A turquoise, red and purple metal sunflower ushers the viewer into the exhibit, “Dee Marcellus Cole and Carnival Seekers,” at the Claremont Museum of Art. The lobby featured the first selection of pieces against makeshift corner walls reminiscent of Dee Marcellus Cole’s colorful house. Paper cutout flags lined the ceiling.
From the Claremont Museum of Art to the Packing House, the monthly Claremont Art Walk is a free event that showcases art all around the Claremont Village.
A mural on the Second Street side of Wilson Library represents the University’s mission of having a supportive, diverse and inclusive environment, where students of all backgrounds benefit from sharing their life experiences and viewpoints with other students, staff and faculty.
Students and faculty fill the Carlson Gallery to hear Vietnamese-American photographer Nick Ut speak at a reception Sept. 21.
Jillian O’Dwyer, a Running Springs-based ceramic artist, discussed her work Sept. 21 at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona.
Susanne Slavick, professor of art at Carnegie Mellon University, was shocked and scared when she learned that many college students apparently carried guns on campus.
As soon as you walk into the Arts and Communications Building, a blend of icy blues, inviting yellows, calming purples and warm reds emanates from the left and draws attention to the 33-foot-by-46-foot wall.
Activists Judy Sisneros and Lynn Harris Ballen held an opening reception Monday night in the West Gallery for “Lesbians To Watch Out For: ‘90s Queer L.A. Activism,” their dual curated history exhibition about gay activism in Los Angeles during the 1990s.
A ceramicist opened the night with a slide show including pictures of her family, her early artwork and her hometown, Cusco, Peru. The Peruvian native and recent John Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, Kukuli Velarde, spoke at the opening reception of her exhibit, “Plunder Me, Baby,” Saturday at the American Museum of Ceramic Art.
The dA Center for the Arts in Pomona collaborated with the Society of Children’s Book Authors to present “Imagine II: The Art of Children’s Book Illustrations” exhibit opening reception Saturday.