A slight breeze and 52-degree weather did not scare away families, students and artists from getting up before dawn to participate in Pomona’s 11th Annual Chalk Art Festival. The event kicked off at 7 a.m. and by 8:30 a.m. Shaun Diamond Plaza drew 250 students and artists sitting on the ground, getting to work on […]
Photographer David Gardner speaks to Ani Oganisian, junior English major, about his inspiration for photographing the series “Life on Wheels: The New American Nomads” while sharing the personal stories behind the photographs.
A blend of music, comedy and drama filled Dailey Theatre as a crowd of 50 attended the opening night of “Vietgone” on Thursday. Focusing on his parents’ love story set in the 1970s, playwright Qui Nguyen challenges Asian stereotypes,showing multiple perspectives of Vietnamese immigrants escaping the treachery of war.
The Inland Empire Museum of Art located in Upland hosted an open reception for its new exhibit, “A Conversation in the Woods,” Saturday.
Tucked away in the Pomona Arts Colony sits the dA Center for the Arts which is currently showcasing “Aztlan: A Sense of Place,” another establishment of the Latin American and Latino Art exploration, “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.” Visitors are greeted by large murals with bold colors and textures that fill the first floor of the […]
Campus and community arts events for the week of Nov. 17, 2017.
In black dresses and suits, members of the University Chorale and Chamber Singers sung a traditional South African freedom song called “Tshotsholoza” to start the Trivial Pursuit Concert, Sunday in Morgan Auditorium.
Miguel Santana, president and CEO of the Fairplex, collaborated with the restaurant Dia De Los Puercos and a Pomona art gallery, the Alley Gallery, to present “En Memoria” Saturday. This is the Fairplex’s first ever Dia de los Muertos and lowrider event through their newly founded venture Mi Poco L.A
From 1953 to 1959, the Padua Hills Theater would close for two weeks in September and local artists came together for an annual art fair known as the Art Fiesta.
The American Museum of Ceramic Art held a closing reception for its exhibit “Love, Resilience and Bad Memory” on Sunday, with artists Diego Valles and Carla Martinez-Vargas presenting their work.