|W. Keith & Janet Kellogg Gallery curator Patrick Merrill discusses “The Art of Ink and Seal Carving” in a Comcast Cable interview.|
|Theatre student Brittney Kalmbach speaks on the upcoming Cal Poly Pomona play “Tales of the Lost Formicans.”|
Comcast Cable has created and aired two new video interviews for November that highlight two art exhibits in the W. Keith & Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery and an upcoming Theatre production.
In one interview, W. Keith & Janet Kellogg Gallery curator Patrick Merrill discussed “The Art of Ink and Seal Carving,” two exhibitions brought together by the dedicated work of two local artists Sun Wuk Kim and Young H. Kim. This show runs Nov. 1-Dec. 10.
Theatre student Brittney Kalmbach spoke on the upcoming Cal Poly Pomona play “Tales of the Lost Formicans,” a dark comedy about angst in suburban America that will be staged in the University Theatre, Nov. 11-20.
The five-minute interviews are shown in conjunction with the local edition of the Comcast broadcast of CNN Headline News. The interview is recorded once a month in Claremont's Comcast studios and is featured throughout Southern California. Founded in 1963, Comcast Cable is the country's largest provider of cable services.
Instructional & Information Technology has made the video interviews available to the entire campus community.
For more information on how to feature departments or programs on Comcast cable, contact the university's Office of Public Affairs at (909) 869-3342.