Featured Events

Molecular Biology: Important Historical Discoveries and Tools
Fifty and Better FABulous Summer Lecture Series

Zoom

This lecture will explore some of the discoveries that have driven the field forward.

It Takes Two, Baby! (Parts 1 and 2)
Fifty and Better FABulous Summer Lecture Series

Zoom

In the first lecture, we will discuss the various types of musical duos; exploring how and why they came together. In our second lecture, we will move chronologically from the 70s through the 90s.

Dealers & Collaborators: The Famous and Infamous Art Houses of WWII (Parts 1 and 2)
Fifty and Better FABulous Summer Lecture Series

Zoom

What was the art market like during the years of WWII? In this two-part lecture we examine the lives of those dealers as we peel back the veneer of staged auctions, forced sales and forged provenance.

The Life, Times and Works of the Remarkable Winsor McCay
Fifty and Better FABulous Summer Lecture Series

Zoom

We will explore McCay’s varied output of comic art, his animation experiments as well as his life story which includes his tumultuous later career as the foremost political cartoonist working under the thumb of the legendary William Randolph Hearst.

Italian Baroque of Bernini, Caravaggio, and Gentileschi
Fifty and Better Fall Session

HyFlex (Thousand Oaks Campus and Zoom)

Along with other contemporaries, this class will give an overview of the development of the three different artists of that time and their distinctive styles.

Artist’s Reception for On the Range with Terry Spehar-Fahey

Kwan Fong Gallery

Join us for the artist’s reception of watercolor works focusing on Idaho ranching families of the Pahsimeroi Valley.

The Other Side of Nashville
Fifty and Better Fall Session

Zoom PDT

In this class, Tony Moon will explore the incredible and mostly unknown secret of Nashville: it's wealth and variety of non-Country Music that has had its roots there.

The Great Resignation: Attracting and Retaining Talent
Executive Talent Management Forum

Lundring Events Center

The unprecedented mass exit from the workforce, which began during Covid-19, is being referred to as the Great Resignation, Great Reshuffling, or Great Retirement. This forum will focus on the issues related to attracting and retaining talent in a post-pandemic world.

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