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Carlson Gallery

Photographer Rebecca Cummins presents her exhibit, “Spore Drift and Other Phenomena” at the Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography on campus. The photos are an abstract take with different swirls and textures of mushrooms.

The exhibition runs through March 28. Admission is free.

Creative Writing Contest

The creative writing department will be holding a creative writing contest amongst currently The creative writing program is holding a creative writing contest for currently enrolled University of La Verne undergraduates who have not previously won. There is only one submission per author. The winner will receive a $100 gift card and publication in the Prism Review. The submission deadline is March 1. For more information, contact Sean Bernard at sbernard@laverne.edu.

Hiroshima Exhibit

Pitzer College will host “Each Day Begins with the Sun Rising: Four Artists from Hiroshima,” featuring Japanese artists Megumi Fukuda, Taro Furukata, Genki Isayama and Kana Kou. It explores the effects of World War II on the Japanese psyche and overall culture. The exhibit will run through June 25 and admission is free.

Candlelight Jubilee

The Candlelight Pavilion Theater will celebrate 37 years of performances with the “Candlelight Jubilee” show. It runs through March 20. Admission varies. For more information visit candlelightpavilion.com.

Claremont Museum of Art

“Mephistopheles and the Swan Girl” by John Frame is currently on exhibit in the Claremont Museum of Art. Frame’s work is based on a combination of two previous interpretations of the tragedy “Faust.” The runs through April 24. Admission is $5 for adults. 

—Liliana Castañeda

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.

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Campus and community arts events for the week of Nov. 3, 2023.