‘Life on Wheels’

“Life on Wheels: The New American Nomads,” a photo exhibit by David Gardner exploring full-time recreational vehicle life, is on display in the Carlson Gallery through Dec. 15.

Chalk Art Fest

The Pomona Cultural Arts Commission celebrates its 11th annual Chalk Art Festival Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The festival will showcase an array of artists and their chalk art creations made in real time. The event is free and open to the public and located at the corner of Second and Thomas streets in downtown Pomona.


The Pomona College Museum of Art presents “Prometheus 2017: Four Artists from Mexico Revisit Orozco,” through Dec. 16. The exhibit explores Jose Clemente Orozco’s 1930s mural and how it resonates with four other Mexican artists. The museum is located at 330 N. College Ave. in Claremont. For more information visit pomona.edu/museum.

‘A Conversation in the Woods’

The Inland Empire Museum of Art will hold an opening reception for its newest exhibit, “A Conversation in the Woods” from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. IEMA is located at 1334 N. Benson Ave., Unit D, in Upland.

AMOCA Free Family Day

The American Museum of Ceramic Art will celebrate its exhibition, “Plunder Me, Baby,” with a Family Free Day Nov. 18. The museum is free for everyone except non-Pomona residents who have to pay $5 to participate in the day’s activities. Register at by calling 909-865-3146. Space is limited.

—Arturo Gomez Molina, Tyler Evains

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