No Boundaries 7 PUSD Student Art Exhibit Opens May 4

No Boundaries 7, the seventh annual exhibit of art by students of the Pasadena Unified SchoolDistrict (PUSD), opens with a gala reception Friday, May 4 at 6 p.m. Hosted at the Shops on SouthLakeAvenuein Pasadena, the exhibit featuresmore than 400 pieces of two and three-dimensional art representing grades K-12 from every schoolin the district. The exhibit’s title of No Boundaries alludes to the unlimited creative potential of students in the district, which serves Altadena, Pasadena and Sierra Madre.

“Mounting a professionally installed exhibit of student art in a space provided by Pasadena’s business community sends a strong message to our students that our community believes intheir potential and expects them to achieve at high levels,” said Superintendent Jon R. Gundry, whowill speak at the opening reception. “Events such as No Boundaries are a hallmark of a high performing school system with high expectations for its students.”

The opening reception on Friday, May 4 from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.will feature live band, choral and dance performances by PUSD students. Outstanding student artists will receive art study scholarships for programs at The Armory Center for the Arts and the Art Center College of Design. The Pasadena Arts Commission will select 60 art pieces from No Boundaries 7 for display in the Pasadena City Hall’s ongoing Bridging Boundaries exhibition.

Vornado Realty Trust and the SouthLake Business Association are providing the space for the exhibit at 455 S. Lake Ave. #102 (the former Coldwater Creek store). The exhibition will run May 4 -20 and will be open Monday-Friday 3 p.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday 1 p.m.- 4 p.m. Admission is free and ample free parking is available.

For more information visit or contact the PUSD Arts Education office at (626) 396-3600, ext 88129.


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