Harris Gallery

“dEE-lie-LA, Poderosa, The Healers: An Exploration of Wellness” is showing at the Harris Gallery. In it, 12 student artists present their wellness pieces, which celebrate the power, resilience, and the unique experiences of women. The exhibition runs through Oct. 12. Admission is free.  

Dia De Los Muertos 

The Ontario Museum of History and Art is holding a Dia De Los Muertos exhibition in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month and departed family and friends. The community reception will be from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. The exhibition runs through Nov. 19. Admission is free. 

For more information visit ontariomuseum.org

The Glass House

Australian kaleidoscopic rock band Psychedelic Porn Crumpets mystifies the Glass House Saturday with special guest Orions Belte, a groovy instrumental band from Norway. The opener begins at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $22 and will be $25 the day of the show.

For more information visit theglasshouse.us.


C.J. Jilek created “Systematic Erosion” to signify the issues of women’s social injustice with undertones of climate affairs. Through her incorporation of ceramics and mixed media, Jilek embodies the complicated idea of life. The exhibition runs through Nov. 11. Tickets start at $14. For more information visit amoca.org 

Phillips Mansion

The allegedly haunted Phillips Mansion will embrace the Halloween spirit with its interactive theater production “Delusion: Nocturnes & Nightmare” by creator John Braver. Guests will creep through the halls and different floors for an adrenaline rushed experience. The show runs through Nov. 12. For more information visit enterdelusion.com

— Sarah Van Buskirk

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Sarah Van Buskirk is a senior journalism major and editor-in-chief of the Campus Times. She has previously served as sports editor and staff writer.


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