Art columnist Frances Sutton PO ’21 examines “Dividing the Light” and its welcoming presence on Pomona’s campus, despite its highbrow roots.
You may recognize “Prometheus,” the grandiose mural watching over diners at Frary Dining Hall, but you have to look a bit closer to not miss another Frary mural, “Genesis,” hiding in plain sight. Art columnist Frances Sutton PO ’21 dives deep into this shadowy mural’s history.
Music columnist Ella Boyd SC ’21 assesses the impact of musician Pop Smoke’s influence on the New York drill music scene after his death. “Almost with Nietzsche-esque transcendence of good and evil, Pop Smoke played by his own rules, and he won through creating a lasting legacy in the eye of the music industry and general population,” she writes.
Though we might see Frary Dining Hall’s “Prometheus” on a nearly daily basis, we don’t appreciate its place in art history nearly enough, writes art columnist Frances Sutton PO ’21.
Art columnist Frances Sutton PO ’21 examines the wonders of the Craft Contemporary museum and its newest ceramics exhibit. “‘The Body, The Object, The Other’ … pushes at the boundaries of what ceramics can be as a craft and as an art,” she writes.
You may have seen pictures of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Rooms on Instagram. But like most things, infinity needs to be experienced in person.
As I entered a room with red walls, nets on the floor and faucets filled with oysters, I quickly realized that the Pomona College