Our fascination with self-referential modern art and elitist chit-chat has killed art.
If you went to a drag bar in Los Angeles in the 1980s or ’90s, you might have seen a buoyant Reynaldo Rivera working the room.
The Balcony, a student-run 5C organization promoting student art, hosted its first show of the academic year March 1.
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 a bizarre amalgamation of satire, comedy and horror, Dan Gilroy’s film “Velvet Buzzsaw” makes a snarky mockery of the art world.
Almost every student at the 5Cs has experience juggling academics, extracurriculars and personal lives, but only a few add running a small business to
East Sixth Street, a creative online magazine for all artists in Claremont, was founded last year by co-executive editors Lena Proctor CM ’21 and
As I entered a room with red walls, nets on the floor and faucets filled with oysters, I quickly realized that the Pomona College
CW: Mentions of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking Maddy Gould PZ ’19 unfurled student art on a table that was made in the Empower
You may have seen the photos. Positively blissful young people frolic through fields of giant daisies, pose next to enormous gummy bears, and fling