RePrinting Claremont opened at the Garner House on Saturday, March 4. The exhibition weaved together Claremont past, present and future through Claremont Heritage’s Special Collections and student artwork to display the shared roots of the Claremont community.
Huynh reflected on how her experience as a Southeast Asian refugee of Cambodian, Vietnamese, and Chinese ancestry coalesces with western beauty standards, whitewashing her cultural and racial identity.
Cayman Chen CM ’25 created an art installation for Harvey Mudd’s Sprague Gallery, focused on sustainability in light of overconsumption.
Scripps’ beloved coffee house, The Motley now allows student-artists to use the space as a pedestal for selling and showcasing their work.
This month, Harvey Mudd College’s Sprague Gallery spotlighted a diverse array of women-centric art by Waverly Wang HM ’23, including Sherlock fanart and visualizations of music.
“Known & Understood: Selections from the Permanent Collection,” is assistant curator of collections Salim Moore’s first museum show.
After months of preparation, Pomona College’s Asian American Mentor Program held Untold Stories Art Exhibition, an event showcasing APIDA student-artists.
On Nov. 6, the Benton Museum of Art hosted artist Sadie Barnette to speak about her exhibition “Legacy & Legend.”
Pomona professor Sandeep Mukherjee’s multiple-part sculpture plays with color and contours and will be on permanent display at SoFi Stadium.