Poet, activist and performance artist Kathy Jetñil-Kijiner delivered an important message about climate change to her audience Tuesday, at the Pomona College Museum of Art.
Alumna Savannah Henry, along with the team of senior TV broadcasting majors Jacqueline Hall and Florencia Schinoff, and 2018 alumnae Andrea Leiva and Tina Sanchez, have won a Western Access Video Excellence award for their dramatic short film, “AVA.”
Junior studio art major Jose Zermeno views “Luminous Cities” by Melissa Thorne at the reception for “Zodiac Ballet” Tuesday in the Harris Gallery.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Feb. 22, 2019.
“Architecture of Internment: The Build Up to Wartime Incarceration, Oregon, 1941-1943” visually captures the decision of Oregonians to incarcerate Japanese Americans and Japanese immigrants in the 1940s during World War II.
Artist Kim Tucker and staff at the American Museum of Ceramic Art highlighted the role of humor, heart and community in ceramics during Pomona’s Second Saturday Artwalk last week.
Thirty years after the infamous serial killer’s execution, Netflix explores Ted Bundy’s perspective in a four-episode docuseries, “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.”
Ceramic artist John Toki exhibits his California fault line inspired sculptures at the American Museum of Art in Pomona.
Pomona College Museum of Art hosted an exhibit Feb. 8 focused on the ecological issues that whales and indigenous communities face.
Art, horror, critique and satire collide in director Dan Gilroy’s latest film “Velvet Buzzsaw.” Gilroy, who directed “Nightcrawler,” pairs with Jake Gyllenhaal for a second time to critique the internal politics of the art world and the archetype of the tortured artist.