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Located in the city of Claremont, the Pomona College Museum of Art is a teaching museum which features student artwork from the private liberal-arts college as well as pieces from more established artists. The exhibitions are definitely eclectic, some of the past ones have included exhibits on Chinese snuff bottles, stencil drawings, sculpture and paintings from writer-composer and Pomona alumnus John Cage. Needless to say the varied media is impressive. Moreover, the James Turrell Skyspace is an architectural wonder which focuses on the nature of light and how it is emitted. The lighting programs within the room are timed for sunrise and sunset in order to amplify the color in the space.
dA Center For Arts is a place where art, culture and music get together to offer great entertainment. A place that breathes life into art, this is where budding artists, musician and performers get together to do what they do best. Featuring a great line up of concerts, plays and exhibitions, there is much to be admired at this fascinating venue. At the art gallery, one can find beautiful works by young, local artists, as well as a collection of paintings by renowned contemporary artists. Regular exhibitions and art workshops feature some of the biggest names of the art world, and opens the door for dialogue between those well-versed in the field and talented young enthusiasts.
Located on the Chaffey College campus, the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art is a teaching museum that primarily highlights work from students, but it also hosts other temporary exhibits from artists in the Inland Empire. In addition to contemporary art, the Wignall hosts talks and conferences for the benefit of the college as well as the community. Admission is always free and the galleries are closed on Fridays, Sundays and Holidays.
A popular attraction in the city, Riverside Art Museum is well known for its displays and exhibitions as it is for the building it is housed in. The combination of Classical and Mediterranean architecture is truly impressive, and the 1929 building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009. As for the museum itself, it hosts many traveling exhibitions every year, and also organizes educational programs.