Assembled from private collections, this exhibition of work by Salomón Huerta aims to disrupt strictly negative representations of Mexicans and Mexican Americans by offering nuanced portraits.
William Rolland Art Center
Watch live sculpting demonstrations by world-famous master sculptor Delesprie Monday and Wednesday afternoons through Dec. 4.
This exhibit celebrates the many artists behind animated productions and highlights unseen stages of the animation process.
Padre Serra Center, Camarillo
The California Lutheran University Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF) Annual Ventura County Forecast will be presented by executive director Matthew Fienup.
Alvaro and Salomón Huerta combine their creative and scholarly efforts to defend and to affirm the humanity of one of the most vulnerable groups in this country: Latina/o immigrants.
Set in 1476 Spain and written in the early 1600s, Fuenteovejuna is based on a true story of the people of a small village who rebel and rise up against a corrupt commander.
Micah Wright, clarinet, is joined by organist Thomas Mellan performing works by Berg, Stravinsky, Poulenc and Mozart.
Back by popular demand, a countywide clothing swap returns to the gallery!
Claude Brasseur plays the cantankerous Henri in this riotous comedy of bad manners and good intentions.
Student Union and Samuelson Chapel
Cal Lutheran's International Education Week celebration includes a World Fair and International Chapel service.