Sean Bernard, professor of creative writing, had been scheduled for the weekly faculty lecture series on March 24. But when the lecture was canceled – with all on-campus events when the University closed and migrated online in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic – Bernard posted his slides online.
Toni Morrison’s novel “The Bluest Eye” was given a breath of new life through the staged reading presented by the theater department and the Center for Multicultural Services Feb. 27 in the Dailey Theatre in celebration of Black History Month.
The National Coming Out Day Open Mic event provided an open and safe environment for people to share their stories through poetry, music and monumental events in LGBTQ history Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballrooms.
American poet and author Chad Sweeney uses dreams and surreal experiences to channel his voice through poetry.
Treesje M. Powers, a spoken word artist and co-host, performs the opening act of “Lionlike Mindstate” Friday at the Millard Sheets Art Center at the Fairplex in Pomona.
Sam Sax, a poet from Oakland, California, reads from his book, “Madness.”
Poet, activist and performance artist Kathy Jetñil-Kijiner delivered an important message about climate change to her audience Tuesday, at the Pomona College Museum of Art.
University of La Verne 2014 alumnus Kevin Tyler Norman, released his first self-published poetry book, titled “Shelter,” in October.
Eight poets from Cuba, Spain, the U.S. and Colombia were featured at the California Poetry Festival, the first event of its kind to be put on by the University of La Verne.
Art of Pop, a quarterly celebration of local comic book and pop culture artists, returned Sunday to the Claremont Packing House.