Can’t sleep and need an art fix? Through Nov. 6, the Pomona College Museum of Art is open 24/7. As the L.A. Times’ Christopher Knight put it: “Like 7-Eleven and the drive-through at Del Taco, the Pomona College Museum of Art never closes.”
It’s part of a pretty cool exhibit titled “It Happened at Pomona,” one of the many Pacific Standard Time exhibits celebrating the Los Angeles art scene from 1945 to 1980. (I hope to write more about the initiative in the near future.)
More about the Claremont exhibit is here, with a calendar of events.
Below is alumni Chris Burden’s cube sculpture, which is installed outside the museum.
Being an early-to-bed type, I visited the museum at 6:45 p.m. on a Wednesday with friends. If you visit the museum in the middle of the night, you can always mull over the show afterward at Norms, Claremont’s 24-hour diner.