‘Language of Angels’
The theater department will perform their interpretation of “The Language of Angels,” a 2000 play written by Naomi Iizuka. The play involves three different stories surrounding the ghostly echoes of a girl who went missing. It will run from Nov. 18 to Nov. 21 in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre. General admission is $10 and $8 for faculty and staff. For tickets and more information visit the theater department Eventbrite site at eventbrite.com/e/language-of-angels-tickets-192443964077.
“If You Can Read the Ocean You Will Never Be Lost,” a photography exhibit by Associate Professor of Photography Shannon Benine, is on exhibit in the Irene Carlson Gallery in Miller Hall through Dec. 17. The department will host an artist walk-through at 5 p.m. Dec. 1.
Pomona Art Walk
The Pomona Art Walk is held every second Saturday of the month. This week’s event, Nov. 13, will be in collaboration with the African American Advisory Alliance, an organization that aims to create strategic plans for the advancement of Black people in Pomona. It will be supporting and featuring Black-owned businesses. The event will take place in the evening at 406 W. 2nd Street along the sidewalks of downtown Pomona and is open for everyone to attend.
‘Peter and the Starcatcher’
The Arcadia Stage Theatre Company will perform “Peter and the Starcatcher,” a prequel to the story of Peter Pan. The play is based on the 2004 novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, adapted for the stage by Rick Elice. Performances will be at 7 p.m. Nov. 12 and 13 at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center, at 188 Campus Drive in Arcadia. Tickets are $10-$30. For more information, call 626-821-1782.
“Furious Garden” is on view at the Claremont Museum of Art through Nov. 27. The exhibition features painting and sculpture with contemporary interpretations of vegetation.
Admission is $5. For more information, visit claremontmuseum.org.
‘Mind + Matter’
“Mind + Matter: Five Bay Area Sculptors’’ is on view through Jan. 23. at the American Museum of Ceramic Art which explores pop culture through abstract representations. The exhibit includes the work of Robert Brady, Arthur Gonzalez, Beverly Mayeri, Nancy Selvin and Richard Shaw. Museum hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Due to limited capacity, reservations are required. Last entry is 3 p.m. Admission is $5. For reservations and information, visit amoca.org.
Liliana Castañeda, a senior communications major, is the Fall 2022 news editor of the Campus Times. She has previously served as editorial director, arts editor, copy editor and a staff writer.