- Final line-up of activities and music announced for this weekend’s Winterfest
- Congressman Paul Cook votes in favor of H.R.1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
- Trout season stocking begins Thanksgiving weekend at Yucaipa Regional Park
- Crafton Hills College’s Public Safety and Allied Health Building receives LEED Gold Certification
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Crafton Hills College offers “From Abstraction to Minimalism” art works through Oct. 19
Artists from the Inland Empire Museum of Art (IEMA) are sharing their permanent collection of compositions via shapes and forms with minimal color palettes in 2-D and 3-D at Crafton Hills College (CHC) through Thursday, Oct. 19. The IEMA collection represents some of the most prominent artists in the Inland Empire from the 1920s to the present.
The “From Abstraction to Minimalism” art works are on display at the CHC Art Gallery LRC as part of the IEMA’s mission to create a place “Where Inspiration, Education and Connections Come Alive!” The exhibit at CHC’s Art Gallery is free.
CHC is located at 11711 Sand Canyon Road in Yucaipa. Additional information regarding the exhibit can be accessed through Evan Sternard at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling: 909-389-3329.