Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘The Gamble House’


The Gamble House Re-Imagined

The Gamble House Re-Imagined
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It’s being called a 17-day artist intervention. In actuality, it’s the Gamble House collaborating with the Pasadena Arts Council and Machine Project of Los Angeles to re-imagine the “quintessential Pasadena landmark” during the two-weeks of AxS Festival, which this year has the theme “curiosity.” Machine Project founder and artistic director Mark Allen has organized—or let […]

Upstairs Downstairs at the Gamble House

Upstairs Downstairs at the Gamble House

With the Gamble House being only two stories, this doesn’t feel like a traditional upstairs/downstairs situation. The servants weren’t tucked away, never to be thought of or considered. Yes, most often Mary Gamble only used first names in her diary, so historians aren’t able to place all those in their service, but some were regarded […]

Gamble House: Upstairs-Downstairs

Gamble House: Upstairs-Downstairs

Being “in service.” In other words, allowing the wealthy to live and thrive, be gay and socialize, while others toil. Over the millennia and in every corner of the world, men, women, and children have been enslaved, indentured, or in the employ of others—”in service” to those who couldn’t, wouldn’t, or can’t imagine themselves washing […]

Celtic Roots at Gamble House

Celtic Roots at Gamble House

The Gamble House is celebrating the Celtic roots of the Gamble family and everyone is invited. The afternoon celebration will be held at the famous Greene & Greene house and—along with tours of the Gamble House—will have entertainment provided by Celtic violinist Jamie Laval, the Pasadena Scottish Pipes & Drums that have played in Glasgow, Erin […]

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