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Art + Culture in Claremont

Two of the signature character defining features of our community is the rich history of Art and Culture that dates back to the founding of Claremont.  Claremont Heritage is constantly collecting and archiving the remnants of our society so that we might not only document the history but also disseminate this valuable information by cataloging them in our archives, making them available to researchers and through educational programs such as exhibitions, documentaries, publications and talks.
 
This month there are several opportunities to experience our cultural history first hand. We invite you to join us on the following programs, guaranteed to inform and delight the participants.
 
Thursday, January 23 | 7:00 - 8:30 pm | Artist Talk with Paul Kittlaus & Eleanor Scott Meyers | Ginger Elliott Center at Garner House | 840 N Indian Hill Blvd.
 
Saturday, January 25 | 3:30 - 5:30 pm | Closing Reception - Paul Kittlaus & Eleanor Scott Meyers | Ginger Elliott Center at Garner House | 840 N Indian Hill Blvd. 
 
Sunday, January 26 | 9:30 am  - 12 noon | College Walking Tour | meet at Seaver House 305 N College Ave. (at Bonita) $10 per person - pay docent.
 
Saturday, February 15 | 6:00 - 9:00 pm | Treasury of Claremont Music Launch Event | Historic Garner House | 840 N Indian Hill Blvd $10 MORE 

 
David Shearer
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Executive Director  
 
  
Don't Miss This Event! Saturday, February 15, 2020 as we launch the Treasury of Claremont Music Archive Project with an exhibition and performances at the Historic Garner House - MORE INFO
Current Exhibition Events

THURSDAY JAN 23 | 7:00 - 8:30 |GINGER ELLIOTT CENTER
Muriel Faith O'Brien Speaker Series - A conversation with Paul Kittlaus and Eleanor Scott Meyers
 
SATURDAY JAN 25 | 3:30 - 5:30 | CLOSING RECEPTION
GINGER ELLIOTT CENTER at Garner House | 840 N Indian Hill Blvd


SUNDAY JAN 26 | WALKING TOUR of the Colleges | 9:30  - 12 noon | Meet at Seaver House 305 N College Ave. (at Bonita) $10/person - pay docent
or order tickets HERE 
 
 
Enjoy a leisurely Sunday stroll through the Claremont Colleges lead by Tour Guide Extraordinaire, John Faranda.   Learn about the history of the colleges by experiencing the art and architecture that has made Claremont one of the most unique and culturally rich communities in Southern California!

TCM
DATE CHANGE! NOW FEB 15

Treasury of Claremont Music Official Launch
SAT FEB 15 | 6:00 - 9:00 PM | GARNER HOUSE
Admission: $10 Reserve TICKETS HERE


Please join Claremont Heritage for the official launch of the
Treasury of Claremont Music (TCM) project with an evening of performances highlighting a cross-section of the musicians who are currently featured in the TCM, a website that will be a living document that will continue to grow over the years.   
 
The Treasury of Claremont Music archive is an online archive of the music and musicians of this area. Join us for the launch of this project at this very special event. There will be performances from some of the inaugural artists included in the project, as well as hors d'oeuvres and libations on the Garner House terrace.

Performers include Alan Medak, Falcon Eddy, Sugar Mountain Mama Serenade, Hai Muradian, Michael Ryan and Ken Soderland. KSPC DJs will be spinning short sets between performers.
 
Press Release HERE 
 
ABOUT 
The Treasury of Claremont Music is a long-overdue undertaking. Conceived by local Artist/Musician Tom Skelly a few years ago, the project is currently being managed by Claremont Heritage as part of our mission to document and preserve our cultural Heritage.   
 
We are archiving the city's rich and varied musical culture and history so that Claremont's past, present, and future musical accomplishments will not be forgotten. It is our intention to put the vast array of genres under one easily accessible roof, to honor our local musicians and artists and their achievements, and to share these resources for personal and educational enjoyment.  
 
The Treasury of Claremont Music will be a living online resource that showcases our local musicians through photos, biographies, and music. The website will be continuously updated with new musicians, while also featuring content on Claremont's musical history and promote upcoming musical events. This repository of local music aims to be an encyclopedia of all things Claremont music and will be an invaluable research resource for schools, libraries, non-profit organizations, radio, and other appropriate institutions.  
 
Check it out!

Claremont Heritage Inc. | PO Box 742 Claremont, CA 91711  | (909) 621.0848 info@claremontheritage.org  | www.claremontheritage.org
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