Paramount Pictures film producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura discussed how the film industry may be forever changed by the pandemic at the Claremont Graduate University In Conversation lecture held via Zoom on Oct. 28.
The third season of Netflix’s psychological thriller drama “You” was released on Oct. 15 and was full of even more twists, drama, suspense and steamy moments.
Community arts events for the week of Nov. 5, 2021.
The glow of lanterns illuminated Scripps College’s Bowling Green Lawn at the Chinatown Massacre Commemorative Performance on Oct. 21.
After 21 long months of strictly virtual recitals, the University of La Verne Music Department held its first in-person music recital of the year on Oct. 15 at noon in the Morgan Auditorium with an audience of approximately 30 people.
Barbara Carrasco, a Los Angeles-based Chicana artist and activist, spoke about her art with Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta Wednesday at the Virtual Latinx Heritage Month series with 16 participants via Zoom.
Author and photographer Antonio Turok hosted the presentation “Mexico Resistance” on Indigenous People’s Day Monday in the University of La Verne’s Sacred Space.
Ceramic artist Nicole Seisler discusses her creative process and motivation during an artist talk for the opening reception of her exhibition “Holding Patterns” Saturday at the American Museum of Ceramic Art.
“Dia de los Muertos: Mujeres Valientes” is on display at the Ontario Museum of History and Art through Nov. 7.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 15, 2021.