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Inaugural “Intersection” Festival

Sep 3, 2017

Our gratitude to Lyd and Mo of Lyd & Mo Photography for sharing their experiences and photographs of the inaugural “Intersection” Playhouse District Festival…

 

On the last Saturday of a hot summer in August, we celebrated with music & art at the block of Colorado & El Molino. It’s a free end-of-the summer street party suitable for the whole family. Live music. Interactive art. Food Trucks. Crowd danced to live Music performances by Kan Wakan, The Dead Ships, Givers & Takers, Racquet, Susy Sun & The Brosquitos. Julia from Pasadena Walking Tour and Mo from Lyd & Mo Photography guided festival goers on tours of public art installation in the Playhouse District. In spite of the heat, it was a great tour experience to learn about the art in our district as well as composition in photography. We ended our tours at Lyd & Mo Photography flower wall after visiting Pasadena Playhouse, Wings at Pasadena Children Museum, garage at Pasadena Museum of the Arts, and so much more.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Pasadena’s Ten Thousand Villages; photo by Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Time to explore the interactive art at the block. Lots of activities to get your hands dirty. Hand print mural for kids led by the Southern California Children’s Museum. Chalk art mural with Light Bringer Project. Flower making with Pasadena Museum of California’s Art.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Armory Center for the Arts “Collapse Construction” provided shapes and tubes to make your own sculpture to build, collapse and build again. Paint in Virtual Reality at Surrogate Gallery while others see your artwork come to life on screen. Listen to the ‘optical sound’ of kinetic ribbons by Side Street Projects. Other booths included Pasadena Museum of History. Ronin Leather, Tales of a Rugged Doll, Viling designs, and more. And those red chairs! So much fun!

Hope to see you next year! Until then, enjoy these moments captured filled with smiles and great memories.

Lyd & Mo Photography, 72 N. Mentor Place, Pasadena 91106. Ph: 1.626.652.8302. LydAndMo.com.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

Photo credit: Lyd & Mo Photography.

 

 

 




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