Art Department students present poignant work they created amidst a global pandemic in this exhibition called "Escapism."
Assistant professor of history Samuel Claussen, PhD, will address the bubonic plague and its impact on the late Middle Ages, from the 14th to the 16th centuries.
Featuring works by Pergolesi, Mondonville, Bach, Purcell, Del Aguila, Mallory, Kinsley and Tippet
Sister Norma Pimentel will share her experiences with the Humanitarian Respite Centers and immigration.
Don H. Doyle, PhD, will discuss how the Civil War was viewed abroad as part of a much larger struggle for democracy that began with the American and French Revolutions and spanned the Atlantic Ocean.
Seraphour, founded in 2020, presents its first live full-length concert and record launch, featuring Cal Lutheran faculty members Heidi Vass and Dana Rouse.
University faculty and staff members will discuss the themes of Steph Cha’s book Your House Will Pay.
Piano faculty member Hui Wu will present an evening of classical music with violin faculty Keum Hwa Cha and guest artist clarinetist Margaret Thornhill.
University organist Adan Fernandez presents a program of Bach, Mendelssohn, Saint-Säens, Buxtehude and more.