Red Hen Press Hosts Leadership Pasadena’s Art Session on Literary Arts

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Photography by IRINA LOGRA

5:51 am | March 15, 2018


Leadership Pasadena’s Art Session on Literary Arts

Leadership Pasadena enjoyed use of the new Red Hen Press home on Lincoln Blvd. for the Arts Session on March 3, 2018.

“Mark Cull and Kate Gale generously allowed us to use Red Hen’s new facilities for our Arts Session. Their performing arts space was perfect for our improve exercises and for our panel of local remarkable authors,” according to Cindy Bengtson, Executive Director of Leadership Pasadena.

Led by LP Alums and Light Bringer Project leaders Tom Coston and Patty Hurley, the class was taught by Tiffany Owens, Chair of Pasadena’s Arts and Culture Commission and professional trainer in arts education; Adolfo Guzman-Lopez of KPCC 89.3 FM radio and author; Angelina Coppola, rising star in the literary world; Jervey Tarvalon award-winning, bestselling author of 5 books; and Jessica Schulman Edelstien, a Registered Art Therapist, License Marriage & Therapist and Certified Dementia Practioner.

The class focused on the origins of creativity; interactive storytelling, and the importance of literature for life programs.

Leadership Pasadena taps agile learners and emergent leaders to help them make the Pasadena area an even better place to live, work, and play. With its many civic, non-profit, and community organizations and Pasadena’s diverse communities, there is a great need for empowered and influential community leaders to address the challenges of Pasadena with respect, determination, and results. Leadership Pasadena creates these leaders through a year-long program designed to help them learn, grow, and lead. For more information, visit leadershippasadena.org.