Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Paseo Colorado’

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Art Pop-Up: Us Versus THEM

Art Pop-Up: Us Versus THEM
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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 […]

2014 Pasadena Chalk Festival

2014 Pasadena Chalk Festival

The event made their way into the Guinness World Record™ in 2010 as the largest street painting festival in the world. It attracts 600 artists and more than 120,000 folks will view works of art in chalk over Father’s Day weekend, June 14th-15th. Last year, Jem-Arlou Somo created Kissing Couple (right, partial) and won Best in […]

Free Summer Movies

Free Summer Movies

Gru, the girls, and the minions are onscreen—free— in the original Despicable Me at the Paseo Colorado on Wednesday, with complimentary popcorn and Coldstone offering root beer floats. Seating is first come first serve and the screening starts at 8 p.m. If you present a same-day receipt from a restaurant located in the Paseo, you […]

Chalk Fest

Chalk Fest

Renditions of masterpieces, abstract compositions, portraiture, movie images, 3D effects, and animation can be found, seen, enjoyed, and admired at Pasadena’s Chalk Festival this weekend, June 15th-16th, at Paseo Colorado. Five hundred artists from all over Southern California will create 200 murals in pastel chalk—the pavement as their canvas. Children can make art and have […]

Go Public at Arclight

Go Public at Arclight

May 8, 2012: 50 Filmmakers, 50 subjects, 28 schools, 1 day. Result: GO PUBLIC: A Day in the Life of an American School District. Producers James W. O’Keeffe and Dawn O’Keeffe have been working tirelessly—initially to foster interest in the project, commitment and participation, then pulling together—and coordinating—a massive team of professionals, teachers, administrators, and […]

When Garfield Promenade Was Cabrillo Place

When Garfield Promenade Was Cabrillo Place

Stand at the intersection of Garfield Avenue and East Colorado Boulevard. Now face south looking into the Paseo Colorado toward the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The shopping lane before you, which leads to a sunny plaza and proceeds to an impressively wide Green Street crosswalk, is the Garfield Promenade. In the early 20th century this relatively […]

Sings for Supper: The Blue Plate Special

Sings for Supper: The Blue Plate Special

It’s an interesting combo: jazz and jokes. Performances à la carte hosts an evening of music and comedy on Tuesday, February 5th, featuring singers Carla Jaime Perez and Afton Hefley, plus vibes man Nick Mancini and comedian Nick Omana. “A blue plate special is generally comfort food,” says Perez. “Perfect for tougher, more challenging times like […]

Pasadena Art Weekend: It’s That Time

Pasadena Art Weekend: It’s That Time

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday are going to be very, very busy. It’s the 7th Annual Pasadena ArtWeekend. 1. ArtNight will have a “kinetic evening of mini-modern dance works” by the Pennington Dance Group, the debut of PAGES! that celebrates the art of the book at the Art Center, and creating art through physics in honor of the […]

A Cocktail Finale

A Cocktail Finale

It’s been a long, grueling 6 weeks. Competition has been fierce. Cocktails have been concocted and paired against one another. Seemingly harmless margaritas and sangrias have gone head-to-head. Now, it all comes down to… the live taste-off. Of course, we’re talking about Pasadena’s inaugural SIP-tember: a Celebration of the Cocktail. Sixty-four cocktails entered the arena […]

ArtVenture: Free Events for Kids

ArtVenture: Free Events for Kids

For the remaining 3 Wednesdays of August, Paseo Colorado is hosting Summer ArtVenture with arts, crafts and music. This Wednesday, August 15th, 2-4 p.m. the Pacific Asia Museum will have a story time, “lion dance” masks to try on, and they will bring all the materials so kids can design a kimono and make dragon […]

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