At CEE, we come together to foster learning and inclusion, build community, and have fun. View our upcoming events below.
November 4, 2018
Dinner and Dancing to Live Music for CEE Grandparents and Grandfriends
Hosted By: Mark Brooks, Reveta Bowers, Marcia Diamond, Marilyn Diamond, Wendie Dox, Sharyn & Walter Gertz, Jerry & Houri Illoulian, Fay & Frank Mancuso, Sandy Pressman, Ilene & Jerry Sraberg, and Michael & Leslie Zinberg
CEE Community Blood Drive
October 15, 2018
Please join us for a community blood drive on Monday, October 15 from 9-3 in the Community Center. Thank you to our dedicated alumni for organizing!
- Open anyone 18+ in the CEE Community
- Walk-ins welcome
- Please bring a Photo I.D.
- Be in good health and at least 110 lbs
- Most common daily medications are okay
- Tattoos and body piercings accepted
- Make a donation during your lunch break and receive a free lunch from Berri's
- All donations receive a voucher for a free pint of Baskin Robbin's ice cream
October 25, 2018
Please join us for an incredible evening of music, dance, and food at CEE's Diwali Celebration!
Make sure to wear your dancing shoes to celebrate the Indian Festival of Lights from 5:00-7:00 PM on Thursday, October 25 in the Community Center.
Corrinne Okada Takara
October 25, 2018
Corinne Takara is a Bay Area artist/arts educator who creates technology integrated art projects. Her public collaborative work explores the use of modern day products to preserve cultural heritage and memory, and honors the colliding and merging stories that arise in rapidly shifting communities. The workshops Takara designs for museums, libraries, K-12 classrooms and colleges foster creative confidence; they encourage us to see ourselves as drivers of culture and technology. By engaging in maker activities taking shape in public spaces, we can share creative ideas that impact our world and increase our collective civic engagement.
Monday, November 12
Cindy Pierce is a leading social sexuality educator and comic storyteller who has been performing her one-woman comedic show and providing educational program around healthy sexual behavior and choices since 2004. Combining humor and research, she enlightens people about the choices and obstacles confronted in today’s media-driven world. As the youngest of 7 children, Cindy grew up seeing a lot! As an athlete on co-ed teams, she found herself having dual citizenship, accepted and “in” with both boys and girls. A self-proclaimed ‘incident magnet,’ Cindy frequently finds herself embroiled in awkward or embarrassing situations—which she characteristically interprets as moments of humor and learning, from which her audiences benefit. Cindy is the author of SEXPLOITATION: Helping Kids Develop Healthy Sexuality in a Porn Driven World and is co-author of Finding the Doorbell.
Janne Kyttanen is a digital sculptor creating multidisciplinary work at the intersection of 3D printing, virtual & augmented reality. Kyttanen’s work has been featured in TIME Magazine’s ‘Design 100’, the people and ideas behind the world’s most influential design. He is best known for his revolutionary work with 3D printing and is considered to be one of the most influential artist designers of his generation. Janne currently resides between his two studios in Amsterdam and Los Angeles.
How has 3D printing changed since its inception over 30 years ago? What are some of the latest methods and projects coming out of this exciting area? World-renowned digital sculptor, Janne Kyttanen, will share his approach to his work as well as some of his latest projects with students.