The opening reception for “Dancing in the Milky Way,” the last art exhibition of the year, showcased upper level art students’ work Tuesday in the Harris Gallery.
Studio Claremont, a community art studio in Claremont, hosts art lessons for students ages four to 18.
Gabrielle Heide, art instructor and owner of Studio Claremont, prepares for an afternoon art class.
Professor of Art Keith Lord spoke about his exhibition, “Articulation: New Wall Works,” created from scrap pieces of wood, a compound miter saw and wood glue Wednesday in the West Gallery.
The Claremont Museum of Art bustled with local art lovers Sunday for Roland Reiss’ new “Unapologetic Flowers” exhibition.
The American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona has five artists who have collaborated with architectural and ceramic skills to create their latest exhibit. “Making It Work: Production By Design” is a complementary exhibit to the “Discovering Saar Ceramics” exhibit, also on display at AMOCA.
Dorothy Gartsman, junior photography major, curated the student exhibit titled “Multiple Exposure: Through a Woman’s Eye” in the Ground Floor Gallery in Miller Hall.
Kevin Bowman, photography department manager, installed the largest piece ever exhibited in the Carlson Gallery of Photography March 29.
Artists of various media gathered at the Claremont Art Walk to showcase their work to the community Saturday in the Claremont Village. The monthly event gives guests the opportunity to eat, visit art galleries and purchase work from local artists.
The Pomona College Museum of Art held an Art After Hours Q&A with photographer Genevieve Gaignard on March 29.