The Inland Empire Museum of Art hosted an art show and discussion panel titled “Female Artists: Past and Present” as a part of the museum’s monthly Art Talks.
The dA Center for the Arts presented “Color of Wheels,” teaming up with the Pomona Bike Coalition for a 2.5-mile bike ride around Pomona on Saturday.
A two-decade long journey has come to an end this spring for painter and adjunct professor in communications Danielle Eubank, as she completed her mission to paint the world’s five oceans.
Andrew M. Wenrick, former architect and current conceptual artist, presented his “Displacement Zero” exhibit, showcasing the deconstruction and restructuring of geographical maps at the Claremont Museum of Art this weekend.
Seven students enrolled in the Life Drawing and Painting classes have displayed their work of paintings and life drawings in an exhibit titled, “You Are A Light,” in the West Gallery, located in the Campus Center.
The Art Mob Market, a group of artisans, held a spring art sale featuring various works through the use of different mediums on Saturday at the Claremont UCC Church.
Photographer Mark Ludak showcased his collection of photos titled “Nomad” at a reception Monday in the Carlson Gallery.
On Saturday, the monthly Claremont Art Walk took place throughout the Claremont Village with the center point being in the lot of Curtis Real Estate.
Over 90 ceramic pieces by high school students were showcased at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona.
Artist Kelly Akashi brings photography to life through bronze sculptures and glassblowing.