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Simply Just Red

Simply Just Red

Isabelle Allison, Reporter

March 9, 2017


Filed under A&E, Artwork, Showcase

Seeing red? You are not alone. Held at Da Gallery Center for Arts as part of Pomona’s Second Saturday Artwalk on Feb. 11, the Simply Red Exhibit presented many shades of red via a plethora of original pieces, including those of select CHS AP photography and IB Visual Arts students. This is the firs...

Glaze It Up: AP Ceramics Has a Record Number of Enrollees

Glaze It Up: AP Ceramics Has a Record Number of Enrollees

Isabelle Allison, Reporter

March 16, 2016


Filed under A&E, Artwork

Most are not aware of the AP Ceramics course offered at CHS. Even less are aware that there are more AP Ceramics students this year than ever before in the history of CHS. Quite intriguing is the fact this record number amounts to a class size of five students. The enrolled seniors include: Mandy Perea,...

New ArtStART Program Expansion

Ivana Estrada, Reporter

February 19, 2016


Filed under A&E, Artwork, ASB/Clubs

The Claremont Museum of Art’s Project ArtStART program allows students to be art teachers to elementary school students from grades four through six. In this program, high school teens and college interns work with elementary school kids to teach them art techniques by taking them to museums and teaching...

Activism Through Artistic Expression: The Legend of Banksy

Kamrin Curlin, Reporter

February 19, 2016


Filed under A&E, Artwork

From President Barack Obama’s “Hope” to Art Spiegelman’s “Maus,” political art has encouraged change and reform across a wide spectrum of society. One such artist pushing for reform is Banksy, an English-based graffiti artist, political activist, and film director whose real identity is unknown....

Appreciate Art at the Claremont Art Walk

Rajan Shivaram, Reporter

February 5, 2016


Filed under Artwork, News

The Claremont Art Walk is a festive event that takes place the first Saturday of every month. It is a fun place that also teaches people about the beauty of art. In the Claremont village, this free event is open to the public and all ages are welcome. Throughout the event, many local art galleries are...

Dark Days Ahead For Photography Department’s Darkroom

Dorothy Gadsby, Reporter

October 26, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives, Artwork

In the same manner that a dance studio can act as a sanctuary for a dancer, a darkroom — a room for the development of photographs taken with actual film — can provide solace for any photographer. During this previous summer, a decision involving CUSD made it certain that CHS’s darkroom was permanently...

With the Push of a Button, Chao Takes her Passion to the Next Level

With the Push of a Button, Chao Takes her Passion to the Next Level

Isabella Cisneros, Reporter

February 5, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives, Artwork, Showcase

Junior Diana Chao sees the world through a different lens as she takes photographs for her website Moonglass Studios. Aside from her website, Chao has also had her photographs published on fashion and photography websites such as ‘Vogue Italia’s PhotoVogue’ and ‘Redbubble,’ and is represent...

Literary Journal Highlights Student Artwork

Andrew Im, Reporter

January 30, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives, Artwork

The Literary Journal Club is a new club at CHS that offers an exciting opportunity for students to get their artwork and writing published. Students can display any artistic talent, such as short stories or poems. President Shea Seery has been collecting student artwork to add to the literary journal...

Somecrust Showcases Pion-Berlin’s “Broken Souls”

Somecrust Showcases Pion-Berlin’s “Broken Souls”

Jordynn Quinine, Reporter

March 3, 2014


Filed under A&E, Archives, Artwork, Showcase

Aspiring photojournalist and CHS senior Emma Pion-Berlin earned the rare opportunity to showcase her passion for photography in her art show titled “Broken Souls” at Some Crust Bakery in the Claremont Village. Her work was centered around the idea of young women dealing with peer pressure and ins...

Scripps College Throws Longest Running Ceramic Exhibit

Isabella Cisneros, Reporter

February 2, 2014


Filed under A&E, Archives, Artwork

Avant-garde clay and ceramics pieces have long since found their home at the Scripps College Ceramics Annual Exhibit. It has become famous as the longest-running continuous ceramics exhibit in the US, ever since the show’s early days in 1945, during World War II. The show runs annually, fro...

Warhol’s Legacy Paints A New Picture For Claremont Life At Scripps

Gavin Derleth, Reporter

February 2, 2014


Filed under A&E, Archives, Artwork

Over the years, Scripps College has received 150 works from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and recently received seven more prints from the world-famous pop artist. The foundation donated the large screenprints as part of the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program to the Ruth Cha...

Art Start Paints a Picture-Perfect Program For Claremont Youths

Art Start Paints a Picture-Perfect Program For Claremont Youths

Kelly Meyer, Reporter

October 17, 2013


Filed under Archives, Artwork, ASB/Clubs, News, Showcase

Since Oct. 4, CHS students have been becoming more involved in the Art Start Program, and spreading awareness about the project in Claremont. The project is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Flourish Foundation, the City of Claremont and the Rotary Club. Art Start is a...

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