Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Light Bringer Project’


Scenes from LitFest Pasadena 2017

Scenes from LitFest Pasadena 2017

Unsurprisingly, Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic Jonathan Gold packed the courtyard, standing room only. He’s a soft-spoken, engaging speaker with an unexpectedly dry humor and, as expected, a great storyteller. He’s always been a big draw at LitFest Pasadena. At LitFest 2017 held on May 20 and 21, all the panel subjects, speakers, readers, and poets […]

The Art in the Street… and of Getting There

The Art in the Street… and of Getting There

Two new exhibitions at Pasadena Museum of History take a look at art from different perspectives. Art in the Street: 25 Years of the Pasadena Chalk Festival celebrates the silver anniversary of one of the area’s most popular art attractions. The Art of Getting There: Railroad Inspired Artistry explores how railroads, the apex of the […]

24th Annual Pasadena Chalk Festival

24th Annual Pasadena Chalk Festival

Over 600 artists take to chalk to create over 200 chalk festivals at the annual Pasadena Chalk Festival. The art of street painting is centuries old. In fact, it goes back to the 16th century when soldiers returning from battle gave homage to the Madonna in front of local churches. Consequently, the name Madonnari or […]

Rotary Club Pasadena Awarding Tens of Thousands of Dollars to 21 Community Organizations

Rotary Club Pasadena Awarding Tens of Thousands of Dollars to 21 Community Organizations

Well, thank you Pasadena professionals and businesses! The Pasadena Rotary Club is holding its annual community grants award luncheon on April 27, and twenty-one local organizations shall benefit, receiving monetary awards totaling $38,500. Recipients include Light Bringer Project (congratulations, Tom and Paddy!), American Legion Post 13; Pacific Clinics, Learning Works Charter School, A Noise Within, L. A. […]

Lottery Loteria

Lottery Loteria

The Pasadena Playhouse’s Mi Historia, Mi Manera invites you to come for a brand new community-devised and site-specific Forum Play entitled Lottery Loteria created by Pasadena District 5 Community Members and performed at a neighborhood block party on Saturday, February 27th, 2016. The day long block party will take place between 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 […]

2015 Chalk Festival

2015 Chalk Festival

Signature works, original ideas, social statements, classic characters, and famous personalities—all may be enjoyed as one strolls the 23rd Annual Pasadena Chalk Festival, June 20th-21st. Over 600 artists will draw and 25,000 sticks of pastel chalk will be used to create murals on concrete areas spanning three city blocks at Paseo Colorado, stretching over Green […]

Among the Missing: David Pritchard

Among the Missing: David Pritchard

He began as a jazz/rock guy touring Europe with the Gary Burton Quartet in 1969. Through the decades and over many “albums,” Pasadena native David Pritchard has evolved and refined his talent. According to a review in Textura, Pritchard shifted to a “more classically influenced acoustic style” that was then “splendidly documented on Among the […]

Will You Doo Dah?

Will You Doo Dah?

Irreverent frolicking. Peace, love, and pranksters. These are the elements forecast and embraced for the 37th Occasional Doo Dah Parade on November 15th in East Pasadena. Along with the veterans like Moveable Feast with their fresh food, dressed-to-the-nines dinner party atop wheels, Toaster Car, Nordic Men and Viking Ship, Code Blue DeFibs, Drunk in 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 […]

Chalkland for Kids

Chalkland for Kids

It’s time once again to experience Pasadena’s world recording holding Chalk Festival, and this year kids may express their creative side in Kid’s Chalkland, where they may also make Father’s Day cards for dad (which is Sunday, June 15th, in case this “holiday” is relevant to your life and the date slipped your mind, as it does […]

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