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This course explores the fascinating past worlds depicted in rock art, including traditions of pictographs (rock paintings) and petroglyphs (rock engravings) around the world from the earliest paleolithic traditions.
From the “workhouses” of the Colonial period to the chain gangs of the 19th century, this course will examine that history, demonstrating how ideas and practices around punishment, reform and abolition have evolved over time.
Protest and public outcry over national holidays have become commonplace in contemporary American society. Yet public outcry, both for and against specific holidays, is not new.
In just a 10-year span as an artist, Vincent van Gogh had an immense and prolific output. While developing a distinct and individual style, van Gogh also learned from and embraced many different influences.
This course will explore structures set against the backdrop of the societies in which they existed, the construction methods used, the patrons for whom these structures were constructed, and the notions of the builders and architects who created them.
The fall 2021 book discussion group meets via Zoom to share perspectives on Grading For Equity by Joe Feldman. All Cal Lutheran and Moorpark College faculty are welcomed. Sponsored by Project CHESS (Collaborative for Hispanics in Higher Education & Student Success).
MPPA students will present their project, Data Analysis of Ventura County Planning Department Survey on Sea Level Rise.
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Chia-Li Chien, PhD, will interview Eric W. Cosentino, CTFA, about “Why you should consider using a trust company to manage your assets.”
The Bald Soprano by Eugene Ionesco will be directed by student Grace Phenicie.
Swenson Science Center entrance
Join us for a special dedication ceremony of the Swenson Science Center. The building will be open for self-guided tours following the ceremony.
An eclectic array of solo and chamber performances by Cal Lutheran student ensembles will be conducted by Yoshika Masuda and Michael Hart.
Cal Lutheran presents the artists’ reception of Escapism, a collection of artwork from the Visual Arts Department’s senior class of 2021.
The Cal Lutheran Choir and Women’s Chorale will open the season with one of their hallmark concerts featuring a program of exciting and innovative contemporary choral music.
Each fall the university community gathers to celebrate the timely mission of the university and marks the occasion with a festive convocation.
Dana Rouse and friends present “An Evening of Chamber Music.”
Chia-Li Chien, PhD, will interview Jake Cousineau, author of How to Adult: Personal Finance for the Real World.
A behind-the-scenes look at the 2015 historical film, directed and co-produced by Steven Spielberg, about the release of a U.S. Air Force pilot whose U-2 spy plane was shot down over the Soviet Union in 1960.
Featuring Jaebon Hwang, organist and interim director of music ministries at First United Methodist Church of San Diego.
PLTS campus in Berkeley, CA
Deciding whether seminary education is right for you? Join us for Signs Along the Way, a weekend discernment retreat at PLTS.
Featuring the music of Bach, Buxtehude, Telemann and Pachelbel
David Livingstone, PhD, will address seven cholera epidemics in the 19th century.
Amongst the #MeToo movement, this challenging modern play by Kimberly Belflower empowers its young characters and provides a message of hope.
Come hear the majesty and grandeur of symphonic music.
Areté returns to the stage for its 13th season, which promises to be the most interesting and eclectic yet.
Jeremy Greene, vice president and head of data science at Retina AI, will discuss careers in the field and what makes a good data scientist. Greene will talk through real-world case studies on how data science interfaces with departments within an organization.
The Cal Lutheran Choral Ensembles and University String Symphony combine forces to present the annual Christmas Festival Concerts.
Keynote speaker Libya Doman will help educators reflect upon the barriers that restrict access to arts learning and provide strategies for equitable arts integration.
This concert will feature the music of Bach, Buxtehude, Telemann and Pachelbel.
David Nelson, PhD, will address the 19th century outbreak of bubonic plague in China.
Student performers in the Jazz Ensemble will play standards and modern classics.
The Cal Lutheran Mariachi Ensemble will perform classic songs from the mariachi repertoire.