Landscape photographer Julie Shafer recontextualized American westward expansion through an environmental lens for the last entry in the Carlson Gallery of Photography’s artist conversation speaker series of the academic year. The gallery hosted Shafer’s exhibition, “Parting of the Ways,” May 6 via Zoom, and saw over 40 students in attendance.
The American Museum of Ceramic Art is holding this year’s high school exhibition publicly and went virtual for the second year in a row.
Los Angeles-based artist Martin Durazo joined Dion Johnson, director of art galleries, to discuss detailing life through art in a one-on-one video interview shared by University of La Verne’s Department of Art and Art History on April 5.
American art theorist and author Amelia Jones joined the Female Frame photography class Monday to discuss her book “Seeing Differently.”
Javier Alvarez, freelance photographer from Brooklyn, shares various photos taken throughout his career with University of La Verne’s photography students
Artist Kyoco Taniyama highlights the city of La Verne’s citrus industry at the virtually displayed exhibition, “Sound from the Golden Age,” on the University of La Verne’s Harris Gallery website until May 14.
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Campus Activities Board hosted a virtual art exhibition focussed on women artists via Zoom Tuesday.
Photography Club president Brady Keegan and vice president Darcelle Jones-Wesley photograph in the Japanese garden at the Huntington Library in San Marino on March 15. / photo by Maddie Ybarra
D. Hill, adjunct professor of photography, showcased an eight minute video performance on racism against Black people titled “Remove the Noose by All Means Necessary,” followed by a question-and-answer session Saturday, hosted by Muzeo held via Zoom.
The California Botanical Garden in Claremont has 16 clay sculptures created by artists from the American Museum of Ceramic Art studios on display as part of the Clayfornia series, which represents California’s long history with clay.