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A full house of more than 50 spectators, challenging the maximum occupancy of 46, attended the lecture on “China: Insights,” curated by writer Allan D. Coleman at the Pomona Museum of Art in Claremont last week.
The Carlson Gallery’s opening night of the photography exhibit called “Remnants” by Beau Comeaux served as a gathering for students and faculty to appreciate and interpret photography in an out-of-the-class setting.
The Zask Gallery in Palos Verdes treats its guests to the traditional and abstract with their currently display, “Second Nature: Landscape Variations” featuring local artists as well as Professor of Art Ruth Trotter.
The opening reception of “Ceramics for the New Millennium” took place Saturday at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona where art and science are combined in an intriguing display.
The Harris Gallery opened with the simple, but entertaining work of Michael Woodcock on Tuesday.
Featuring the work of 12 master of fine arts candidates at Claremont Graduate University, “EMERGENT 12” reflects an artistic movement through various media in the OBJCT Gallery at the Claremont Village.
Surrounded by five major highways in downtown Pomona, the Pomona Arts Colony held its 21st semi-monthly art walk for 2010 on Saturday.
“Someone Told Me You’d Be Here,” which opens in the Harris Gallery, features Southern California artists Erin Dunn and Kyle Riedel.
The Irene Carlson Gallery hosted the opening reception for Herman Jimenez’s “Clip Mission” exhibition, a collection of photographs of skate culture on Oct. 21.
Artist Ginny Bishton, whose work is currently featured at Pomona College Museum of Art in Project Series 41, has created an exhibit inspired by none other than her daily life.