Visual Arts
LA Premiere of “The Byrd Who Flew Alone,” Music by Carla Olson and David Plenn

GeneClark (Byrds) @ Wally Heider's - Oct 30 1972. Photo courtesy South Pasadena Library A free public screening of “The Byrd Who Flew Alone: The Triumphs and Tragedy of Gene Clark,” will be presented in the South Pasadena Public Library Community Room on Thursday, September 18. It will be the Los Angeles premiere for the much-praised 2013 documentary about the life and work of the…

Signs of Life Opens at Descanso Gardens

Ezekial Tending to the Garden of Dry Bones by Laura Lasworth. Courtesy of the artist and Lora Schlesinger Gallery Signs of Life, an art exhibition that explores the theme of water as the source of…

Claire Keith: Paintings

Claire Keith, Where or When, 2011, oil on canvas, 18" x 18". Photo courtesy Offramp Gallery Offramp Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition, Claire Keith: Paintings, from September 14 – October 12, 2014.…

Dust, Drought and Dreams Gone Dry

Courtesy of the Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division Pasadena Public Library will host “Dust, Drought, and Dreams Gone Dry,” a national traveling exhibition about the Dust Bowl, the disastrous drought and dust storms…

Side Street Public Art Project with Artist Liz Goetz: Lab’Ises, Amaranto Amaranth

Side Street Project is pleased to announce a visit from Rosalia Asig director, Maria Magdalena co-founder, Cristobal Osorio Sanchez co-founder and Maria Aurelia Xitumul members of Qachuu Aloom Farmer’s Association, a local Maya-run organization from…

Visual Arts Events

Saturday, September 06 - 6:00 pm Opening Reception: Nancy Romero 'High Spirits'

Saturday, September 20 - 7:00 pm Opening Reception: Real Hero -Tin Man

Saturday, September 27 - 9:30 am Art on Palm, Fall 2014

Saturday, August 30

Learn How to Make Sheets of Paper at Colonnade’s Art Workshop

Everyone knows that paper comes from trees, but not many are aware of the process it involves. The Colonnade Art Gallery and Studio will highlight…

Sunday, August 31

The Burgess Collection and Laurie Hendricks Gallery Presents Colors of Summer 2

Colors of Summer by Jose L. De Juan 16x20 The Burgess Collection and Laurie Hendricks Gallery present their first group show: Colors of Summer 2…

Friday, September 05

Animated Film “Chicken Run” to be Shown at One Colorado Courtyard

One Colorado Courtyard will hold a free screening of  the 2000 British stop-motion animated comedy film “Chicken Run” as part of its Fridays Fun Family…

Saturday, September 06

Pasadena Library Presents “Dust Bowl,” a Documentary About the Great Depression

“The Dust Bowl,” a 2012 documentary film on an ecological crisis during the 1930s Great Depression, will be screened for free at the Pasadena Central…

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4,000-Year-Old Collections On View at USC Asia Museum Tour

Explore USC Pacific Asia Museum’s 15,000 pieces of collections spanning more than 4,000 years during a docent-led tour on Saturday, August 16, at 1:00 p.m. The docents will highlight some of the museum’s best collections from Persia to the Pacific Islands , and showcase galleries which include the Art of Pacific Asia, Japanese, Snukal Ceramics, Journeys: The Silk Road, South and Southeast Asian, Himalayan and Korean. Those who cannot attend Saturday’s tour can form a group of 10 to reserve a docent-led tour with advance notice of at least four weeks. Visitors can also enjoy docent-led tours without being part…

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