Events for May 2009
Sunday evening worship
Pearson Library Foyer
These visual poems by CLU art professor and poet Larkin Higgins embody both diagrammatic elements and aesthetic intuition.
The Festival of Scholars showcases scholarly work of undergraduate and graduate students and faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education and School of Business.
Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
Into the Woods
Book by James Lapine
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
The Tony Award-winning musical, directed and choreographed by Joshua Finkel, is presented by the Theatre Arts and Music departments as part of the Third Annual Festival of Scholars.
CLU’s senior art majors will display their creative work in this extraordinary exhibit.
Join in the fun for a day at the Santa Barbara Zoo with your family and fellow CLU alumni!
Nygreen Hall, Room 3
In this public lecture, Peter Tokofsky, Ph.D., an education specialist at the J. Paul Getty Museum, will explore the recent flurry of memorials, and controversies surrounding them, in the United States and Germany.
Join us for dinner as we celebrate the many ways the CLU community engages in service, sowing the seeds of love, peace and justice in this world! From academics to clubs, athletic teams to study abroad students, Community Service Center program volunteers and individuals... CLU is engaging our world in many ways, and we want to honor the various gifts!
L.A. filmmaker Mary Ann Braubach will introduce her hour-long documentary on Laura Huxley.
Weekly worship service begins at 10:10 a.m.