The University of La Verne Harris Art Gallery’s “Cluttercore, Rasquachismo, and the Indelible Need to Display” exhibit of paintings, assemblage, and installation runs through Nov. 30. The reception at 6 p.m. Nov. 14 will consider the recent trend of the maximalist interior design aesthetic. The exhibit demonstrates the beauty of personalization and personal taste and style.
Admission is free. For more information, email Director of Art Galleries Dion Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘The Thanksgiving Play’
The theatre arts department presents a satirical comedy, “The Thanksgiving Play.” Opening on Thursday, the show runs for seven days over two weekends starting at 7:30 p.m. with a closing matinee on Nov. 19 at 2 p.m.
Admission is on a “pay what you can” basis as audience members are invited to donate to help support the production and the theatre arts department..
Reservations are available at tinyurl.com/ULVThanksgivingPlay.
Padua Hills Arts Festival
The Claremont Lewis Museum of Art will celebrate the 19th annual Padua Hills Arts Fiesta from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. The outdoor art show will display artist work in the Padua Hills Theatre in north Claremont with lots of activities, including film, music, food and more.
Admission is $5 for adults and free for anyone under 18. For more information visit clmoa.org.
The Glass House
With almost a million followers on Instagram, Raye makes a pit stop at The Glass House in Pomona on Nov. 6 for her “My 21st Century Blues World Tour.” Raye is accompanied by special guest Absolutely. The London born artist is known for her songwriting and producing for other artists, including Beyoncé, Little Mix, Rihanna, David Guetta, John Legend, Ellie Goulding and Jax Jones.
Tickets start at $29.50. For more information visit theglasshouse.us.
“A Traveler’s Guide to Mettlach,” the ceramic collection of merged businesses of Jean François Boch and Nicolas Villeroy in Mettlach, Germany, is on display at the American Museum of Ceramic Art through June 2025. The exhibition simulates everyday life in 19th century Germany. Tickets start at $14. For more information visit amoca.org.
—Sarah Van Buskirk