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Free/For All at ArtNight

Free/For All at ArtNight
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Muse/Ique is having a free-for-all, but it shouldn’t come to blows. Street sounds of classical, Latin, and pop fusion collide for a dance party with QUATTRO and soul singer/songwriter Chris Pierce. Family audiences and urban revelers alike are invited to dance, groove, and enjoy food and drinks on the bustling grounds of the Civic Center […]

Scenes of the Region

Scenes of the Region

This isn’t a “proper” history article. Rather we’re advocating an event that illustrates representations of our immediate, current world, which are recordings for history. The Pasadena Museum of History invited hundreds of representational artists to create works “featuring scenes of the greater San Gabriel Valley.” The creative results of this invitation may be viewed at the […]

Luminosity at Day One

Luminosity at Day One

Light Bringer Project, which brings us the stunningly beautiful Chalk Festival and the blast-of-a-good-time Doo Dah Parade, also has its hand in a dozen other projects that focus on helping kids find, learn, explore, and express their artistic vision. At this year’s ArtNight Pasadena, Light Bringer Project presents “Luminosity” at Day One. This event is being […]

Telling Images by Debbi Swanson Patrick

Telling Images by Debbi Swanson Patrick

After studying, practicing, playing with, and exploring photography, writing, theatre, advertising, and philanthropy, Debbi Swanson Patrick realized she wanted to tell visual stories. The time came to accept the shy suitors lurking in the shadows, to claim them in my heart and in the light. (Telling Images) The light that Swanson Patrick mentions comes in […]

Art & Soul

Art & Soul

Musical groups, art on display and for sale, a hot dog bar, and soda pop tasting are all on the program at Friends in Deed’s fall event during ArtWalk. Also included is a silent auction (3:30-4:30 p.m.) that includes collectibles and what they’re calling “Christmas Disneyana.” The afternoon will also have Klezmer Klarinets and G&G Jazz. […]

ArtNight 2014

ArtNight 2014

A Room to Create or ARC Pasadena will feature the Pennington Dance Group, Katerina Tomas & Mojacar Flamenco, and Michelle Shear & Dancers, just to name a few at this Friday’s ArtNight in Pasadena, which offers a variety of art exhibits, musical and dance performances, and hands-on, interactive activities. All for free. ARC Pasadena, 1158 […]

Art Pop-Up: Us Versus THEM

Art Pop-Up: Us Versus THEM

Humans have always functioned in groups, sharing common cultural identifiers such as language, rituals and belief systems, creating united ‘Us’ groups. Cohesive groups can be a collective force for positive social change but can also lead to lemming-like social destruction. THEM is a pop-up group exhibition curated by artist Holly Boruck, which opens with a reception […]

Stomp Rockets, Monster Mug Shots & Bubble Artists

Stomp Rockets, Monster Mug Shots & Bubble Artists

Partnering with the citywide AxS Festival that runs through October 5th, Kidspace is working the “curiosity” theme by inviting kids “to investigate Newton’s third law with stomp rockets, experiment with paper airplanes, and explore the principles of flight with kite creation. Tuesday, October 7th, is Family Night: Explore legends and myths of different cultures with constellation […]

Pasadena ArtNight: Finding Walter

Pasadena ArtNight: Finding Walter

Walter Askin invites us into his home, into his gallery, into his workspace with the gentlest of smiles, voice, and…essence? His movements aren’t slow, they’re just relaxed in a measured way, a bit like how he speaks. And he speaks a lot. His voice soothing, his humor slid in like a secret note being passed […]

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 […]

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