immerses viewers in the stories of resilient young survivors of human trafficking from around the world.