Art caption: “Google Los Angeles, 340 Main Street, Venice, California” by artist Joe Zaldivar

The College of Law will open a yearlong exhibition featuring art from adults with developmental disabilities starting Oct. 19.

A reception will be Oct. 19 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the College of Law, 320 E. D St., Ontario.

The artists are from Claremont’s First Street Gallery Art Center, a program of the Tierra del Sol Foundation. The foundation supports disabled people by helping them live independently and with valued roles in society. Artists at First Street receive professional art training and resources to produce paintings, drawings, ceramics, sculptures, and more.

The gallery is one of numerous events planned this year for La Verne Law surrounding the disabled. The school will also celebrate the 10-year anniversary of its partnership with the Disability Rights Legal Center on the date of the reception and will discuss special education during the Law Review Symposium in the spring.

For information about the gallery, contact Evelyn De Anda, (909) 460-2060 or


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