Claremont Arts & Entertainment News
Sundays in October are about to get a little jazzier, with jazz concerts being held at the college center from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Each Sunday, new bands will […]
The Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College recently received a $115,000 grant from the Getty Foundation to support the AllPaper Seminar, a program designed to introduce emerging professionals of […]
A highlight of the evening was the dedication of the Claremont Museum Of Art Atrium in honor of Sandy Baldonado, in recognition of her leadership, vision and commitment to CMA […]
On Monday, September 20, musicians from the Ontario Chaffey Community Show Band, along with the Chaffey Adult School, invite guests to come enjoy their free musical concert dubbed “Welcome Back: […]
Hidden between Aromatique and an outdoor patio space sits a short, narrow pathway that leads to Neon Moon, the Village’s new art supply store and studio. Opened on July 5 by Xrstine Franco with help from her boyfriend, Ilir Zeneli, New Moon is a unique, one-stop-shop that can be described as an artist’s candy store.
The Claremont Museum of Art Fall Gala returns to the Claremont Depot lawn on Saturday, September 18. This year’s theme, “Imagine,” celebrates the completion of two new galleries in the […]
Beginning at noon on September 3, the Claremont Museum of Art will be unveiling their newest exhibition titled Furious Garden, a botany-like display featuring artwork from artists Deena Capparelli, Karen Kitchel and Cj Jilek.
Coinciding with the day it opened 20 years ago, the Latino Art Museum in Pomona reopened on Saturday after shutting down due to COVID-19 restrictions a year and five months ago. Although about 100 people came to witness the historic gallery’s reopening, LAM founder and former director, Graciela Nardi, was not there for the milestone. Sadly, she passed away in December 2020.
“The Healthcare Cure,” a Nicholas Webb and Dr. Ray Power film produced and directed by Chad Murdock, premiered to a sold-out crowd and received an Audience Choice Award for “Most Impactful Film” at the Sedona International Film Festival.
Bunny Gunner 230 W.Bonita Ave. Time: 6-9 p.m. Bunny Gunner is excited to be exhibiting the work of Lauren Verdugo. “Naught. Zero, nothingness, and non-existence. After a year and a […]
Imagine if you will a group of magical creatures that mistakenly travels back to the 1950s where they learn that humans are fighting a scary virus with a brand new vaccine, but not everyone plans to get inoculated. Realizing the parallels to the current pandemic, they hatch a plan to return to 2021 with a message that if polio could be defeated 70 years ago, we can wipe out COVID today.
Curtis Real Estate invites early birds to their monthly cars and coffee event on Saturday outside its Claremont office. Running from 6:30 to 8:30 a.m., residents are invited to show […]
Keep local non-profit theater alive with Ophelia’s Jump Productions sixth annual Midsummer Shakespeare Festival and fundraiser, coming to a close this weekend with three final performances of Shakespeare’s musical comedy, […]
The Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College and Pitzer College Art Galleries exhibition “Sadie Barnette: Legacy and Legend,” opened yesterday and will be up through December 19. It is […]
Some people really know how to cool off in the middle of the summer heat. To celebrate the return of the Ophelia’s Jump Midsummer Shakespeare Festival, the Claremont Village was […]
The Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College and Pitzer College Art Galleries are hosting the most ambitious exhibition to date of California artist Sadie Barnette. “Sadie Barnette: Legacy and […]