Discounting different art styles creates stereotypes that are harmful to the art community, says Jadyn Lee SC ’24.
As learning goes virtual, professors and coaches are thinking outside the box and outside their typical syllabi.
Black artists across the 5Cs are using their artistic talents to showcase Black beauty, reimagine the mainstream, and fundraise for change.
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.
Pitzer College art professors Rebekah Myers and Tim Berg have gotten to work sewing and donating masks amid a mask shortage and COVID-19 surge in California.
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.
Nina Potischman PO ’21 reflects on journaling her adolescence alongside messages from Sarah Manguso’s “Ongoingness: The End of a Diary.”
Claremont McKenna College revealed four acquisitions by Brooklyn-based artist Carol Bove, including two new works.
Student artists and organizers from the Asian American Mentor Program held “Untold Stories,” a student art exhibit, at the Hive on Nov. 9.