In collaboration with Bankside Gallery, the Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture proudly presents an exhibition celebrating William Shakespeare’s life and legacy. Artists from the British Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers will show an exciting and diverse range of works, inspired by Shakespeare’s writings.
The Opening Academic Convocation is a special event held at the beginning of each academic year. All are welcome to attend.
The Center for Nonprofit Leadership presents a lighthearted evening in celebration of the first anniversary of its re-launching, with a keynote address by author and fundraising trainer Kim Klein.
Adjunct faculty member Joseph Peeples showcases the 2,109-pipe Borg Petersen Memorial Organ in 30-minute recitals on the second Friday of each month.
The Love & Loss Project is a documentary theater project based on the true stories of people who have lost a life partner. Playwright/director Claytie Mason of Nebunele Theatre has worked closely with Hospice of the Conejo and their grief support community to create a moving production about partnership and resilience.
The co-author of Listen, We Need to Talk: How to Change Attitudes about LGBT Rights will discusses rapidly-evolving public attitudes toward marriage equality and other hot-button issues.
Luther and the Reformation, a public broadcasting special by travel host Rick Steves, explains the whats, hows and whys of the Protestant Reformation, launched 500 years ago by Martin Luther.
Gilbert Sports and Fitness, Room 209
Participatory workshop in sacred dance. Dance and drumming of Ghana is taught in the morning and traditional western liturgical dance in the afternoon. All levels of dance experience welcome.
William Rolland Art Center, Room 213
In this illustrated presentation, renowned art historian Frances K. Pohl investigates several paintings by Winslow Homer that attempt to represent the complex roles of African-Americans during the Civil War.
“I am attracted to braille for its visual and physical presence,” explains photographer Mary Fashbaugh. In this show, she explores the senses in human interactions, their limitations and our expectations of them.