Visual Arts
Sant Khalsa’s Artist–in-Residence Week at Pasadena City College

East Highland, CA. Photo courtesy Sant Khalsa Self Portrait (Lucky Day), 1972. Photo courtesy Sant Khalsa Pasadena area residents can interact with Pasadena City College artist-in-residence Sant Khalsa and view her works at the PCC Art Gallery on the week from February 22 to 26, 2016. Sant Khalsa is an artist, educator and curator living in Southern California. Her artworks and curatorial projects develop from…

National Parks The Focus of Consecutive Exhibitions, Commemorate Centennial

Thomas Moran, “Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone,” chromolithographic reproduction of a watercolor sketch, as published in Ferdinand V. Hayden, The Yellowstone National Park, and the mountain regions of portions of Idaho, Nevada, Colorado and Utah.…

Renowned LA Artists Rally in Pasadena to Support LACHSA Visual Arts Students

Incidents of Safari by artist Pablo Christi A roster of 50-plus Los Angeles artists, names that epitomize the city’s electrified art scene, have rallied in support of the Los Angeles County High School for the…

Gallery Opening: Visual Hunter Documents Walls as Witnesses

Bill Wishner The Curatorial Assistance Gallery in Old Pasadena has opened “The Art of the City Wall: Mixed Message,” featuring the work of photographer and longtime local resident, Bill Wishner, which uses photography as a…

Fabulous Women’s Fashions Through the Decades On Display

Clothing is a necessity of life. From intricate dresses to utilitarian jeans, our fashion history tells a story about who we are. The Pasadena Museum of History’s runway-worthy take on women’s changing fashions begins in…

Visual Arts Events

Saturday, March 19 - 1:00 pm Tour: Duchamp to Pop

Sunday, March 20 - 2:00 pm Exhibition Walkthrough: William S. Rice

Saturday, March 26 - 1:00 pm Tour: Titans of British Sculpture: Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth

Sunday, February 21

South Pasadena Winter Arts Crawl

The Arts Crawl is back! Many Arts Crawl galleries and businesses are located on Mission Street, with others on Fremont Avenue, Fair Oaks and Meridian…

Sunday, February 21

Lanterman Historical Museum Foundation to Unveil Historic Trails: The Equestrian History of the Crescenta/Canada Valley

The Lanterman Historical Museum Foundation will unveil its new special exhibition on February 21, 2016 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Entitled Historic Trails: The Equestrian…

Saturday, March 05

Michael Gross and John Savage Headline Film, “Last Call at Murray’s, Premiering at the Pasadena International Film Festival

Michael Gross, a local resident and favorite of the Pasadena International Film Festival, once again finds his work screening at the March 2016 festival on…

Tuesday, March 22

Kristin Bedford: Be Still

Be Still, a one-person exhibition of photographs by Los Angeles-based artist Kristin Bedford, is presented by the Brehm Center at Fuller Theological Seminary.  An opening…

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Unprecedented Collaboration for Multi-media Installation “Kat Hutter and Roger Lee: Another California Day”

Kat Hutter and Roger Lee, Study for Another California Day, 2015. Courtesy of the Artists. Photo © JUCO Kat Hutter and Roger Lee, Studies for Another California Day, 2015. Courtesy of the Artists. Photo © JUCO The Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) is proud to present Kat Hutter and Roger Lee: Another California Day, a mixed-media installation created for the PMCA’s Project Room, by painter Kat Hutter and ceramicist Roger Lee. On view April 17, 2016-September 11, 2016. Inspired by the rugged, scenic beauty of the state, the artists present a deconstructed and abstracted vision of the quintessential California landscape.…

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