Many works in collections have been altered by time or purposefully manipulated. This exhibit re-examines works of art to uncover what might be hiding in plain sight or just below the surface. Traces offers an inside look at the methods used to reveal the secrets of artworks, ranging from X-rays and infrared light to solvents that remove varnish.
The Garment Girl exhibition developed from Jennifer Vanderpool’s immigrant grandmother’s reminiscences about working as a cook in a sweatshop in the Allegheny Mountains and her mother’s stories about sewing shirt collars to pay her college tuition.
Artist walk-through: Tuesday, Feb. 12, 4 p.m.
Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann is an adjunct journalism professor at the College of Charleston, where she has taught courses on reporting, media writing, social media management and public relations since 2011.
The 2018-19 History Lecture Series "A Thousand and One Years Ago: 1000 CE" continues with Cal Lutheran art professor Christine Sellin discussing representations of art.
Judith F. Baca is a native Angeleno whose large-scale mural The Great Wall of Los Angeles is a cultural landmark.
After Dontre Hamilton, a black, unarmed man diagnosed with schizophrenia, is shot 14 times and killed by police in Milwaukee, his family embarks on a quest for answers, justice and reform.
William Rolland Art Center
The CLU 48 Hour Film Jam Spring 2019 is a campuswide competition in which teams of filmmakers have 48 hours to create a short movie.
University organist Joseph Peeples will showcase the 2,109-pipe Borg Petersen Memorial Organ in 30-minute recitals on the first Friday of each month.
The ensemble recital under the direction of keyboardist Eric Kinsley has unearthed repertoire in several archives worthy of rediscovery.
Jacqueline Bussie, award-winning author, theologian and professor, will speak on "Jesus' Radical Vision for Love with No Exceptions."