At the heart of this body of work is the ability to expand one’s focus. To rotate the lens in which we perceive the world (using artist Titus Kaphar’s metaphor) simply to benefit from additional, excluded narratives. Divided into three sections, Gendering, De-Centering, and Pandemic, this exhibit responds to our collective cultural moment.
Black Memorabilia explores the world of racist material, both antique and newly produced, that propagates demeaning representations of African Americans.
The work included in "Common Ground" engages, investigates and questions the concepts of what “community” is.
This exhibit begins with labor, becomes steeped in childhood experiences and ends with a combination of the two.
This year's International Education Week will celebrate “Women Who Choose to Challenge.” Save the dates and stay tuned for the full schedule of programming.
Join a distinguished panel of professionals and industry leaders to get your career path questions answered.
The California Lutheran University Galleries are excited to host an engaging discussion between an artist, a sociologist and an urban planner to collectively examine the framing of communities through architecture, laws (written and unspoken), visual culture, urban planning and more.
An interactive session to learn more powerful ways of presenting information with digital storytelling.
This lecture will explore Jewish sacred music and instruments from the biblical period to new music being written by today's leading Jewish composers. Topics will include: music from The Temple, music of the diaspora, Jewish women composers, music during and after the Holocaust, Niggunim, Jewish music by non-Jews and the multi-pronged development of the Jewish Cantor.
In this webinar, Robert Punkenhofer, founding director of ART&IDEA and co-owner of Carl Suchy & Söhne, will talk about the emotional rollercoaster rides and key learnings he has experienced.