Senior creative writing major Sienna Ruiz and alumna Tabitha Lawrence read their original work during the third installment of the Fall Fiction Reading Series on Dec. 4 over Zoom to an audience of 23.
The photography department brought students and faculty together over Zoom for its ongoing “Artist Conversations” series Dec. 3, showcasing photographer Sant Khalsa.
D. Hill, adjunct professor of photography, discusses a still image from his documentary film “Walking Up in New Skin,” which depicts Hill’s transition through fine art, Nov. 20.
Evie Shockley and Camille Dungy, co-authors of “Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe,” shared their poetry included in the book on Nov. 12 at the Pomona College commemoration of the “Of Aether and Earthe” exhibition catalog.
The University of La Verne theater department staged a virtual play Sunday called “Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992,” telling the story and aftermath of the Rodney King trial and the civil unrest that ensued.
The creative writing program brought together current students and alumni fiction writers to share their work via Zoom during the second Fall/Winter Fiction Series event last Friday via Zoom.
Wattpad Studios released “After We Collided,” the second installment of the “After” movies series, Oct. 23, continuing the drama-filled love story of Hardin and Tessa, who met in college.
Photographer Aaron Giesel talks about one of his photographs as part of the Carlson Gallery online lecture series held via Zoom on Oct. 29.
The University of La Verne’s theater department is meeting the moment with a virtual production of “Twilight, Los Angeles 1992,” which features stories and experiences from the Los Angeles riots in 1992, told in monologues.
Gina Osterloh, a photographer and performance artist from Ohio, shared her experiences as a professional artist with a group of 54 University of La Verne students via Zoom on Thursday.