Events In Claremont
Looking for something entertaining to do near the Inland Empire this weekend? Claremont welcomes out-of-town visitors and Southern California locals to enjoy our arts, music and outdoor events. 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 our continually updated events calendar below.
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Reprinting Claremont Exhibition / Mon-Fri
March 6 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Claremont Heritage presents RePrinting Claremont
Ginger Elliott Exhibition Center
840 N. Indian Hill Blvd. Claremont
Adjacent to Garner House in Memorial Park
Saturday March 4 | 6-9 pm
Continues thru Friday March 24 / Mon-Fri 10am-3pm or by appointment
(Enter via Garner House)
RePrinting Claremont seeks to celebrate the rich history of printmaking in Claremont by uniting Claremont’s historic printmakers and student creators from the Claremont Colleges. Printmaking in Claremont dates to the early 20th century when a group of artists who served as faculty members at the Claremont Colleges founded the Claremont College Press in 1946. The Claremont College Press soon gained a reputation for producing high-quality prints and began attracting artists to Claremont. The press was instrumental in promoting the printmaking medium in Southern California and played a significant role in the development of the “California Style” of printmaking.
Over time, Claremont attracted diverse groups of artists who were drawn to its thriving art scene, creative energy, and artistic community. Today, the city is a vibrant hub of artistic activity — you can witness so yourself at RePrinting Claremont.
The exhibition presents prints by Millard Sheets, Susan Lautman Hertel, Karl Benjamin, Phil Dike, and other prominent Claremont artists. It also aims to integrate Claremont’s newest creators into this living history – student artists from the Claremont Colleges.
Visit the Ginger Elliott Gallery to learn more about how printmaking has evolved over time, support local artists, and connect with others who share a passion for the arts.
Curated by Marina Shishkina and Stella Robinson
Marketing and graphics by Se’maj Griffin
Contact: Claremont Heritage
More Info: https://claremontheritage.org