Several artists came together to showcase their talents while selling paintings, handmade crafts and thrifted clothes at the monthly Pomona Art Walk on Saturday.
Jo Laurie, curator of the “Silver Splendor: The Art of Anna Silver,” spoke about Silver’s accomplishments and vibrant ceramic artwork.
Photographer Reynaldo Rivera, whose work includes underground fashion and Latinx gay bars, addresses questions Tuesday at Scripps College.
Sylvia de Swaan, a Romanian born photographer and visual artist, is showing her world-renowned photography project “Return: the Landscape of Memory” at the Carlson Gallery in Miller Hall.
It was a packed house Saturday night as people gathered to see an acoustic performance by Claudia Lennear, a musical pioneer and soul singer, at the Historic Garner House in Claremont.
The Harris Gallery showcased an exhibit titled “Zodiac Ballet,” featuring work from eight different artists including four alumni.The exhibit’s artwork varied from photographs, paintings, and installation art.
The Pomona College Museum of Art provided a chance to view the scenes behind the “Stories: Selections from the Permanent Collection” exhibit, led by junior Pomona College student and co-curator Daphnide McDermet.
Junior studio art major Jose Zermeno views “Luminous Cities” by Melissa Thorne at the reception for “Zodiac Ballet” Tuesday in the Harris Gallery.
“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.