This Week's Events
In this course, we will talk about what makes a "Broadway diva." Join us as we watch and dissect some of the performances of Al Jolson, Ethel Merman, Carol Channing, Zero Mostel, Patti Lupone and many more.
The Cal Lutheran community is invited to join the Center for Global Engagement in Kingsmen Park on Feb. 23 for a celebration welcoming the Year of the Dragon, according to the Chinese zodiac.
Join us for a set of 30-minute organ recitals performed throughout the semester. Each recital features a diverse repertoire, encompassing composers from the Baroque to modern periods.
Music Department faculty member Micah Wright, on clarinet, will present a recital of chamber music, featuring the artistry of the Aristeia Trio and its members Bennie Fried, on cello, and Vijay Venkatesh, on piano.
We will look at the importance of ancient artifacts in our modern world as we develop an understanding of the legal and ethical consequences of art theft and forgery.
Lundring Events Center & Zoom PST
We will examine The Beatles’ recording career in the studio, with less of an emphasis on their cultural impact and their personal lives where it does not directly involve the composition or recording of songs from their repertoire.
This in-person book talk will feature a virtual session with these distinguished authors. Cal Lutheran’s Lorri Santamaría, PhD, will lead the discussion on their edited book Disrupting Colonial Pedagogies.
This four-week course will cover furniture and ornamental styles, especially as related to architectural and interior symbolism and materials, from the French Empire period through the Midcentury Modern era. This course does not require having taken Part 1.
Robert Irwin, PhD, deputy director of the Global Migration Center at UC Davis, will discuss his digital storytelling project titled “Humanizing Deportation/Humanizando La Deportación.”
Scherr Forum Theatre 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Boulevard Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Join executive director Matthew Fienup and the CERF team at Ventura County’s premier economic policy and networking conference. This year's featured speaker is David Bahnsen, founder of the Bahnsen Group, a private wealth management company.
Lundring Events Center & Zoom PST
We will look at the history and the causes for the Court's move away from Paris, the building of the palace of Versailles, some of the art that fills it as well as its evolution and legacy.
This workshop will explore the impact of collective trauma on individuals and organizations and strategies leaders can pursue to mitigate their effect and promote organizational health and resiliency.
The event is from 9 a.m. to Noon.
Oxnard Center & Zoom PST
This class will look at the United States Constitution and answer questions such as: Was it designed to shape our politics and cope with crises? Can it provide understanding of how we have reached these political times and guide our future successfully?
In celebration of Black History Month, the 2023-2024 cohort of the Community Scholars for Black Lives Fellowship Program will host a panel discussion with professionals in the financial, business, and healthcare industries.
In the absence of an American grand strategy, the U.S. policy of muddling through a post-Cold War created not only greater turbulence and heightened tensions but also a powerful vacuum for Russia and China in the Middle East.