Cultural Events

Nsenga Knight: Other Stars

Kwan Fong Gallery

Nsenga Knight is a first-generation Black American Muslim woman from Brooklyn whose work is influenced by Islamic geometric art and the Black experience. 

Mapping Meaning: Adventures in Cartography

William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art

This exhibit presents a variety of beautiful maps and ways of reading them, along with objects from the times of their creation.

Mingling for a Meaning: How to Plan a Successful House Party (Three-Part Series)

Oxnard Campus

In this hands-on three-part series, you'll plan, execute and evaluate your very own house party fundraiser event.

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 last Friday of each month.


Thinking Like a VC
Entrepreneur Speaker Series

Lundring Events Center

The 2018-2019 series kickoff features Rob Vickery, co-founder of Stage Venture Partners, one of LA's leading enterprise software venture capital funds. If you have a burning idea for a business or want to learn more about how to get into venture capital, this is the session for you! 

Reel Justice Film Series: The Unafraid

Lundring Events Center

The Unafraid is a feature length documentary that follows the personal lives of three DACA students in Georgia.

Faculty Recital: Eric Kinsley, piano & harpsichord

Samuelson Chapel

Eric Kinsley performs a piano and harpsichord recital with fellow members of the music faculty.

University Lecture Series
A Thousand and One Nights Ago: 1000 CE

Lundring Events Center

In this series of lectures, with three more to come in the spring of 2019, Cal Lutheran professors explore what life was like a millennium ago, that is, in about 1000 CE.

The New History of American Slaveries
Christina Snyder

Ullman Conference Center 100/101

American slavery began long before Europeans arrived in the New World. Christina Snyder, the McCabe Greer Professor of History at Penn State University, studies the intersections of colonialism, race and slavery, with a focus on North America from the pre-contact era through the 19th century.

Faculty Recital: Micah Wright, clarinet

Samuelson Chapel

Micah Wright will be joined by pianist Hui Wu for an evening of clarinet repertoire and transcriptions.