Featured Events

Franzen Organ Recital Series: Christophe Mantoux

Samuelson Chapel

French organist Christophe Mantoux performs the first concert of the 2019-2020 Orvil and Gloria Franzen Organ Recital Series.

2019 Susan Greiser Price Arts Integration Program
Arts and Learning Symposium: Ensuring Access and Integrity

Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center and William Rolland Art Center

This six-hour symposium is designed to build working partnerships between community members and educators at all levels, offering interactive experiences and resources to promote high quality integration of the arts into P-20 school curricula.

Artist in Residence: Delesprie

William Rolland Art Center

Watch live sculpting demonstrations by world-famous master sculptor Delesprie Monday and Wednesday afternoons through Dec. 4.

Key Frames: A Celebration of Animation & Production Art

William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art

This exhibit celebrates the many artists behind animated productions and highlights unseen stages of the animation process.

Areté Vocal Ensemble
'Considering Matthew Shepard'

Samuelson Chapel

Areté, the innovative professional ensemble of vocal artists, returns to the stage for its 11th season to perform Considering Matthew Shepard by Craig Hella Johnson. Wyant Morton conducts.

Veterans Day Celebration
Rear Adm. Eugene Fussell, keynote

Kingsmen Park

In its inaugural Veterans Day Celebration, Cal Lutheran honors members of the university community for their service to country.

History Lecture Series: Accommodation and Resistance

Lundring Events Center

This year’s lecture series, Accommodation and Resistance, focuses on the cultural conflicts that occur when two worldviews collide.

CERF's 2019 Ventura County Economic Forecast

Padre Serra Center, Camarillo

The California Lutheran University Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF) Annual Ventura County Forecast will be presented by executive director Matthew Fienup. 

Defending Latina/o Immigrant Communities
Panel lecture with author Alvaro Huerta and artist Salomón Huerta

Lundring Events Center

Alvaro and Salomón Huerta combine their creative and scholarly efforts to defend and to affirm the humanity of one of the most vulnerable groups in this country: Latina/o immigrants.

'Fuenteovejuna,' or 'Like Sheep to Water…'
Mainstage Production

Black Box Theatre

Set in 1476 Spain and written in the early 1600s, Fuenteovejuna is based on a true story of the people of a small village who rebel and rise up against a corrupt commander.

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