Upcoming Alumni Events
Carl Dobsky’s oil paintings of the savage arena of crude and cruel human behavior are coming to the Kwan Fong Gallery in November.
The Otherworld is an exhibit of visionary paintings by artists who imagine the world as another place, where alternatives to everyday reality are made manifest, and landscapes, animals and people are transformed.
Online via Zoom
WWI began with an act of terrorism. WWII ended with the dropping of two atomic bombs. Though an interval of 19 years divides them, future historians will likely evaluate these global wars as one long war. This class will explore the causes, conduct and consequences of global war in the beginning of the 20th century.
The 23rd annual Nordic Spirit Symposium will be a two-day virtual program of live presentations.
HyFlex (Lundring Events Center & Online via Zoom)
This class will give an overview of the works of artists including Thomas Gainsborough, Thomas Lawrence, George Stubbs, William Hogarth and Angelica Kauffman, and of the art of Britain starting from the founding of the Royal Academy of Arts.
We invite you to discover Lunar New Year's Eve activities at the CGE like putting up new year red decorations, enjoying a small lunch reunion, giving each other red envelopes with lucky money, and more!
This course will focus on the popular styles and design influences from the Pilgrim, Georgian, Federal, Classical Revival, Victorian and Beaux Arts eras. The course will include discussion of the various furniture styles in relation to their interior settings.
This course will seek to go back in time to see the foundations of Judaism and the foundations of Christianity, acknowledging what these two faiths have in common and how they can learn from one another.
Join us just before the exhibit closes as Visual Arts professor and curator Michael Pearce, PhD, leads a tour of the wildly popular exhibit of work that transports viewers to Otherworlds.
This course will explore the social history of our city through legendary hotels and restaurants that have attracted guests since the 1850s. We will focus on the trends and stories behind the Hollywood hot spots.