he music department faculty of Pomona College presented its annual Celliola and Friends performance as a virtual concert Sunday.
The University of La Verne’s creative writing department’s “Fall Fiction Series” kicked off last week with a Facebook Live event featuring Margo Cash and Taylor Croft, who read their original pieces before a virtual audience of 12.
“Inside Out: Emerging From Isolation,” an exhibition at the Claremont Museum of Art, showcases the work local artists have created during the pandemic which reflect their feelings about the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University of La Verne’s Campus Activities Board hosted “Movies for Mental Health,” a workshop online last week to bring awareness to mental health issues and help students learn about the importance of mental wellness.
Geo Esparza, curator of the “Taste Your Palate” exhibit at the Alley Gallery in downtown Pomona, displays a painting by artist Nychole Owens on Saturday.
Alison Saar, a mixed-media artist from Los Angeles, shared her process of transitioning from sculptor to print artist during a video presentation Tuesday.
The University Chorale and Chamber Singers held their annual concert “Community Through Music” on Friday virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, immediately followed by a reception on Zoom.
Many in the arts and entertainment industries have found creative ways to work while the effects of COVID-19 have left many unemployed and organizations at a loss for what to do to continue their work.
Pop has experienced a resurgence in creativity with Charli XCX at the forefront. In “how i’m feeling now,” one of her most interactive releases, Charli XCX delivers her most honest record yet.
William Camargo, photographer and arts educator, joined the University of La Verne’s photography department in a Zoom session May 14 to showcase his performative activism photography.