Visual Arts
Pasadena Museum of History Opens Phase II of Something Revealed

Ruth A. Lindsay (1888-1982), Untitled, Mexican Street Scene, n.d. Hailed as one of “32 Most Inspiring Museum Exhibitions to See Across the U.S.” by artnet news, Something Revealed; California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960 at the Pasadena Museum of History is one of the most celebrated fine art exhibitions in the nation. Now open following a partial re-installation, Phase II of this landmark exhibition curated by…

Next BoldPas, “A Day of Art & Play in Old Pasadena,” Will Be June 8

Save the date! Old Pasadena Management District announces the third annual BoldPas: A Day of Art & Play in Old Pasadena, scheduled for Saturday, June 8, 2019 in the commercial and historic heart of Pasadena,…

ArtCenter Displays the Future of Design Itself in Fall 2018 Art Center Grad Show

There are college commencement ceremonies and then there is the Art Center Grad Show in Pasadena. ArtCenter College of Design’s show kicks off today in a private reception and continues Saturday with a public one,…

ArtCenter Offers Courses Online; Rosemarie Piccioni Named First-Ever Associate Provost of Online Education

After a comprehensive search, ArtCenter College of Design has named Rosemarie Piccioni as its first-ever associate provost of online education. Photo credit: © ArtCenter College of Design/Juan Posada. ArtCenter College of Design Provost Karen Hofmann…

Thanksgiving Means Bunnies, Too, at Local Bunny Museum

Reasons to visit Altadena’s Bunny Museum on Thanksgiving Day are multiplying like, well, rabbits, to hear co-curator Candice Frazee tell it. The Museum’s traditional Thanksgiving Day opening this year gives Frazee and co-curator (and husband)…

Visual Arts Events

Friday, January 25 - 11:00 am Sand Mandala

Wednesday, February 13 - 10:00 am Art Lecture Series: The Art of Early America

Wednesday, February 20 - 10:00 am Art Lecture Series: The Art of Early America

Saturday, January 26

Behold the Creation of a Sand Mandala by Tibetan Monks

Beginning on Sunday, January 20, and continuing through Saturday, January 26, the USC Pacific Asia Museum hosts Tibetan monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery while…

Sunday, January 27

New Exhibition at the En Gallery Features Chinese Brush Paintings

Koi and Pink Water. Photo courtesy Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden For the first exhibition of 2019, En Gallery at the Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden will…

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Project Blue Boy Set to Open This Weekend in The Huntington Art Gallery

The exhibition “Project Blue Boy” will open at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens on Sept. 22, 2018, offering visitors a glimpse into the technical processes of a senior conservator working on the famous painting as well as background on its history, mysteries, and artistic virtues. One of the most iconic paintings in British and American history, The Blue Boy, made around 1770 by English painter Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788), is undergoing its first major conservation treatment. Home to the work since its acquisition by founder Henry E. Huntington in 1921, The Huntington will conduct some of the project…

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