“Inside Out: Emerging From Isolation,” an exhibition at the Claremont Museum of Art, showcases the work local artists have created during the pandemic which reflect their feelings about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Geo Esparza, curator of the “Taste Your Palate” exhibit at the Alley Gallery in downtown Pomona, displays a painting by artist Nychole Owens on Saturday.
Alison Saar, a mixed-media artist from Los Angeles, shared her process of transitioning from sculptor to print artist during a video presentation Tuesday.
William Camargo, photographer and arts educator, joined the University of La Verne’s photography department in a Zoom session May 14 to showcase his performative activism photography.
The photography department held online discussions as part of the Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography Visiting Artist Series, welcoming Chilean photojournalist Constaza Hevia H. and Chisenhale Gallery director and curator Zoe Whitley.
Guest artist William Camargo shares his photographic practice with the Professional Practice photography class and the University of La Verne community during a virtual artist talk Thursday.
Artists discussed the importance of making invisible disabilities visible in photography in an online exhibit hosted by the University of La Verne photography department and physician assistant program on April 22.
At a point in time when inspiration and motivation are in high demand, Shannon Benine, associate professor of photography’s expertise in inspiring and telling stories through imagery during times of crisis is, well, inspirational.
Artist Sarah Sarchin’s paintings on exhibit in Pomona College’s Chan Gallery show everyday life through the eyes of women, though simple backgrounds and a small selection of pastel colors.
“Rabbit, Sitting” is the name of the new permanent sculpture on the University Quad of a turquoise origami rabbit that was purchased by the University of La Verne at an undisclosed amount.