On and Off Campus
October 28th, 2016
Homecoming and Family Weekend
Celebrate with families, alumni, and students on October 28-30 for Homecoming & Family Weekend! Cheer on the Pios at the Homecoming game. Experience student performances and expand your knowledge with distinguished faculty during Pioneer College.until October 30
Open This End: Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne
An exhibition of both iconic and lesser-known works from thirty-eight of the most significant and compelling artists of the last fifty years, Open This End: Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne will trace a number of intertwined narratives in the history of recent art, from the 1960s to the present.until December 11
November 1st, 2016
6:30pm - 8:00pm:
MLK Service Day Project Leader Training
An information and training session for students interested in leading a project for Lewis & Clark College’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Day.
November 2nd, 2016
Johnny Stallings Presents “King Lear”
This is an encore performance of Johnny Stallings’ solo version of King Lear. Stallings first performed his solo version of King Lear in the spring of 1978, thanks to a grant from the Metropolitan Arts Commission of Portland. Since then, he has performed in schools, theaters, prisons, and at the Cornelia Connell Theater in New York.
November 3rd, 2016
3:30pm - 6:00pm:
Psychology Symposium: Social Justice Through A Psychology Lens
The Psychology Club presents
First Annual Psychology Symposium: Social Justice Through A Psychology Lens
Thursday November 3rd | 3:30pm | Smith Hall
Dr. Tod Sloan and Dr. Teresa McDowell from the L&C Graduate School of Counseling and Education are the Keynote Speakers.
November 4th, 2016
National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS)
National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) annual Music Theatre auditions and festival will be open to the public. Only members of NATS can enter singers into the competition, however. The winners’ recital will be held at 6:30pm in Evans Auditorium.until November 6
November 7th, 2016
An Evening with W. Kamau Bell
Join President Barry Glassner, the Campus Activities Board, Dean of Students Anna Gonzalez, Student Activities, and Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement for…
An Evening with W. Kamau Bell
Monday, November 7th at 7pm
Agnes Flanagan Chapel
One (1) free ticket for Lewis & Clark students, faculty, and staff is available in advance (you’ll need to provide your L&C ID #). Each L&C student, faculty, or staff member is allowed to bring one (1) guest. Guest tickets are $25.00 each (plus at $2.25 service fee). You can get your ticket at https://lewisandclark.ticketleap.com/wkamaubell.
November 9th, 2016
13th Annual Ray Warren Symposium
Home: Race, Place, and Belonging
This year’s symposium will address historical and contemporary issues such as racial disparities in housing, global migration in the context of nationalism, indigenous experiences of place, and the infinite ways in which we create and recreate home and community. In thinking about race, place, and belonging, we hope to examine the boundaries that divide us, the lines that connect us, and the places that define us.until November 11
Saar & Stephanie Piano Duo
Lewis & Clark Department of Music is proud to host Saar Ahuvia and Stephanie Ho for a piano duo performance in Evans Auditorium on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at 7:30pm.
November 16th, 2016
A Poetry Reading by John Beer
John Beer is the author of Lucinda: A Poem (Canarium, 2016) and The Waste Land and Other Poems(Canarium, 2010), which received the Norma Farber First Book Award from the Poetry Society of America. He has also edited Poems 1962-1997 by Robert Lax (Wave, 2013). He lives in Portland and teaches creative writing at Portland State University.