Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Art Center’


The Art of Seating

The Art of Seating
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Thus emerged the chair… Though something to sit upon—other than the ground, a tree branch, or a large rock—may be an ancient product going back to ebony and ivory, carved and gilded wood chairs for Egyptian royalty, such as the arm-chair found in a tomb in the Valley of the Kings that may date back […]

Bringing Art to the Streets…at the Crosswalk

Bringing Art to the Streets…at the Crosswalk

Hataya Tubtim’s “influences & favorites” include surrealism, animation, L.A. murals, and Thai paintings and traditional motifs.¹ Currently, Tubtim is a faculty member at Art Center College of Design; she was commissioned to participate in Pasadena District’s crosswalk art program. The program began in 2011 with crosswalk installations titled Moonwalk designed by local artist and designer […]

Fairey, Conal, Maruska, & Bernal: Make a Bid

Fairey, Conal, Maruska, & Bernal:  Make a Bid

Blue by Jorge Bernal is available for a mere $100 opening bid. Lean toward numbers with Checking Account by Margie Schnibbe or opt for the serviceable with Black Tea teapots by Sharon Mann. If positive and negative abstraction holds your attention, look at Joseph Maruska‘s Green Emerald. Enjoy artwork that makes you smile and has […]

Flower Pepper Gallery

Flower Pepper Gallery

Flower Pepper in Old Pasadena is “aggressively looking to stay positioned as this area’s source of art for years to come.” Ambitious goal. Big dream. But to open an art gallery, as well as living the life of an artist, one must dream big. The gallery is also part book store with tomes on art and design, […]

From the Inside Out

From the Inside Out

Stretching the mind and the imagination. Incorporate three different perspectives—the near (things you can touch), the middle (the space that holds you), and the far (the setting you live in)… This encapsulates the idea behind Art Center for Kids’ Architecture from the Inside Out classes taught by Janet Aparicio beginning October 20th. For eight weeks, […]

Art Night 2013

Art Night 2013

Born in Normandy and having spent her childhood years in Limousin and Brittany, artist Valérie Daval now calls Pasadena home. “A unique color and gesture spring from each of us,” she states. Her works can be as large as 9 by 13 feet or as small as 4 by 8 inches, but they all seem to […]

Block9

Block9

There’s a lot of numbers here, but Day One Pasadena is a community-based nonprofit that strives to build “vibrant, healthy cities by advancing public health, empowering youth, and igniting change.” They are celebrating 20 years of Youth Month with Block9. Block9 is a nine day series with free activities and events attempting “to make Pasadena […]

Art + Design Market

Art + Design Market

One hundred percent of all art sale proceeds go directly to the artists. How can you not support that? One Colorado is holding its 9th Art + Design Market featuring works created by students of Pasadena City College and Art Center College of Design. One-of-a-kind photos, paintings, illustrations, ceramics, and handmade apparel and jewelry will […]

No Boundaries with PUSD

No Boundaries with PUSD

A vacant storefront and over 400 pieces of art; it’s the PUSD all-district art exhibit known as No Boundaries. Now in its eighth year, this exhibit showcases the work of students K-12 from every school in the Pasadena Unified School District. The opening reception is Friday, May 3rd and the public is welcome to peruse […]

It’s M/Manifestation

It’s M/Manifestation

The Arts Center is hosting the first-ever west coast exhibition of M/M (Paris). One “M” is Mathias Augustyniak, while the other “M” is Michaël Amzalag. Together, they make up the well-known Paris-based art and design team that began collaborating in 1992. “M/M (Paris) holds a unique position in the international landscape of graphic design. In addition […]

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