The Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography in Miller Hall is currently displaying “Unbound: Senior Thesis Exhibition.” The exhibit runs through May 30. An artist walkthrough will take place from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. May 12. Admission is free.
‘Working! A Musical’
The University of La Verne departments of theater and music will showcase “Working! A Musical” April 22-24 and April 28-May 1 in Dailey Theatre. The production is based on interviews conducted by oral historian Studs Terkel on average working class people. Admission is $5. For more information and dates visit laverne.edu/event/working-a-musical/all.
Benefit Concert for Ukraine
The Haven in Pomona will host a benefit show in support of Ukrainians amidst the war against Russia at 7 p.m. Friday. Local artists like Jaden Padilla will be performing alongside other garage rock influenced bands. Admission is $10.
‘Parisian Ecologies’ Exhibit
The Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College is currently showing “Parisian Ecologies: The City Transformed in Nineteenth-Century Prints and Drawings.” The exhibit highlights the urban development that Paris underwent in the mid 19th century and the ecological repercussions of those developments through drawings. The show runs through June 25. Admission is free. For times and reservations visit pomona.edu/museum.
Scripps College Annual Ceramic Exhibition
The 77th Annual Ceramic Exhibition is on display at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College in Claremont. The exhibit will feature works from artists like Sahar Khoury, who makes mostly abstract pieces. It will run through April 17. The closing reception will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Admission is free. For more information visit rcwg.scrippscollege.edu.
‘Mephistopheles and the Swan Girl’
“Mephistopheles and the Swan Girl” by John Frame is on display at the Claremont Museum of Art through April 24. An array of media including detailed sculptures, photographs and drawings are spotlighted with special stage lighting. Frame’s work is based on a combination of two previous interpretations of the tragedy “Faust.” Admission is $5 for adults.