Events In Claremont
Claremont has reopened for business! Looking for something entertaining to do near the Inland Empire this weekend? From Friday Nights Live to the Midsummer Shakespeare Festival, our calendar is chock full of rousing events and annual festivals.
There’s something fun to do for everyone. The weekly Claremont Farmers and Artisans Market every Sunday is the largest of its kind in the region. For arts and crafts lovers, there’s the monthly First Saturday Art Walk and the Village Venture Arts & Crafts Faire in October.
Families flock to events such as Things That Go Bump in the Night at California Botanic Garden in October and Inland Pacific Ballet’s The Nutcracker in December. And nature enthusiasts can celebrate and discover the beauty of various native plants at the Annual Wild Flower Show and Festival in April and other botanic garden events.
Discover all the not-to-be-missed events taking place in Claremont in 2022 and beyond our continually updated events calendar below.
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“FURIOUS GARDEN” – Art Exhibition
October 30, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Claremont Museum of Art Goes Beyond Beauty in Furious Garden
Exhibition dates: September 3 – November 27, 2021
Claremont Museum of Art, 200 W. First St., Claremont
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 12noon to 4pm
Special evening hours on First Saturdays from 6 to 9 pm during Art Walk
First Friday: Free Senior Day with free admission to seniors age 65 and over
First Saturday: Art Walk, 6-9 pm
First Sunday: Free Family Day with free admission and art activities for kids
Visit website for entrance fee.
The Claremont Museum of Art exhibition Furious Garden dynamically juxtaposes new paintings by Karen Kitchel and Deena Capparelli, and ceramic sculptures by Cj Jilek, all of whom focus on the extraordinary power and beauty of natural flora.
In this “furious garden,” three contemporary artists re-envision and re-construct the pastoral metaphors with which we’re familiar. Naughty, disobedient, and extravagant, this view of “garden” is active and provocative, intent on cultivating new pathways and relationships between landscape and occupant.
Art critic Betty Ann Brown writes “Capparelli, Jilek and Kitchel have created masterpieces from gardens they imagine. Their works slow us down, encouraging patient encounters, and thereby settling us back into the slow circles of nature.”
The exhibition, which is organized by Rebecca Hamm and the artists, will open at noon on Friday, September 3. The exhibition, generously sponsored by Gould Asset Management LLC, will remain on view through November 27, 2021.
Contact: Claremont Museum of Art
More Info: http://claremontmuseum.org/furious-garden/