Día de los Muertos: Eternal Roots
Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) emphasizes remembrance of past lives and a celebration of the continuity of life. It is a tradition with roots to Mexico's oldest civilizations. Explore Día de los Muertos through the artwork of local artists at our annual exhibit showcasing contemporary work in painting, sculpture, mixed media, photography, ofrendas (altars), and the participants from the city-wide ornament contest! Free Admission. For more information, call (909) 395-2510.
A special thank you to the Ontario Museum of History & Art, Associates and the Friends of the Library for supporting the city-wide Día de los Muertos ornament contest.
Familia (detail), 2018, David Flores
Bill Owens: Suburbia
Bill Owens: Suburbia, first published in 1972, was a slyly subversive look at an inward-looking middle class, who in their own words accompanying the photographs, were seemingly oblivious to the racial and cultural strife roiling America's cities, not to mention the Vietnam War half a world away. With forty years' hindsight, and with many of these same tract homes now replaced by MacMansions, and with Bill Owens himself now brewing premium beer in addition to making digital fashion photographs, we can look back with nostalgia on this brilliant time-piece. For more information call, (909) 395-2510.
© Bill Owens Archive. Exhibit is organized by art2art Circulating Exhibitions