Celebrate American Roots Music with Dave "Lucky" Wilson
The CAH joined with the Modern Perspective RLC in an evening celebrating American roots music with Dave "Lucky" Wilson, the Singing Cowboy. Dave, backed by a Bluegrass Band, offered Country, Bluegrass, and Cowboy tunes while exploring the history of the music, instruments, and how local artists are keeping this traditional.
Poemas and Paletas
The Center for the Arts and Humanities celebrated May Day.
Drawing the Wild: Translating Science Via Art
A discussion and reception recognizing the work of Edward Rooks, recipient of the Reserve Artist Naturalist Award from the University of California Natural Reserve System. Edward is a Trinidadian artist whose work is inspired by settings from the Caribbean to the Golden State.
Understanding and Resisting Violence
Offered in Fall 2016, Understanding and Resisting Violence Locally and Globally was aimed at understanding the roots of violence, accompanying its victims, and building peace by exploring cultures of violence, culture and violence, and cultures of peace.
Juan Felipe Herrera
On April 4, 2016, U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera visited Santa Clara to meet with students and faculty and host a free presentation titled, “Immigration, Migration & the Alien Thing.” The event was open to the public and put on in conjunction with Santa Clara Community Action Program’s annual Immigration Week.