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.
On the second Saturday of every month, the Pomona Arts Colony buzzes with people exploring products, self-taught artists and live music.
The Carlson Gallery in Miller Hall is lined with black-and-white photos of the war in Vietnam, along with Nick Ut’s most famous photo, ‘Napalm Girl,’ as part of his collection, “Forty-Two Years and the Frequent Wind: Vietnamese Refugees in America.”
“Amazing,” and “eye captivating!” are just a few of the words that fair goers used to describe the exhibit, PST: LA/LA, on display at the Millard Sheets Art Center at Fairplex in Pomona.
The exhibit “Black and White” features the photographic work of senior communications major Nanor Zinzalian and junior photography major Ashlyn Hulin. It is curated by senior photography major Jerri White.
Painters Joy McAllister and Chris Toovey finish restoring their mural on the south side of the Arts and Communications Building beside the train tracks on Tuesday.
Clay and wire sculptures, canvas paintings, overlapping photographs and roughly 30 University community members filled the Harris Gallery Tuesday to admire the art and art history department’s student-generated exhibit “Wow and Flutter.”
After months of tireless delegation and compromise, community members of the city of Pomona and local Native American tribes gathered Saturday afternoon for the dedication of 13 wood sculptures in Ganesha Park.
Fear of the unknown, violence, and leaving all familiar things behind are themes in the history of the 1915 Armenian Genocide, but Armenian-American photojournalist Scout Tufankijan chose to focus on the present conditions of Armenians around the globe.
Professor of Art Ruth Trotter answered students’ and faculty’s questions about her abstract art during the opening reception of her exhibit noon Wednesday in the West Gallery.