Sam Sax, a poet from Oakland, California, reads from his book, “Madness.”
Andrew M. Wenrick, former architect and current conceptual artist, presented his “Displacement Zero” exhibit, showcasing the deconstruction and restructuring of geographical maps at the Claremont Museum of Art this weekend.
Around a hundred people came out to the Claremont Village for another weekly Friday Nights Live concert May 10 to hears bands that performed soft rock, jazz and blues.
Campus and community arts events for the week of May 17, 2019.
The University of La Verne’s 10th annual Lavernapalooza on May 2 came and went but the memories from that night will live on for many students.
Seven students enrolled in the Life Drawing and Painting classes have displayed their work of paintings and life drawings in an exhibit titled, “You Are A Light,” in the West Gallery, located in the Campus Center.
The Art Mob Market, a group of artisans, held a spring art sale featuring various works through the use of different mediums on Saturday at the Claremont UCC Church.
The best of the best performed a variety of music, showcasing different styles of vocals and various instrumentalists at the annual Best of La Verne performance on Sunday.
It’s been two months since “Captain Marvel” was released to theaters, and I still haven’t gotten around to seeing the film. After watching “Avengers: Endgame,” I’m kinda glad I didn’t go out of my way to watch her half baked introduction into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Photographer Mark Ludak showcased his collection of photos titled “Nomad” at a reception Monday in the Carlson Gallery.