The Center for Nonprofit Leadership celebrates its 30th anniversary of service to our region’s nonprofit sector and philanthropic community. Join us on Zoom for this special Celebration of the Sector to recognize 30 years investing in nonprofit leadership.
The artist will discuss his career, his current body of work and how he comes to terms with the inevitable conflicts that arise between different artistic schools of thought.
Hybrid: Lundring Events Center & online via Zoom
This lecture will survey Afghan history with respect to its relations with various invaders from Alexander the Great to the British, Russians and Americans, and explore some of the reasons most were ultimately unsuccessful in establishing firm control.
Join us and artists for a reception celebrating the exhibit The Otherworld, curated by Cal Lutheran University Visual Arts Department Professor Michael Pearce, PhD.
This Zoom webinar will include health education updates about World AIDS Day and the experiences of a community member living with HIV/AIDS.
With cybercrime and scams on the rise, it's important to be informed on how to be proactive in keeping yourself and your loved ones safe.
Learn about the economic and social challenges faced by female entrepreneurial artisans of Oaxaca, Mexico. Insights from research and lived experience will be shared, including reflections on the impact of the pandemic and migration.
The Cal Lutheran Choral Ensembles and University String Symphony combine forces to present the annual Christmas Festival Concerts.
Keynote speaker Libya Doman will help educators reflect upon the barriers that restrict access to arts learning and provide strategies for equitable arts integration.
Join this examination of the relationships that developed between Rembrandt and the Jews of Amsterdam, including the myths that have encircled the Jewish community’s prominence in his paintings.