The Harris Art Gallery offers new perspectives for University of La Verne students and gallery visitors.
It requires a warning label for explicit content. It questions sexuality and the meaning of its relations. It is a controversial and sensitive play that is sure to open the eyes of its audiences.
Campus and community arts events for the week of April 7, 2000.
Philosophy. Existentialism. Theater. Criminal law. These four words do not seem to have much in common to most people, but to senior philosophy major Dustin Lorentz, they make perfect sense.
When one thinks of a library, hearing the sounds of a trio is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. However, the La Verne Public Library broke its image of complete silence on Saturday.
A display of American music was captured in a festive event on March 29 when the Lordsburg Trio had its 10th anniversary concert. The evening’s music mesmerized and entertained the audience.
Guilty pleasures are the cheesy admirations we do not want to admit to, for fear of what others may think. I have many of them. Some I still enjoy, and others I wish I could erase from my long-term memory.
John Cusack, an established actor from such films as “The Grifters,” “Being John Malkovich,” “Grosse Pointe Blank” and such 80’s generational films as “Better Off Dead,” “Sixteen Candles” and “Say Anything” sat down for an interview at the Century City Hotel to promote his new movie “High Fidelity” opening today.
Rebecca Hamm, art professor at ULV and program director for the First Street Gallery Art Center in Claremont, has become involved with a fresh new website that works side by side with the city’s own website, www.claremontca.com.
Beckman Auditorium at the California Institute of Technology opened its doors to an audience prepared for laughs on March 21 and 23.