Circe, a sculpture artist, carves a clay seal at the 18th Annual Wildlife and Landscape Art show Sunday at the San Dimas Civic Center Plaza.
Eighteen abstract art pieces are placed in a circle together to form Augusto Sandroni’s solo exhibit “Radius Abstractus” in the Tall Wall Space of the Arts and Communications Building.
“The Child and the Archive: Locating a Queer Past to Establish a Queer Present,” an archival exhibit that was on display in the West Gallery of the Campus Center, showcased numerous artifacts that documented the past experiences of the LGBT community in Los Angeles and around the United States.
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Don Bartletti stimulated the minds and emotions of gallery visitors about the issues of undocumented immigrants at the “Uneasy Neighbors: The Causes and Consequences of Undocumented Migration to the United States” exhibit reception Sept. 18 in the Irene Carlson Gallery.
“The Katsinam: A Hopi Living Tradition” has culturally taken over an exhibit at the College of Law, making a grand opening on Sept. 4.
The “Pictures of Everything” exhibit, composed of various abstract paintings, will run through Oct. 30 in the Harris Gallery.
The Latino Art Museum showcased artworks of different Latin American and international artists to the public at its “Earth Angel for Peace” exhibition from August 2 to 30.
The Pomona College Museum of Art is showcasing its exhibitions “Petrochemical America,” “Allied Against AIDS” and “Project Series 49: Sam Falls” on social issues through Dec. 19.
Faculty members, students and visitors discussed photographer Eliot Dudik’s landscape photographs depicting American history at the “Broken Land” reception May 8 in the Irene Carlson Gallery.
The Civil War, history and photographic approaches were all hot topics at the University’s “Conversation with the Photographer” on May 8 at the Campus Center.