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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... 

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Jazz Music Sundays at the Morgan presents Kathy Kosins and the University of La Verne faculty jazz quartet at 6 p.m. Sunday in Morgan Auditorium.  The jazz quartet features Steve Alaniz on saxophone, Reed Gratz on piano, Andrew Ford on bass and Bob Dominguez on drums. Admission is free, but donations to the music department are accepted. ‘Chalk Boy’ The theater department will open its show, “The... 

La Verne students win at film festival

University of La Verne students won five awards Saturday at the San Bernardino Valley College Film Festival. Most of the winning entries were senior projects. The films all ranged from comedy, horror and documentary. “The Transformation” is a short teen werewolf comedy. Writer, director and co-producer McKinley Pollock won best screenplay. Christopher Mitzel and James Perez won best cinematography... 

Movie Review: ‘Scorch Trials’ is all flash, no substance

Chris McMahan Staff Writer “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” is a fun, action-packed summer blockbuster that fails to surpass its predecessor or live up to fans’ expectations. The film goes in the same direction as the “Hunger Games” and “Divergent” franchises, as the hero of the film finally realizes it is time for a revolution to take down the evil regime that is in place. The hero... 

Eastern sounds open Sundays at the Morgan series

Eastern sounds open Sundays at the Morgan series
Yukiko Matsuyama rehearses the same set repeatedly for the East Meets West World Music Concert in Morgan Auditorium Sunday. Matsuyama practices her koto while the Koto Yuki Band coordinates with her as the stage is being set. All ticket donations for the Sundays at the Morgan concerts go toward music scholarships at the University of La Verne. / photo by Terrence Lewis Celene Vargas Arts Editor 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... 

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Photo Gallery There will be a talk and reception for the exhibit “100 Years of Dust: Owens Lake and the Los Angeles Aqueduct” by Jennifer Little about the Owens Valley Landscape at 6 p.m Thursday at the Carlson Gallery in Miller Hall. Jazz Improv Jazz vocalist and painter Kathy Kosins will be accompanied by the University of La Verne’s faculty jazz band in an improvisation show at 6 p.m. Oct.... 

Album Review: Shannon and the Clams clam up

Karla Rendon News Editor Oakland-based rock and roll band Shannon and the Clams released their fourth album “Gone By the Dawn” Tuesday with a more mature effort. The trio – consisting of singer/bassist Shannon Shaw, singer/guitarist Cody Blanchard and singer/drummer Nate Mahan – has been known for its take on a unique sound fusing harsh punk aggression with soft doo-wop lightheartedness. The... 

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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