Arts, Lectures and Gatherings

Featured Events

Intermediate Proposal Writing: Three Module Series
Intermediate Proposal Writing Series

Oxnard Campus

This hands-on, three module workshop is perfect for expanding your grant writing skills and dives into the art of proposal writing by exploring the planning phases and each component of a winning proposal.

ABCs of Board Governance

Oxnard Campus

Develop and strengthen your board by translating their roles into practice.

The event is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Orvil and Gloria Franzen Organ Recital: Joy-Leilani Garbutt, PhD

Samuelson Chapel

Join us for a recital with guest artist will be Joy-Leilani Garbutt, PhD, distinguished organist, musicologist and passionate advocate for gender equity in the music industry.

International Women’s Day Recognition Gathering

Lundring Events Center

International Women’s Day is a global holiday celebrating the women’s rights movement and gender equality, officially recognized on March 8.

Collaborative Leadership and Culture Development

Oxnard Campus

In this interactive workshop, we will explore the key principles of collaborative leadership and how to develop an inclusive organizational culture that empowers every member of your team.

The event is from 9 a.m. to Noon.

“Disability Advancing Access and Equity”
Disability Awareness Month Lecture Lunch

Ullman Conference Center 100/101

Sandra Aldana, PhD, will lead a discussion about real-world, systemic-change efforts to include people of all abilities.

“Geisha Dreams, Love and Murder: The Life of Abe Sada”
History Lecture Series: Life’s Uncertain Outcomes: Choice and Chance in Historical Context

Lundring Events Center

“Life’s Uncertain Outcomes” is a history lecture series that considers people’s lived experiences and how historical circumstances and choices made by individuals and the decisions of others shaped the direction of their lives.

Lecturer: David Nelson, PhD

Senior Capstone: 10 Minute Plays

Black Box Theatre

Experience the magic of student-driven creativity as our college performers take center stage, crafting a unique and captivating one-act play production.

Afternoon Organ Recital Series
Adán Fernández

Samuelson Chapel

Join us for a set of 30-minute organ recitals performed throughout the semester.

Building for an Inclusive Nonprofit Board

Pepperdine University, Calabasas campus

This workshop will examine how to define diversity and inclusion in a manner appropriate for nonprofit organizations.

The event is from Noon to 3 p.m.

“Our Spectrum, Our Stories: Illuminating the Colors of Autism through Personal Narrative”
Edlyn Peña, PhD

Archive Reading Room, Pearson Library

Edlyn Peña, PhD, will share her personal experiences as the mother of an autistic son and insights into the world of autism through the art of storytelling.

Senior Art Exhibit 2024
"Common Differences"

William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art

Common Differences is the 2024 senior art exhibit featuring works by Cal Lutheran art majors.

Opening reception: Saturday, March 23, 4-6 p.m.
Exhibition Walk-Through: Friday, April 26, 2-3 p.m.

Senior Multimedia Show 2024
Exhibition

William Rolland Art Center

Every year at California Lutheran University, the Multimedia students host a portfolio show as part of their major’s capstone class.

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 23, 4-6 p.m.

Cal Lutheran Choral Ensembles
Spring Choral Concert

Samuelson Chapel

The Cal Lutheran Choir and Cielo (treble choir) present their annual hallmark Spring Choral Concert with Wyant Morton conducting.

Your Team Communication Magic

Oxnard Campus

Understand your personal communication style. This interactive workshop will help you become a more effective communicator, problem-solver and trusted, focused leader.

The event is from 9 a.m. to Noon.

Creating Pathways to Inclusion and Equity for Students with Disabilities
Insights from GSOE Scholars

Zoom PDT

Join us for an insightful session to focus on supporting students with disabilities in K-12 or higher education.

 

Evaluating Impact: How to design and implement useful surveys

Zoom PDT

In this interactive workshop, we will explore how to make decisions about survey logistics, write survey questions, analyze your data and use it to guide decision-making and share successes.

The event is from 9 a.m. to Noon.

“The Buck Stops Here: Harry Truman’s Improbable Path to the Presidency”
History Lecture Series: Life’s Uncertain Outcomes: Choice and Chance in Historical Context

Lundring Events Center

“Life’s Uncertain Outcomes” is a history lecture series that considers people’s lived experiences and how historical circumstances and choices made by individuals and the decisions of others shaped the direction of their lives.

Lecturer: Chris Kimball, PhD.

Faculty Recital: Uziel Colón

Overton Hall

Music Department faculty member Uziel Colón presents a recital featuring his own jazz and hip-hop pieces and arrangements.

You Got the Grant! Now What?

Oxnard Campus

This workshop is designed to help nonprofits and social service organization successfully navigate life after receiving a grant.

The event is from 9:30 a.m. to Noon.

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