The Claremont Museum of Art is displaying the art of Helen Rae and her students, who are disabled, and found an outlet in creating art through the organization Tierra del Sol.
As a child, artist Gina M. worked at a puppet theater, where she coordinated events and made puppets for other kids.
The Millard Sheets Art Center at the Fairplex in Pomona hosted the fifth installment of the “SoCal MFA Juries Exhibitions,” which is based on the idea that an already experienced artist is chosen as the “juror” to choose a few art pieces from a variety of emerging student artists from the Claremont Graduate University.
Estela Sánchez’s “Shapeshifted” exhibit at the Chan Gallery in Pomona College features the identities of the Coachilicue and Shapeshifter through sculpture, performance and clay.
Booths and music filled the Shaun Diamond Plaza during the monthly Pomona Art Walk on Saturday.
The Fairplex began holiday celebrations with its annual Chinese Lantern Festival, a colorful event featuring lantern displays that blend both Chinese and western culture.
Senior studio art majors presented their culminating projects at this year’s Senior Art Exhibition, “A Room of One’s Own,” Tuesday in the Harris Gallery.
Rallying Cry, an event held by Mallorie Johnson, senior theater arts major, helped advocate for the Joyful Heart’s Policy and Advocacy program End The Backlog in Sneaky Park on Saturday.
Theo Clarke gave a presentation titled “Juno, a New Renaissance,” at the Harris Gallery Monday.
The Ludwick Center held an “Around the World” photo exhibit and reception in honor of International Education Week on Monday.