Myra Garcia, a member of the President’s executive committee, passes the microphone to artist Joella Jean Mohoney, who spoke about her art process Oct. 13 in the Harris Art Gallery.
A modern version of the African-American protest anthem “We Shall Overcome” played over a slideshow of photos from “After Selma” photographer Joshua Rashaad McFadden. His collection was displayed in the Carlson Gallery until Oct. 14.
Concluding the lecture on Tuesday, photographer Joshua Rashaad McFadden autographs books and pictures in the Campus Center Ballroom before attending the gallery reception in the Carlson Gallery.
To some, art is known to be austere and fluid within multiple meanings, but the work represented at the gallery “Deeply Uncompromising: 125 Years of Mission,” was far from unintentional.
Landscape paintings that dip away from realism and into the abstract by artist and faculty emerita Joella Jean Mahoney have taken over the Harris Gallery for the University of La Verne’s 125th anniversary.
Kent Anderson Butler redefines the idea of sacredness and highlights the pressures of life in his exhibit, “Tension Release,” Wednesday in the West Gallery.
Behind the double doors of Miller Hall’s basement lies a brightly lit hallway. Lining the walls are 13 photos, each behind a thin plate of plexi-glass with four nails holding it up and a small tag bearing the photographer’s name beside it.
The art exhibit “Deeply Uncompromising: 125 Years of Mission,” curated by Conchi Sanford opened Tuesday at the College of Law in Ontario.
“Faith,” a photo from “After Selma” captures the emotion of an original foot soldier who marched again with the new generation 50 years later. The photography series compares the march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965 to the recent oppression of black people.
Fans of the Netflix-original show “Stranger Things” admired and purchased fan-made artwork from the series at fan*alley’s “Stranger Things” Tribute Gallery Saturday at the Artist Lodge in Anaheim.