The Sprague Gallery at Harvey Mudd College opened the art exhibition “Lines” featuring art Jonathan Jackson. Curated by Julia Hong, arts director of the Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts at HMC, Jackson’s 10 works display vibrant colorscapes and varied uses of linework. Jackson is an artist in Tierra del Sol Studios, an organization which works to provide individuals with disabilities opportunities to employment in education and the arts.
Standing in Skandera Hall at Pitzer College on Oct. 19, Professor of Political Studies Nigel Boyle welcomed students to the college’s newest exhibit from the archives. The exhibit is the third in a series that commemorates and celebrates Pitzer’s “Radical Roots.” Focusing on Pitzer’s rich history of activism between the 1960s to ’70s.
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.
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.