Business on top, lounge wear on the bottom seems to be the new quarantine fashion trend as most classrooms and businesses have switched to online platforms during the coronavirus pandemic – at least according to fashion experts and lay people working virtually.
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Both new and experienced chefs – sheltered inside for many weeks – have flocked to the kitchen. Professional chefs and kitchen newbies shared their advice and ideas cooking up delicious dishes, to help pass the time, and bring some simple pleasure during the COVID-19 lockdown.
In an attempt at keeping students safe while slowing the spread of COVID-19, the University of La Verne – with Universities across the state and nation – has fully transitioned to online courses and taken additional steps to either cancel or postpone all University sponsored events.
“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.
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.
Black lights, wall projections and a moving set helped tell the story of homeless youth battling addiction, abusive relationships and survival.
Three University of La Verne graduates have been awarded for their work in the Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts.
Booths and music filled the Shaun Diamond Plaza during the monthly Pomona Art Walk on Saturday.