CBU NOMAS Receives Honorable Mention at National Design Competition

CBU Student Design Team Places in National Design Competition The CBU NOMAS Chapter entered the national design competition sponsored by the National Organization of Minority Architects. After traveling to Houston to present their design for the John S. Chase Academy, the design was awarded Honorable Mention (4th place), competing over 20 other university teams. Project…

Loretta Lux Exhibition at CBU Gallery

Loretta Lux Constructed Photographs Now showing at the CBU / CAVAD Art Gallery   September 18 – November 18 3737 Main Street, Ste. 101, Riverside Gallery hours: Tues/Thurs, 12:30 -8:00 Wed/Friday – 12:30-5:00 & Saturday 1:00-7:00 Join us for a panel presentation on the photographic works of this Exemplary contemporary artist on October 18, 7-8:30,…

A Conversation with Ralph Winter

A Conversation with Ralph Winter Ralph Winter speaks to Dr. Todd Bates on how to engage the marketplace at California Baptist University’s Christ and Culture Lecture series. Ralph Winter has produced more than 25 full feature films—including the first three X-Men films and “X-Men Origins: Wolverine.” Working with 20th Century Fox Films, Winter has produced…

CBU to host Tournées Film Festival

  Riverside, Calif. (March 7, 2017) – The College of Arts and Science at California Baptist University is offering students a unique opportunity to explore several acclaimed French films through the Tournées Film Festival. The festival kicked off on March 6 and will feature six films in three weeks. The Tournées program is an initiative of the Franco-American…

Architecture Students win AIA – Inland Empire Design Awards

2 CBU Architecture Students win AIA Inland Empire Design Award Wesley Yngsdale wins Merit Award Project: East Falls Gateway Jury Comments: “Great effort in presentation and exceptional thought given to a complex project… Alex Gordon wins Honor Award Project: Schindler House Addition Jury Comments: “Great effort and exceptional presentation…really beautiful drawings…well presented and worthy of…

“Spark of Hope” Takes 4th in California

“Spark of Hope” Takes 4th Place in California Several of our Film majors have joined together and submitted short films on mental health issues and services for California’s Directing Change Initiative, which raises awareness statewide. Each year, their films have been in the top three in the Inland Empire region, and, in 2016, their film…