Events for Tuesday, Apr 17, 2012
Join us as professor Larkin Higgins of the CLU Art Department discusses Harriet Levy's Paris Portraits: Stories of Picasso, Matisse, Gertrude Stein and Their Circle.
Caroline Cottom '64, who led the U.S. coalition of 75 national organizations that brought an end to nuclear testing in the Nevada desert, will discuss her new book, Love Changes Things...Even in the World of Politics.
Speaking in Tongues examines America’s resolute commitment to remaining an “English-only” nation by showcasing an America in which communication barriers are being addressed.
Multimedia students collect intriguing stories on three separate days from three places: the University (CLU24), the city of Thousand Oaks (TO24) and the metropolis of Los Angeles (LA24). Selections of their graphic design, photography and documentary videography will be on display.
Members of the sophomore multimedia class develop their original ideas into engaging stories.
Students were given one hour to composite their features upon the face of the world famous icon of their choice.