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Arielle Torrez Staff Writer Unique handmade jewelry, eco-friendly soaps, bath scrubs, live acoustic music, purses, face painting and floral arrangements fill the Claremont Packing House’s weekly Art Mart every Friday from 5-9 p.m. The event is put on by Studio Claremont, an art studio located in the Packing House. The Art Mart gives artists the ability to sell their crafts to local buyers without... 

Residents take a stroll at Claremont Art Walk

Residents take a stroll at Claremont Art Walk
  Offering her handcrafted jewelry for sale, Samara Schibel discusses her work with Claremont resident Mary Anne Carnahan in the historic downtown Packing House during September’s Art Walk. Carnahan met Schibel at the Claremont Art Walk Sept. 5. The Claremont Art Walk is held on the first Saturday of each month and is open to the public. / photo by Noel Cabrera  Read More →

Happenings

ULV Music Yukiko Matsuyama will perform traditional and contemporary Japanese music with the koto, a traditional 13 string instrument, 6 p.m. Sunday in the Morgan Auditorium as part of the Sundays at the Morgan series. Admission is free for students. West Gallery The “Hiroshima and Nagasaki Posters” exhibit will open on International Peace Day Monday at 6 p.m in the West Gallery. The exhibit is... 

Alumni artists return to their roots

Alumni artists return to their roots
Alumnus Eduardo Rodriguez reminisces with professors of art Keith Lord and Ruth Trotter and alumnus Dicran Kassouny. Eight former students were honored with an alumni exhibition titled,“Roots and Shooting Stars.” Some of the former students returned to campus for the reception Tuesday at the Harris Gallery, where Kassouny’s and Rodriguez’s works are showcased. / photo by Chelsey R. Morrison Autumn... 

Vendors sell handmade items at Art Mart

Vendors sell handmade items at Art Mart
Similar to other vendors at the Art Mart, Stephanie Aud began creating bracelets as a young girl. Aud has established a business and sells her bracelets every Friday at the weekly Art Mart located at the Claremont Packing House. / photo by Sarah Vander Zon  Read More →

Happenings

Law Art Gallery The La Verne College of Law Art Gallery’s fall exhibit, “Continuum of Impact,” will have works by Chris Christion, Carelton Christy, Jeff Gillette, Ryan McIntosh, Dan Taulapapa and Jamaal Tolbert. The reception will be on Sept. 17 at 5:30 p.m. Admission is free. Art Mart The Claremont Art Mart will feature the works of local artist vendors and live music at the Claremont Packing... 

Lamkin’s legacy honored in concert

Lamkin’s legacy honored in concert
Cellist Rick Mooney accompanies the La Verne Chamber Singers in a concert in Morgan Auditorium that was a culmination of choral music that professor of music Kathy Lamkin taught in her classes during her 34 years at the University of La Verne. / photo by Bailey Maguire Kristina Bugante Editorial Director Kathy Lamkin, professor of music, was honored for her 34 years of service at the University of... 

Real-world issues inspire performers

Real-world issues inspire performers
Senior computer science major Jacob Bogdanoff throws tofu at the audience in ‘Hellharbor Chronicles,’ a satire on nutrition, written by junior theater major Jordan Klomp and directed by senior theater major Gracie Gilb. Fifteen original plays were performed over the course of four days as final projects for students in the Theatre and Community class, under the supervision of Director of Theatre... 

‘Curatorial Studies Selects’ community art

'Curatorial Studies Selects' community art
Jasmine Martinez, senior architecture major at Mt. San Antonio College, explains the design of one of her three projects to George Assenelli, parent of one of the other artists, at the “Curatorial Studies Selects” show Monday in the Arts and Communications Building. The exhibit featured work by local artists and students who were selected by the Curatorial Studies class. Martinez used balsa wood,... 

Students recite poetry in ‘Prism Review’ launch

Students recite poetry in ‘Prism Review’ launch
Senior English major and creative writing minor Tabitha Lawrence reads the poem “Good Enough” by J.L. Schneider Monday in the Interfaith Chapel. The “Prism Review” literary journal celebrated its latest edition, 17th issue, with students reading poems aloud from the journal. The event also recognized Guadalupe Robles for outstanding creative writing, and her poems, “Letters from your parents,... 
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