As social distancing, shelter in place and quarantine measures intensify amid the Covid-19 pandemic, many performers, musicians and artists have been forced to find alternative ways to maintain their fanbases, if not their livelihoods.
Artist Sarah Sarchin’s paintings on exhibit in Pomona College’s Chan Gallery show everyday life through the eyes of women, though simple backgrounds and a small selection of pastel colors.
“Rabbit, Sitting” is the name of the new permanent sculpture on the University Quad of a turquoise origami rabbit that was purchased by the University of La Verne at an undisclosed amount.
“St. Bronxville Wood: Into the Thicket” is an immersive interactive multimedia exhibit that transports guests into a serene forest with sounds of birds chirping and rain falling, along with video clips of trees, lightning and various parts of nature at Cal Poly Pomona.
The audience filled Garrison Hall at Scripps College, as the sounds of South American-inspired music filled the auditorium Sunday.
Upbeat Irish pub songs, graceful dancers and laughter lit up the Morgan Auditorium at the “Michael Ryan and Friends: The Spirit of Ireland” show on Sunday evening.
“A Streetcar Named Desire” stopped by the Candlelight Theatre March 4 and left some audience members clutching their purses, and on the verge of tears, with the gripping performance.
Original works in an open space welcomed guests as they ventured inside the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, but what reeled them in was the attention to detail, color palettes and unique concepts of the ceramics on display.
The Pomona College theater department’s production of “Macbeth” opened March 6 in the Seaver Theatre.
Guests observed various vibrant art pieces showcased through six different galleries at the Claremont Art Walk on Saturday all while enjoying cheese, crackers and tasteful wine.