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Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture
The gallery is closed. View the virtual exhibition. In these autobiographical drawings and paintings, narrative artist David Labkovski (1906-1991) examines his experiences of World War II, the Holocaust and their aftermath.
Cal Lutheran presents Passionate Perspectives, a collection of artwork from the Art Department’s senior class. This virtual exhibit explores each artist’s passion for environmental, political, cultural, or emotional subject matter.
Thingamajig is a virtual exhibition that features student printmaking and ceramic processes, from beginning and advanced classes, in a wide exploration of content and composition.
History has shown that crisis creates opportunity for innovation. In this session, Larry Clark and Mary Anne Amato from Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning will share insights into four key shifts that occur in times of crisis that foster the conditions for new thinking and doing.
The Tentmakers of Cairo brings together the stories of the tentmakers and their extraordinary tents—from the huge tent pavilions, or suradiq, of the streets of Egypt, to the souvenirs of the First World War and textile artworks celebrated by quilters around the world.
Middle School students will explore the lives and artistic techniques of great art masters, create four original art pieces in the style of each master, and explore their techniques using various mediums.
Focuses on inspiring lifelong writers through literature, writing and art.
This informative webinar will offer participants insights into public policies in one of the most populous regions in the world.
With great regret, the Kingsmen Shakespeare Company has canceled its 2020 festival and its planned performance of William Shakespeare's Macbeth.
For when you can't find exactly what you want online, we show you how to create graphics in PowerPoint. We also dip our toes into Adobe Illustrator.
With great regret, the Kingsmen Shakespeare Company has canceled its 2020 festival and its planned performance of William Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Students will explore the lives and artistic techniques of great art masters, create four original art pieces in the style of each master and explore their techniques using various mediums.
Students will develop time management and organizational skills to achieve greater success in the classroom. Skills learned include note taking, test taking and Google Apps for Education.
Students will learn how to create masterpieces by exploring and combining art, math and science.
You've heard of the TV studio on campus, but have you heard about the Digital Learning Studio? A place for faculty and staff alike to come to record videos for your class, your teammates, the regents, you name it!
Guest educator and author Lauren Markham will discuss her book, The Far Away Brothers.
This workshop examines the “must have” ingredients for maximum engagement in science classrooms.
Come witness our new hosting and video recording platform: VidGrid.
There is nothing like the cacophony of sound you experience when videos autoplay in Blackboard. And what about “This Plug-In is not Available?” Such a treat. Or just videos flat out not playing in class! Lovely. Well we’re here to talk about that!
Come and witness the new light of your life: CLU’s Lightboard! Finally ready for those who have eagerly awaited it, PowerPoint integration is now included alongside your ability to write out your equations, draw your diagrams, and illustrate your thoughts.
Nancy Berlinger, PhD, MDiv, is a Hastings Center research scholar whose work focuses on two major themes: societal challenges arising from population aging, and the role of health practitioners, systems, and policymakers in the care and well being of migrants. These themes reflect her longstanding interests in decision-making and care concerning serious illness and near the end of life; safety and harm in health systems, and the moral dimensions of care work.
This free talk will consider two contemporary problems of collective moral action - the care of the planet and the care of migrants - and argue for linking these problems. The talk will draw on Dietrich Bonhoeffer's account of responsibilities to the "coming generation" to present a framework for ethical reflection and action in our times and looking forward. It will offer guidance for community - level responses by congregations, organizations, and municipal leaders.
Your must have resource for all of our available recording tools online and tools available for rental! Join us to get a look at all the rentable cameras, microphones, and tablets for enhancing your recordings in your office or your classroom! We will also discuss resources for recording and posting to Blackboard or other websites for students and colleagues alike.