The Harris Gallery showcased an exhibit titled “Zodiac Ballet,” featuring work from eight different artists including four alumni.The exhibit’s artwork varied from photographs, paintings, and installation art.
Campus and community arts events for the week of March 8, 2019.
Barry Jenkins, the award-winning director of “Moonlight” and “If Beale Street Could Talk,” reflected on a particular college breakup that introduced him to the American novelist and activist, James Baldwin.
Lyndon Rochelle and his band, The Rochelle Experience, moved many audience members to tears with spiritual gospel music at their performance Sunday in the Morgan Auditorium.
Like some mid-20th Century white families vacationing via road trips with maps and yellow pages, African-Americans used the Green Book, published from 1936-1966, to find establishments that were welcoming to non-white tourists and travelers.
The Pomona College Museum of Art provided a chance to view the scenes behind the “Stories: Selections from the Permanent Collection” exhibit, led by junior Pomona College student and co-curator Daphnide McDermet.
Campus and community arts events for the week of March 1, 2019.
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.
Alumna Savannah Henry, along with the team of senior TV broadcasting majors Jacqueline Hall and Florencia Schinoff, and 2018 alumnae Andrea Leiva and Tina Sanchez, have won a Western Access Video Excellence award for their dramatic short film, “AVA.”
Junior studio art major Jose Zermeno views “Luminous Cities” by Melissa Thorne at the reception for “Zodiac Ballet” Tuesday in the Harris Gallery.