Events for May 2016

Getting a Job You Love
2016 Workshops. Find the one that fits YOUR schedule

Main Campus or Westlake Center

The Cal Lutheran School of Management will be hosting, once again, the popular workshop series titled “Getting a Job You Love.” C. William Guy, founder of a Top 10 global headhunting firm and known as “The Jobs Guy,” is the ultimate expert in getting a job you love! Find a workshop that fits YOUR schedule. Sign up today!

Communication Cafe
For Non-Native English Speaking Students

An informal event where non-native English speaking students can come to practice their English speaking skills to gain confidence, get help or seek feedback.

CLUFest 2016: ENTERACTIVE

Kwan Fong Gallery

CLUFest ENTERACTIVE blurs the lines between artist, observer and exhibit. Cal Lutheran's most skilled student photographers, animators, computer artists and cinematographers invite the public to "enter" the ever-changing multimedia landscape.

Senior Art Exhibition 2016

William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art

This showcase of work by Cal Lutheran senior art majors features a wide array of subject matter approached through drawing, printmaking, painting and digital media.

The Drowsy Chaperone
A musical within a comedy

Black Box Theatre

The play is a loving send-up of the Jazz Age musical, featuring one show-stopping song and dance number after another. As the houselights dim, a man in a chair puts on his favorite record: the cast recording of a fictitious 1928 musical. The recording comes to life as the man in the chair looks on.

Learning from Santa Barbara’s Successes, Mistakes and Lucky Breaks
Don’t miss our last presenter of the year at the Entrepreneur Speaker Series event, John Greathouse

Westlake Center

Join us for the last event in the Entrepreneur Speaker Series, in which John Greathouse, serial entrepreneur, investor and professor, discusses the history of the Santa Barbara startup community and what the Conejo Valley can learn from its mistakes and lucky breaks.

Jazz Collective

Uyeno Amphitheater

Under the direction of Uziel Colon, student performers in the jazz collective will play straight-ahead jazz, Latin and funk.

Moving Images
A dance concert

Preus-Brandt Forum

The 22 dances presented in this concert are the culmination of creative work by eight students in the spring choreography class. Twenty-nine students will perform the dances encompassing contemporary, hip-hop and modern dance. 

Interfaith Lunch for Staff
Students Present from time at Deer Park Monastery

Ullman Commons 100

Please join us for a vegetarian lunch and an opportunity for staff to eat together, to learn about each other, and together create a community of inclusion and welcome.

Better Safe Than Sorry
The Nigerian Prince

Pearson Library

A series of 4 Learning events on computer security. This event is number 2. Snacks will be provided.

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