Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture and William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art
The 20 contemporary printmakers in this exhibition dispense with artificial boundaries around their technique in order to make participatory art for the digital age. They demonstrate how prints can inhabit three dimensions like sculpture or sprawl across a wall like a painted mural.
EDU|CAL’s inaugural symposium will feature a discussion on engaging asset-based cultural models in the classroom with keynote speaker Professor Tara Yosso from UC Riverside. The purpose of this event is to provide outreach to current and future students by offering pedagogical resources and tools to successfully work with a growingly diverse student demographic.
Join us as we recognize six exceptional individuals for their outstanding contributions in the field of intercollegiate varsity athletics, and for bringing recognition and honor to Cal Lutheran.
Learn dance and drumming of Ghana with Emmalyn Moreno. No previous experience is required. The class is held in the Dance Studio of the Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center (Room 209). Come dressed to move. Free. Please arrive by 2 p.m. Activities begin at 2:15 and conclude at 3:45. Drums available but if you have your own bring it!
Learn Liturgical Dance with Stella Matsuda. No previous experience is required. The class is held in the Dance Studio of the Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center (Room 209). Come dressed to move. Free. Please arrive by 2 p.m. Activities begin at 2:15 and conclude at 3:45.
The community is invited to attend this keynote address for an idea of how Cal Lutheran can transform from a Latinx-enrolling to Latinx-serving institution.
Eric Kinsley, keyboards, Keum Hwa Cha, violin, and guest artist Haekyung An, soprano, perform masterpieces often neglected in modern concert halls.
Lecture demonstration of Bharat Natyam with Padmini Vassan. The masterclass is held in the Dance Studio of the Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center (Room 209). Includes lecture, demonstration, question and answer, as well as movement by the participants. No experience necessary. Free. Please arrive by 2 p.m. Activities begin at 2:15 and conclude at 3:45
Exiled documents the emotional, complicated stories of two deported U.S. military veterans living in Tijuana, Mexico.
Join us for an interactive celebration with autistic authors who type and spell to communicate. Learn about disability and communication rights, educational access for minimally speaking individuals, and meet and greet the following amazing self-advocates: Tracy Thresher, Larry Bissonnette, Ido Kedar, Samuel Capozzi, Dillan Barmache, Henry Frost, Philip Reyes and Rhema Russell.