Cultural Events

Shakespeare: A Celebration
On view through Sept. 28

Kwan Fong Gallery

In collaboration with Bankside Gallery, the Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture proudly presents an exhibition celebrating William Shakespeare’s life and legacy. Artists from the British Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers will show an exciting and diverse range of works, inspired by Shakespeare’s writings.

Fall Sacred Dance Celebration
Alleluia Dance Theater Workshop

Gilbert Sports and Fitness, Room 209

Participatory workshop in sacred dance. Dance and drumming of Ghana is taught in the morning and traditional western liturgical dance in the afternoon. All levels of dance experience welcome.

News from the Front: Winslow Homer, Race and the Civil War
Art History Presentation by Frances K. Pohl

Lundring Events Center

In this illustrated presentation, renowned art historian Frances K. Pohl investigates several paintings by Winslow Homer that attempt to represent the complex roles of African-Americans during the Civil War.

Vulnerability inVisibility

Kwan Fong Gallery

“I am attracted to braille for its visual and physical presence,” explains photographer Mary Fashbaugh. In this show, she explores the senses in human interactions, their limitations and our expectations of them.

California's Hispanic Heritage: César Chávez & the Grape Boycott

Overton Hall

Constantino Lopez from the Languages and Cultures Department will talk about the social, political, and economic role that the César Chávez Grape Boycott played in California.

Bring Your Own Brain (BYOB)
A Day of Innovative Solutions for ASD

Swenson Center for Social and Behavioral Sciences, Room 101

BYOB is an all-day event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. seeking solutions to challenges faced by individuals on the autism spectrum.

'The Grandmaster'
International Film Festival

AMC Dine-In Thousand Oaks 14

The Grandmaster is a 2013 drama from Hong Kong based on the life story of the Wing Chun martial arts grandmaster Ip Man, who trained Bruce Lee.

World War I and America

Lundring Events Center

World War I and America is a two-year national Library of America initiative bringing together the voices of veterans, families and others to explore the relevance of the war a century later. Cal Lutheran’s participation includes classroom oral histories from the families of World War I veterans, public readings and discussions, and a public lecture by World War I expert Michael Birdwell.

Founders Day Convocation

Samuelson Chapel

Each fall the university community, alumni and friends celebrate the founding of Cal Lutheran at this festive gathering. This year's theme is “Reforming the Heart, Reforming the World.” Alumnus Frank Nausin will receive the 2017 Christus Award.

Lunchtime Organ Recital Series
Joseph Peeples

Samuelson Chapel

Adjunct faculty member Joseph Peeples showcases the 2,109-pipe Borg Petersen Memorial Organ in 30-minute recitals on the second Friday of each month.