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‘Spelling Bee’ Musical The theater department presents the musical “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” 7:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday, Sunday and from Nov. 20 to Nov. 22, and at 2 p.m. Nov. 23. The production is directed and choreographed by La Verne alumnus Zach Johnson and Instructor of Music Carol Stephenson. General admission is $10 and student, faculty and alumni admission is $8. ‘We... 

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‘The Purge: Anarchy’ The Campus Activities Board will screen “The Purge: Anarchy” 10 p.m. Thursday in La Fetra Auditorium as part of CAB’s Halloweek. ‘Transforming Feminism’ “Transforming Femin­ism,” which includes works from Professor of Art Ruth Trotter runs through Oct. 25 at the South Bay Contemporary in Rolling Hills Estates. Admission is free. ‘Pictures of Everything’ Harris... 

Social problems recognized through artwork

Melissa Gasia Staff Writer 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. The art exhibition is a resource not just for the Pomona College campus but also for the public. “Students come and have fun, but we want the museum to be an accessible place,” museum... 

Insightful art protests rape culture

Insightful art protests rape culture
A solitary black sofa in the center of the gallery’s squared space allows the exhibit’s visitors to view the multimedia piece by artist Andrea Bowers. The exhibit titled “#sweetjane” highlights the Steubenville, Ohio, high school rape case and trial through a series of documented photos and video clips of the trial proceedings and protests by the activist group Anonymous. Bowers’ work is... 

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Comedy Night The Campus Activities Board will host a comedy night with Michael Pala­sack at 10 p.m. Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium. ‘Soul Lounge’ The Black Student Union will host “Soul Lounge” with Omega Psi Phi at 8-11 p.m. Thursday in the Campus Center Ballroom. ‘Art’ Dailey Theatre will present “Art” as the senior performing thesis of Jacob Tittl, Alon Dina and Jordan Randall at... 

Artistic displays open at the close

Artistic displays open at the close
Students from the Claremont Colleges gather at the opening of Art After Hours Sept. 5 at the Pomona College Museum of Art. At 9 p.m. students stopped and listened to a band before heading to one of the four galleries. The exhibition includes photographs of performance art and slow motion videos of dancers, recording the fluidity and minute details of human movement. Art After Hours is hosted by Pomona... 

Bear Attack rocks Art after Hours

Bear Attack rocks Art after Hours
Brandon Bae, Eric Radloff, Mia Minichiello, Logan Shrewsbury, Nick Campbell, all students from USC and members of indie rock band Bear Attack, perform at the Pomona College Museum of Art Feb. 28 for the museum’s event, Art After Hours, which takes place every Thursday evening from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. The event has an art gallery and on certain nights, live music or lectures are presented. / photo by... 

Winer revisits ’70s conceptual, post-minimal art

Grace Casale Staff Writer “Helene Winer at Pomona,” the second installation of the year-long “It Happened in Pomona” exhibit focuses on Winer’s cutting edge curatorial programs that she presented as gallery director and curator at the Pomona College Museum of Art from the fall of 1970 through the spring of 1972. “The exhibition helps [students] recognize the amazing vision Winer had.... 

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‘American Dream’ Katherine Frey’s “Amer­ican Dream” photography exhibit, about the human effects of the Great Reces­sion, has been extended to Oct. 14 in the Carlson Gallery in Miller Hall. Diane Rodriguez The La Verne theater arts seminar will host artist, director, writer and performer Diane Rodriguez at 4 p.m. Thursday in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret. Rodriguez is an Obie award recipient... 

‘It Happened at Pomona’ plays with viewers’ eyes

Brenna von den Benken Arts Editor Walking in between two blue glowing walls curved inwards and six inches closer than they appear to the eye could have been mistaken for being in a virtual videogame like Disney’s “Tron.” The only thing missing was Daft Punk’s electronic soundtrack to complete the “Tron” effect. Such was the experience of Tom Eatherton’s work, “Rise.” The Pomona College... 
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