Featured Events

Spiritual Bodies
Photography by Carlton Wilkinson

Kwan Fong Gallery

The churches depicted in these photos by Carlton Wilkinson played a prominent role in the Civil Rights movement, which brought voices from the African diaspora to the forefront of the American psyche.

Meleko Mokgosi: Acts of Resistance

William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art

This collection of artwork by Meleko Mokgosi examines formal and informal forms of resistance.

An Evening with Hugh Molotsi
Reflections on Diversity and Innovation

Richter Hall

Hugh Molotsi, founder and CEO of Ujama, is passionate about grassroots innovation and "giving voice to good ideas."

Of Ebony Embers: Vignettes of the Harlem Renaissance
Artists and Speakers Series

Samuelson Chapel

In honor of Black History Month, Cal Lutheran presents a chamber music theater work by the Core Ensemble celebrating the lives of the great African American poets.

'Museums Are Not Neutral' Workshop

William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art

This open roundtable discussion will begin with a short presentation on the themes of colonial roots in museum spaces.

Healing through the Arts
Free Community Workshop

Art Trek, 703 Rancho Conejo Blvd., Newbury Park, CA 91320

This free event is open to the community. Click here to register.

Conversations with Gary Sinise

Preus-Brandt Forum

The Department of Theatre and Dance presents an evening with actor Gary Sinise.

Critical Incidents on Campus: Preparation, Management and Recovery

Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center

This conference addresses preparedness, management and recovery in regard to critical incidents on campus. It includes a general session with keynote speaker and various breakout sessions. Breakfast and lunch are provided; $20 for students, $30 for professionals. 

Cal Lutheran Day with the LA Kings

The STAPLES Center, Los Angeles

Cal Lutheran alumni, families, staff, faculty and students are invited to Cal Lutheran Day with the LA Kings.

Documenting History Through Art: The Work of David Labkovski

Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture

In these autobiographical drawings and paintings, narrative artist David Labkovski (1906-1991) examines his experiences of World War II, the Holocaust and their aftermath.