Archives for July 2003

“Trouble the Water” Comes to Westmont

An exhibit of the emotionally charged and thought-provoking paintings of Chicago artist Tim Lowly, inspired by his severely developmentally disabled daughter, opens the fall season at Westmont’s Reynolds Gallery. “Trouble the Water” runs Aug. 20-Oct. 19. Lowly will speak about his life and work during a Westmont chapel service 10:30 a.m. Oct. 18 in Murchison… [Continue Reading]

Wayne Forte's Bold Work Comes to Reynolds

“Excavating the Image: Biblical Subjects by Wayne Forte,” featuring the powerful, monumental paintings and charcoal drawings of Orange County-based Forte, opens Aug. 18 in Reynolds Gallery. The show, which runs through Oct. 18, is the first exhibit of the 2003-04 academic year. An opening reception, which is free and open to the public, is 3-5… [Continue Reading]

Lit Moon's ‘Hamlet’ Takes Top Prize in Montreal

Santa Barbara-based Lit Moon Theatre Company’s production of “Hamlet,” directed by Westmont Professor John Blondell, received the top award for drama at the 13th Montreal Fringe Festival in June. Called the Centaur Award, the honor is accompanied by an invitation to play at the Centaur Theater, Montreal’s major English-language theater, in October. “The Centaur Award… [Continue Reading]

Admissions Director Luy Honored

Director of Admissions Joyce Luy was honored with the Guidance Professional of the Year Award at the National Association of Christian College Admissions Professionals (NACCAP) annual conference at Seattle Pacific University in June. Luy received a standing ovation when she was given the award, which is normally given to a high school counselor. “Joyce was… [Continue Reading]

Santa Barbara Reads! with Westmont

Westmont has joined the Santa Barbara Book Council, Public Library System and the libraries of UCSB and City College in celebrating reading with “Santa Barbara Reads!” Throughout August and September, Santa Barbara will be reading T.C. Boyle’s “The Tortilla Curtain,” a novel about the American Dream that deals with themes of illegal immigration, social discrimination,… [Continue Reading]