Events for March 2013
A time for the CLU community to tend to the spiritual life by focusing on a sacred text and prayer.
Ignat Ignatov moved to the United States from his childhood home of Sevlievo, Bulgaria, in 1997 and became a respected member of the Southern California community of portrait artists. Visitors are invited to watch and learn as he creates new works and shares his technical ability, painting portraits of gallery visitors and teaching students.
Dido and Aeneas, CLU's first fully staged opera, is an enduring tale of passion and power, love and loss.
As part of Girl Effect Week at CLU, Muvico in Thousand Oaks will screen the documentary "Girl Rising" on March 7 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets purchased at CLU will be $5 for CLU students and $10 for non-CLU. Cash only.
Join us as we celebrate 50 years of teaching at CLU by professor of biology Barbara Collins and wish her well on retirement.
The University Symphony displays the progress it has made in the development of the season-long project pieces by Claude Debussy, David Colin Freeman and Felix Mendelssohn.
Join us for a weekly series of brown-bag lunches with short presentations and discussion about how people pursuing many vocations at CLU find meaning and purpose in their work.
Woodland Hills Campus
The Office of Campus Ministry will hold a brief time of Prayer & Reflection for students and faculty on the Woodland Hills Campus, Wednesdays at 5:45 and again at 6:45 p.m.
The Office of Campus Ministry will hold a brief time of Prayer & Visitation for students and faculty on the Thousand Oaks Campus, Wednesdays 6:30-7 p.m. on the Overton patio.
This event promoting International Day of the Women, March 8, will include speakers, a slideshow and performances raising awareness of the importance of education and the "girl effect."