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Seniors exhibit personal experiences

Seniors exhibit personal experiences
Provost Jonathan Reed asks senior Xinjie Yin about the process behind her artwork featured in the Senior Art Exhibit Dec. 1 in the Harris Gallery. Yin’s piece features two intricate female figures bordered by geometric shapes all done in red on a clear Plexiglas background. Other student artwork included a honeycomb sculpture and a collage shaped like a triangle. / photo by Benjamin Camacho Autumn... 

Boarders shred in student gallery

Boarders shred in student gallery
Senior photojournalism major Helen Arase and Photography Department Manager Kevin Bowman place one of senior photography major Gabriel De Alba’s photographs on Nov. 11. Arase curated the exhibition, “Momentum,” as a part of her internship with Visiting Professor of Photography Stacey McCarroll Cutshaw. The photograph features De Alba’s friend, Jay Munson, skateboarding in San Francisco. “Momentum”... 

Art fiesta highlights Sheets’ legacy

Art fiesta highlights Sheets’ legacy
As a volunteer with Project ARTstART, Claremont High School junior Aislinn Martinez trains as a docent to promote arts appreciation to elementary school students in the area. Other high school volunteers were present at the Padua Hills Art Fiesta and invited children to participate in art activities. The Fiesta took place Sunday at the Padua Hills Theatre and showcased the work of 25 local artists.... 

Comic shop displays ‘Star Wars’ art

Arielle Torrez Staff Writer “Star Wars” fanatics gathered to celebrate the “Dark Side of the Force,” a “Star Wars” themed art show. Saturday at A Shop Called Quest in the Claremont Village. The event took place in preparation for the anticipated film “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens” in theaters Dec. 18. Customers were greeted by DJ company mindfunk, which played music... 

Little photographs big issue in L.A.

Little photographs big issue in L.A.
Photographer Jennifer Little snaps picture of students visiting her exhibit, “100 Years of Dust: Owens Lake and the Los Angeles Aqueduct,” Oct. 1 in the Carlson Gallery. Little stands in front of her photograph, “Intersection of the Los Angeles & California Aqueducts, Neenach, CA,” depicting the separation of the two different water sources, the former serving only the Los Angeles area... 

A closer look at Sullivan’s photography

A closer look at Sullivan’s photography
Janice Sullivan, in a fit of laughter, tries to keep her poodle Coco out of the water. Coco never leaves Sullivan’s side, whether she’s working in her home office and studio or spending time by the pool with her family. Sullivan recently left her job in the communications department at the University of La Verne to work full time at her photography business, Sullivan J Photography. Sullivan creates... 

Fair provides art demonstrations

Fair provides art demonstrations
Artist Linda Garcia-Dahle answers questions from guests about her inspirations and process Sunday at the Millard Sheets Art Center at the Los Angeles County Fair. / photo by Gabriel De Alba Arielle Torrez Staff Writer Photography, figured animal heads, landscape portraits, abstract paintings, glass art, cartoon art and paper sculptures filled the Art Classic exhibit at the Los Angeles County Fair. The... 

Law Gallery exhibit makes impact

Law Gallery exhibit makes impact
Claremont native and UC Irvine graduate Chris Christion explains his work of mixed media to Micah Carter, a student at the University of La Verne College of Law, Sept. 17 at the College of Law Art Gallery. Christion is one of seven artists who is being showcased in the exhibition, “A Continuum of Impact.” The exhibit will run through Dec. 11. / photo by Chelsey Morrison  Read More →

ULV honors victims of atomic bombing

ULV honors victims of atomic bombing
Deep in conversation, Associate Professor of Education Leslie Young and Rancho Cucamonga resident Jeff Pryor listen to the life experiences of atomic bomb survivor Junji Sarashina at the “Hiroshima and Nagasaki Posters Exhibit” reception Monday. The exhibit displays 30 posters depicting the 1945 bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Located in the West Gallery of the Campus Center, the exhibit opened... 

Museum opens after hours for Claremont community

Lauren Harchut Staff Writer Students, families and friends all gathered for a weekly event, Art After Hours, from 5-11 p.m. Thursday at the Pomona College Museum of Art. Art After Hours is an event sponsored by the campus radio station, 88.7 FM KSPC. There are a variety of activities scheduled throughout the night including live music, lectures, panels, workshops, film screenings and free access... 
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