‘Making in Between: Queer Clay’

The American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona explores broader influences on identity and  centers on queerness by living unapologetically yourself with their exhibition “Making in Between: Queer Clay.” With solely queer artists, the ceramic art is used as another form of self expression. The exhibit runs until Dec. 30. Admission starts at $14. For more information, visit amoca.org.

‘Revolución Visual – Visual Revolution’

The dA Center for the Arts is holding its grand opening event for the exhibition “Revolución Visual – Visual Revolution” that tells a visual story about Chicano and LatinX resistance from 6 p.m.- 9 p.m. Sunday. Pieces from collector Jaime Gutierrez and curator Yasmin Cardona will be displayed with featured musician Gerardo Morales and featured poet Linette Luna Tovar. Admission is free. For more information visit dacenter.org.

Glass House

Pomona’s intimate concert venue and vinyl record shop presents Soul Glo and Zulu from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday with the doors opening at 7 p.m. Soul Glo and Zulu are hardcore punk bands whose music results in mosh pits, lost voices and ringing ears. Tickets start at $20 for general admission and $25 on the day of the show. For more information visit theglasshouse.us.

‘Espíritu Flamenco’

Ophelia’s Jump Productions, the non-profit regional theater company based in Claremont and Upland, will put on its annual Hispanic Heritage Month event at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Casa Calaycay in Claremont. “Espíritu Flamenco” celebrates the Flamenco spirit with world class Flamenco dance, music, and song. Tickets are $125 and more information can be found at opheliasjump.org.

— Sarah Van Buskirk

Sarah Van Buskirk is a senior journalism major with a concentration in print and online journalism. She is the Spring 2024 editorial director for the Campus Times and has recently served as editor-in-chief, sports editor and staff writer. She is also currently a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine, and a staff writer for La Verne Magazine.


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