“Uchinanchu” is the self-identifying term for Hawaiian residents of Okinawan heritage. This exhibit presents patchwork and textile-based paintings by Laura Kina, a descendant of Uchinanchu on her father’s side.
This exhibit features artists who utilize cloth as a statement or a medium.
This exhibition features bronze reductions of acclaimed military sculptures, from antiquity to the Renaissance and the French Revolutionary Wars.
The local string ensemble will play works by renowned Czech composers.
Start the fall semester off right by joining us and the artists for the first opening reception of the 2016-17 academic year.
Please join us for the official re-launch of the Center for Nonprofit Leadership at California Lutheran University and learn more about the exciting programs and resources aimed at advancing nonprofit leadership in our region. See friends and make new ones. Beverages and hors d'oeuvres will be served.
Courtyard by Marriott, Oxnard Ventura
Join the Cal Lutheran Center for Economic Research and Forecasting for a discussion of SOAR.
A faculty recital featuring senior lecturer Eric Kinsley commemorates 15 years since 9/11.
The Entrepreneur Speaker Series will be held the second Tuesday of every month beginning in September. We have an exciting lineup starting with Jessie Draper, creator and host of the 2015 Emmy nominated television series The Valley Girl Show as well as general partner of Halogen Ventures.
“Uchinanchu” is the self-identifying term for Hawaiian residents of Okinawan heritage. Laura Kina, a descendant of Uchinanchu on her father’s side, will discuss her exhibit of patchwork and textile-based paintings.