The Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology held the Family Science Discovery Day on Saturday, where parents and children were able to witness firsthand the history of North American mammals during the Ice Age.
The Pomona Police Department’s open house on Tuesday allowed the public the opportunity to take a look inside the department and see what day-to-day operations are like.
Global democratic regimes were the topic of discussion in professor Juli Minoves-Triquell’s speech, “No End of History: Democracy, Latin America and the State of the World” on May 1.
The main characters in William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” deal with both internal and external conflict surrounded by their own greed, virtues and indicative morals.
The sound of bass, drums, and organ reverberated throughout Morgan Auditorium, getting the audience to clap their hands in unison last Friday.
As viewers walk into Harris Gallery’s latest exhibit, “Natural Subjects,” they approach with an insect-sized point-of-view on human-sized wooden sculptures and framed microphotography of flora.
The Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College showcased “Best Kept Secret: The Scripps College Ceramic Collection” at the American Museum of Ceramic Art, or AMOCA, from Jan. 11 to March 30.
Singing in front of judges for the first time may not be the easiest thing to do, but for University of La Verne students, it was a chance to test their skills at the La Verne Idol auditions.
More than 250 high school students had the opportunity to present their artwork at the third annual ArtReach exhibition, “The Art of Pop Culture,” on March 7.
Issues of rape culture in the media were addressed in Pomona College Museum of Art’s latest exhibition, “Project Series 48: #sweetjane” by artist Andrea Bowers on Feb. 27.