The Hive ushered in Black History Month with The Black Experience in Design. Spotlighting black educators, artists, and designers, the panel opened up a conversation about how Black experiences have been ignored, and how students can use design to visualize Black futures.
Pomona College’s Benton Museum hosted a salon titled “Cut for Time: Curating and Other Editorial Processes,” which was designed for Benton’s monthly “Salon Series.” The series, which was hosted by Solomon Salim Moore, featured artwork that had never been included in the exhibition.
Britt Ransom’s “Arise and Seek” and Maya Gurantz’s “The Plague Archives” put creative innovartion on thrilling display this past weekend.
Alex Pedroza HM ’25 and Ruby Peterman HM ’25 co-founded the new 5Zines club earlier this year, hoping to create a space exclusively dedicated to creating these innovative booklets.
A double major in Art History and Studio Art, Sabina Eastman’s PZ ’23 philosophy is all about combining various art movements and integrating them into her own personal style.
On Oct. 11th, the CGU MFA program’s second-year showcase titled “Witness” opened to all members of the 7Cs and beyond. The show was organized by 10 students as a part of completing their two year Master of Fine Arts curriculum.
On Oct. 1, the Claremont Art Walk provided opportunities for local artists and galleries to sell their work and to provide a compelling narrative along the way.
Scripps’ beloved coffee house, The Motley now allows student-artists to use the space as a pedestal for selling and showcasing their work.
In her new exhibit at the Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College, Kameelah Janan Rasheed PO ’06 has decided to challenge our common modes of interpretation.
After spending the summer visiting 10 European cities as inspiration for her E.P. album, “Sonic Skyline,” Kyra Varivaya CM ’25 understands how music serves as an outlet to tell stories of the world through her experiences.