We’re continuing the intriguing topics this week as Professor Matthew Herbst provides a thought-provoking lecture on “Environmental Humanities: Present and Future.” This video will be available for viewing online now through Sunday, July 12.Read more›
The Coronado Public Art Walking Tour Giveaway launches July 1st to celebrate the release of a new smartphone app designed to guide residents and visitors to more than 75 works of public art throughout Coronado. Numerous Coronado restaurants and merchants have donated generous gift certificates and
prizes for the giveaway contest which runs through the entire month of July. If you want to participate and be eligible for the giveaway, download the walking tour app onto your smartphone by searching for Coronado Public Art on your app store. Then, take a walking tour as you like. The app will guide you to various works of art, map your route, and tell you about each piece of art and the artist who created it. Take at least three selfies at different pieces of
art that you like and post them on a special Walking Tour Giveaway Facebook page, at https://www.facebook.com/WalkingTourGiveaway. You will then be included in a random drawing of winners in early August.
Osher Free Lecture by David Neuman: Using Minimum Wages to Fight Inequality and Policy.Read more›
This week’s lecture The Partisan Pendulum of American Politics: Are We a Bipolar Nation? by our most popular political presenter, James Ingram, PhD
This week’s lecture has been a hot topic of discussion lately and was widely suggested to have a better understanding of Universal Basic Income (UBI). “Back to Basics, The Universal Basic Income Debate” will provide insight into what UBI is, what drives its popularity, common objections to it, and how it works.Read more›
Coronado Playhouse announces more changes to its current 2020 season due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Because of the county-wide shutdown and in accordance with Governor Newsom’s plan for re-opening, the Playhouse is forced to cancel the upcoming productions of Richard III, originally scheduled for July 17-August 9, and Catch Me if You Can, originally scheduled for September 4-October 11. Last month, Coronado Playhouse announced the cancellation of Anything Goes, originally scheduled for May 22-June 28. With the uncertainty of access to the theatre, as well as navigating social distancing with patrons and creative teams, it has become necessary to announce additional changes to the current season.Read more›