Events for March 2012

Dan Welden, Resident Printmaker
Artists and Speakers Series

Kwan Fong Gallery

A master printmaker, painter, teacher and author, Dan Welden is the originator of a safe and green printmaking technique called the Solarplate method. As the 2012 Artists and Speakers resident, he will work in the Kwan Fong Gallery from Jan. 30 to Feb. 28.



Project 24: One Day in the Life

Soiland Humanities Center

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.

Creative Concepts

Soiland Humanities Center

Members of the sophomore multimedia class develop their original ideas into engaging stories.

From Age to Age
Project Subway

Ullman Commons

Project Subway continues with a new show featuring student Art.

Career Exploration and Transition: Planning for Every Stage of the Career Development Process

Roth Nelson Room

Career Services Workshop

Resume Writing

Roth Nelson Room

Career Services Workshop

Come Together Now
Interfaith Discussion

Samuelson Chapel Narthex

This is an interfaith dialogue on various topics to create greater support and community.

Visibility and Invisibility in the Art of Frida Kahlo
Gender, art and nationalism in Mexico, 1930s-1940s

Humanities 116

Charlene Villaseñor Black, UCLA associate professor of art history and Chicana/o studies,  will examine the life, artwork and current popularity of Frida Kahlo (1907-1954), the Mexican painter, political activist and feminist.

Self-Injury: The Silent Epidemic
Culver Endowment Lecture Series with Patricia A. and Peter Adler

Lundring Events Center

Noted ethnographers Patricia A. Adler of the University of Colorado, Boulder and Peter Adler of the University of Denver discuss their new book The Tender Cut: Inside the Hidden World of Self-Injury.

'Almost, Maine' by John Cariani
Black Box Production

Black Box Studio Theatre

In the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine, in the middle of winter, we are drawn into a world of romance. In a series of scenes, residents of Almost fall in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways.